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Getting Pregnant After Unblocking Fallopian Tubes
When your due date arrives, you will be more than ready to have your baby! Most women deliver the baby somewhere between 37 and 42 weeks. According to the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, only 5% of babies arrive on the exact due date. Approximately 7% of babies are not delivered by 42 weeks, and when that happens, it is referred to ...Read more
I am almost 45 with only 1 ovary and fallopian tube. What are my chances of getting pregnant naturally?
Fair/ partly cloudy: The conception forecast in your "neighborhood" of one tube and one ovary is " fair to partly cloudy". It isn't the reproductive structures that make it difficult at this time, but infrequent ovulation at your present age of 45. "Cloud seeding" (ovulation induction) might have worked 3 years ago (IUI or IVF), but most programs stop taking patients for that purpose past age 43. ...Read more
Percentage of getting pregnant with only one Fallopian tube left after an ectopic if everything else is perfect.?
My wife only have one of fallopian tube what are chances to still getting pregnant (6 month ago she was in operation because baby was outside egg?
Good: It only takes one tube to get pregnant so her chances are still good as long as her remaining tube is normal and is open. ...Read more
I've had a fallopian tube removed due to an eptopic pregnancy. Will I still ovulate every month and what are my chances of getting pregnant?
Regular Ovulation: Removing a fallopian tube due to an ectopic pregnancy will not change the way you will ovulate. The other fallopian tube may be affected though by the same entity that caused the original ectopic pregnancy. If there is scar tissue present then the chances of conception is reduced. ...Read more
How soon after a double laparoscopic Fallopian tube removal can you have sex? And is there any chance of getting pregnant?
You may have sex when you feel like it.
If both tubes were blocked completely, there is no chance of pregnancy.
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Practice safe sex, if you have sex.
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What are my chances getting pregnant with taking antibiotic since I have an inflamed fallopian tube? I really don't want to do the ivf.
Time to stop: You have been given many free and accurate answers to this question. It is rude to ignore such kind service and to keep asking the same question over and over. It is time to move on. ...Read more
47 years old with one ovary and fallopian tube. Fairly normal periods, do I need to worry about getting pregnant? What are the chances?
Had a etopic pregnancy in 2013, with my ex partner. They removed my right fallopian tube and ovary during my surgery. Why am I not getting pregnant>?
Many reasons possibl: Well, for one, you only have half the chance of getting pregnant with only one remaining tube and ovary. Many times an ectopic is caused by other diseases in the tube which cause blockage or scarring. Your new partner may also have a problem with his sperm. The best test for you is a hysterosalpingogram and for him is a semen analysis ...Read more
I have only left ovary & on the start of left fallopian tube there is 1cm fibroid. I am not getting pregnant though iam ovulating on clomid (clomiphene).Plz advice?
Can I get pregnat after having fallopian tubes removed? Is removing the tubes 100% effective of birth control.
I have mild and minimal peritoneal spills in my fallopian tubes. Is that difficult to become pregnent in this condition? Is that spills removes easily?
Your tubes are open: Spillage of contrast material or of colorful dye like methylene blue from your Fallopian tubes into your peritoneal cavity is a sign that your tubes are open and therefore that fertilization/pregnancy is possible. The amount of spillage can be quite variable and depends on the skills of the clinician, the presence or absence of tubal spasms, the health and anatomy of the tubes etc... ...Read more
No, if tubes absent: There needs to be a way for the sperm to get to the egg, and typically that's through the fallopian tubes. If the tubes have been surgically removed, this not possible. If they've been"tied" (typically cauterized/burned, which results in scarring) as with sterilization, there is a small chance an opening can develop, with risk of pregnancy that can be a normal pregnancy, or abnormal in the tube. ...Read more
What to do if I had one of my fallopian tubes removed a year ago due to hydrosalpinx. Will I have problems getting pregnant?
I have had both Fallopian tubes removed is it possible of getting pregnant on my own with out Ivf?
Yes: Not only can it affect fertility, it also increases your chances of an ectopic pregnancy. Make sure your tubes are assessed, if scarred tubes are a problem or if having trouble conceiving, strongly consider in-vitro (ivf) or see an rei specialist for evaluation. Good luck & I hope it works out well for you. ...Read more
Hi I have avascular cystic lesion consistent with an endometrioma this will require surgery, laparoscopy with possible laparotomy to tackle this and the patency of the fallopian tubes to be checked at the same time. Do I avoid getting pregnant until it
Hi I have avascular cystic lesion consistent with an endometrioma this will require surgery, laparoscopy with possible laparotomy to tackle this and the patency of the fallopian tubes to be checked at the same time, do I avoid getting pregnant until rem
Yes: Yes you should, because if you did get pregnant any surgical intervention had to be postponed until you deliver the baby. Not knowing if the cyst is benign or malignant the wailight not be on your side. It really depends on your priority, which is more important to you, getting pregnant or knowing the nature of the cyst and to get rid of it by surgery.discuss your options with your GYN ...Read more
both Fallopian tubes removed, w/ hx of endo. I take bc pills to keep cycles reg. Currently on Levaquin for sinus infection. Fear getting pregnant??
No risk, no worry: If your tubes indeed have been removed, you are infertile and pregnancy is impossible. Your bc pills are having no effect on your chance of pregnancy and the antibiotic will make no difference either. (Anyway, antibiotic interference with hormonal contraception is greatly exaggerated. It's not quite an urban myth, but it is a very rare problem if it occurs at all.) ...Read more
Right fallopian tube is blocked and my gyne advised for a laparoscopy done to try to unblock it. Is this the only option for me to get pregnant?
Absolutely!: If there is a modality to unblock a fallopian tube it is only invasively. I assume that condition exists only on one side, yet of course two open tubes is better than only one. Of course the in virgo fertilization is an option if you fail to get pregnant normal way. ...Read more
How if I get the surgery done to unblock my tubes what are my chances are for me getting pregnant after?
If someone had PID in the past && they're fallopian tubes could be black or damage could they still use HSG to unblock them?
I only have one fallopian tube and had surgery to unblock my remaining tube. My hubby slightly more abnormal sperm than average, what are our chances?
Unpredictable: If one of your fallopian tube is functional, it takes only one spermatozoid to succeed, keep trying. Your chances may be slightly lower then general population, but it should not change the goal. ...Read more
Unlikely: If you know your fallopian tubes are blocked -probably from a dye/radiology procedure - that is a bad sign. This can be from many different causes, but I am not aware of a way to unblock them. Under the microscope, on cross section, the fallopian tubes look like a maze game (very convoluted insides with a ton of surface area). These areas have become scarred closed. You may need artificial means.. ...Read more
Is it safe to have 2 kinds of surgery in 1 year? I had D&C and my next surgery to unblock my fallopian tube.
I have one blocked fallopian tube...I wanted to know what's the best alternative to surgery to unblock this tube?
Depends on where: Tubal blockage where the tube leaves the uterus may have little overall effect on pregnancy if the other tube is open. Blockage at the end of the tube though is very detrimental to pregnancy even from the other tube. Due to fluid moving from the blocked tube into the uterus. If that's the case, likely need some surgery to fix the problem; removal or repair via laparoscopy. ...Read more
Md was able 2 free/unblock my rt fallopian tube only but said he couldn't guarantee it would function. Is there anythng I can do?
Hope for the best: Congratulations on having your tube unblocked. Your doc is correct though...There is no guarantee that the tube will work. This is the reason you should see your doc as soon as you think you are pregnant-to avoid any complications of an ectopic or the permanent loss of your tube. Good luck & I wish you well. ...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
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