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Can Your Tubes Come A Loose Naturally
Aka oviduct, uterine tube, or salpinx. It is basically a small tube connecting between the ovary and the uterus. This tube carries the eggs from the ovary area to the unterus. This is the tube that is cut/tied-up/or burned in women having the tuboligation procedure for permanent birth control purpose. Have ...Read more
Does getting your tubes tied cause you to gain more weight or make it harder to loose your baby weight?
No: If it's a true blockage, there is no natural fix. ...Read more
No: If the tubes are blocked there is nothing you can take by mouth that would change that. This would require some type of surgical procedure to unblock the tubes. ...Read more
If your body naturally blocks a Fallopian tube and a hsg proves nothing is getting through, can it naturally unblock itself?
Rarely.: The HSG procedure can in some cases open one or both Fallopian tubes. This is a temporary effect. Also a small catheter and guidewire can be used to clear out the Fallopian tubes. This can be arranged through an Interventional Radiologist or a Fertility Gyn. The test will be scheduled according to your cycle and you will get antibiotics. Check out sirweb. Org for procedure info and Dr finder. ...Read more
One tube: If its only one it essentially reduces your pregnancy rates by half, since ovulation generally alternates between the ovaries, however the egg can cross sides but not often. If the obstruction is a "hydrosalpinx" or fluid filled tube then the chances are much lower than that due to the embryotoxicity of the fluid in the tube and needs surgical attention. ...Read more
With low sperm count And left side of the fallopian tube blocked can you still conceive naturally?
But you are starting with "two strikes" against you. See what can be done to correct at least one of these problems!
Hope this helps and Good Luck!
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My right fallopian tube is diagnosed turboperitoneal adhesion with partial blockage of tube. Left one is normal. Can I conceive naturally? I'm 32.
Yes, but: With a blocked fallopian tube you have a higher risk of conceiving an ectopic pregnancy. You should try to conceive naturally, but be aware of this risk, and your doctor can check your hormone levels early in pregnancy to see if your pregnancy is developing in t he uterus or in the fallopian tube. ...Read more
Robotic lap hyst w/bil ovary &Fallopian tube & cervix removal. How soon can I start a calorie restricting diet to loose weight?
Tubes losse: I hate to second guess what you mean by 'tubes come a losse.' maybe you can ask this question differently. ...Read more
Never: They should not come untied although no method is ever 100% for life. ...Read more
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Pregnancy: Having tubal sterilization is not like tying your laces where they can be "untied". Tubal sterilization usually is performed by damaging a portion of the tube with electrocoagulation, placement of clip/ring, or removal of portion of the tube. When treatement failure occurs (~2% over 10-year period), it usually occurs as fistulas or small openings occur, not because the preocedure is reversed. ...Read more
Nope!: I assume you're asking if your tubal ligation (permanent birth control) can be reversed or undone during great sex. The answer is no, so go enjoy sex as much as you want, vigorous or otherwise. On the other hand, there is a known failure rate for tubal ligation, like any procedure, so while you can't "untie" your tubes, you can still get pregnant at 2-10 per 1, 000 women (http://goo. Gl/0r6s0w). ...Read more
Usually none.: Tubal ligation for sterilization is a very common procedure and typically has no long-term effects. Sterilization is permanent and many options exist to perform the procedure. Tubal ligation does not affect ovarian hormone production or affect menstrual cycles or sex-drive. A gynecologist can review options with you. ...Read more
Yes, not untied...: A big misconception with patients is that tubes are simply "untied". The procedure actually cuts out the scarred or blocked portion, the remaining edges are microsurgically connected & a good success rate is only > 70%. You need at least 3 cm of viable tube to work with and remember, any future pregnancies have to be seen early d/t ectopic risks (tubal pregnancies). Take good care of yourself. ...Read more
Reversal? See answer: A reversal of a previous Tubal is extremely rare to actually work, as the Original tubal is designed to Prevent pregnancy and if done correctly, leaves a minimal chance of a reversal procedure possibly working, so there is not a guarantee it would be successful. Discuss with your Dr. IVF is certainly more likely to work but is costly. Your insurance carrier may play a role in the decision too. ...Read more
Unintended pregnancy: Rationale for tying tubes (bilateral tubal ligation) is desired infertility aka permanent contraception. Depending upon research/study, tubes become untied approximately 2-10/1000 women (http://sogc. Org/publications/tubal-ligation-female-surgical-sterilization/). You could ask for hysterosalpingogram to prove continued ligation (more commonly performed during infertility evaluation). Or get preggo ...Read more
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