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Could Tubal Blockage Lead To Hypothyroid
Yes: During pregnancy there may be significant alteration of function in your digestive tract. For those who have a familial tendency for gallbladder disease or development of stones, decreased mobility/increased stasis or slowing of your gallbladder function will often cause symptoms to appear for the first time. However, pregnancy itself does not alone cause gallbladder disease. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Besides impeding ovulation, what other fertility issues can hypo and/or hyperthyroidism cause, if any?
Microvascular Dysfun: Yes. It is one of the cause. There are other causes too. ...Read more
Usually yes: A majority of tubal ligations can be reversed. If the tube is completely remove this obviously cannot be reversed. Occasionally parts of the fallopian tube will be buried within the back of the uterus and this cannot be repaired. Also if the tube is burnt in three separate places this doesn't allow enough to be repaired. Always seek reversal by experienced micro surgeons such as reproductive endocrinologist. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
No medical evidence: To suggest that soy intake will lead to bowel obstruction (that I am aware of), which is usually caused by adhesions from previous surgery or infection, tumors, or inflammatory bowel disease. It is conceivable that, if you have a partial or intermittent obstruction, high fiber food will aggravate this condition. ...Read more
Not very: While fallopian tube repair after sterilization can have a high success rate in some cases, success rates are much lower if the tubes are blocked as a result of infection - so much so that most if not all infertility physicians would reccomend ivf rather than trying to repair them. ...Read more
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