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Fertilization Takes Place In The Fallopian Tubes
Other places too: Normal pregnancies start with conception in fallopian tube. Then the embryo develops over a few days to mature enough to stick to the endometrium in the uterine cavity. If mature enough then it will attach and grow. If fertilization occured in the uterine cavity, then the embryo would fall out of the uterus. Ivf allows for outside fertilization. Fertilization outside tube yields ectopic pregnancy. ...Read more
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
Can you harvest my eggs for fertilization after menapause? Had hysterectomy (2001) but only had uterus removed. Still have fallopian tubes. Would like to have a baby. I am 58 years old. My daughter has volunteer to be surrogate.
I : I am sorry to cause dissappointment. By age 58 years old it is very unlikely that the eggs in your ovaries are viable. They age, just as we do. The eggs would likely not be healthy any longer. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
I am 36 and i found out i wasn't ovulating once i came offbirth control. Does the cilia in the fallopian tubes work normally again, once you quit smoking? If so, how long does it take. I have been trying to concieve for 1 1/2 years. I had 2 kids in the pa
Excellent : Excellent answer above. We do know that all of the negative reproductive effects of smoking are reversible except for the damage to the ovary that leads to diminished ovarian reserve as discussed above. Most infertility specialists want a minimum of three months of cessation of smoking before proceeding with treatments. It is unlikely that the negative effects of smoking on the fallopian tubes would persist past 12 months. There can be permanent damage to a fallopian tube after an ectopic pregnancy resolves either spontaneously or from medical or conservative surgical treatment. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
It depends: A hydrosalpinx occurs when the tubes are filled with fluid. This usually results from an infection such as PID which can be chronic. There are other situations where a hydrosalpinx can result. Hooweverm the treatment is usually surgical probably along with ab's. This can cause blocked tubes and result in future infertility as well as an ectopic (tubal) pregnancy ...Read more
How long it take for fallopian tubes to heal or possibly grow back (recanalize) after a pomeroy tl? what type of suture is used during tl?
I don't know: One thing is true after a pomeroy prcedure it is possible that sperm can find there way across the cut segment or that the tubes will grow back. It is the number 1 procedure for sterilization but not fool proof ...Read more
Can castor oil packs really aid in opening blocked fallopian tubes? If so, how long would it take? Is there anything else one needs to take with it?
How long does it take for sperm to get to the fallopian tubes after intercourse during my fertile days am trying for a baby?
Here are some ...: It has been known that sperms usually live 3-5 days after ejaculation. How soon do they reach Fallopian tubes? Clinically, no definite study could be designed for addressing the issue with low clinical pertinence in real life. So, one may assume the sperms may reach there in 1-3 days. To verify pregnancy, do HPT soon after missing the expected period; if (-) & in doubt, repeat it in 1 wk. ... ...Read more
Since uterus & fallopian tubes were swollen after myomectomy & dye didn't pass threw how long will it take for swelling to go down so I can start ttc?
Two months: I would give it two months to let all of the healing finish before you start trying. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
When ovaries and uterus are removed surgically, do they also take out the fallopian tubes and lymph nodes and could that cause abdominal lymphadema?
Sounds like: You had a total hysterectomy, so yes, tubes are removed. If you had this operation for cancer, lymph nodes were probably removed also. But this would probably not cause lymphedema. Consult your gyn for specific recommendations. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Varies: Can be very early or take a long while. Some women get terrible damage, some get none. But the longer you're infected the more chance to cause problems, so treat early. ...Read more
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