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If Tube Is Blocked Where Does Egg Go
Nothing: The body resorbs them.Get a more detailed answer ›
Pelvis: If eggs are not picked up by the tube, they are released in the pelvis where they survive for a few hours then the body resorbs them. This is harmless to the body. ...Read more
Apoptosis: If not fertilized, the egg melts away. ...Read more
Not fertilized?: An unfertilized egg, from my understanding, will last only for approximately 12-24 hours in a blocked fallopian tube before it decomposes. If the egg is fertilized, it may implant in the fallopian tube and create an ectopic pregnancy which is not sustainable for the mother or fetus and must be removed surgically. ...Read more
I have right tube blocked. Had stimulated cycle two eggs on the right and one on the left. Can IUI work for me.
Yes, it can: A blocked tube reduces chances for a woman to become pregnant by maybe 20 %, not 50 %. And if in a stimulated cycle both ovaries show good follicles that is certainly a better scenario than having the follicles on the side of the blocked tube. But even so, there is a chance. ...Read more
3 failed ivf. Blocked tube. Reports ok. Age factor so donor egg. Et cancelled - poor lining. Suggested cryocautery before FET in same cycle? Is it ok?
Cervical cryo?: In the same cycle as an fet? That would not be acceptable in the United States is all I can say. Or are you asking about another form of cryo? ...Read more
Please tell me the symtoms of blocked fallopines tubes. I have small uterus & Ovaries. Ovaries doesn't produce eggs and having periods with novelon?
Yes!: It has been demonstrated that If you lose your left ovary and your right tube, you can still get pregnant. A normal left tube can get an egg from the right ovary and vice-versa. Best wishes! ...Read more
The movement of the egg does not produce any symptoms and it is not feasible to know which ovary produced the egg and which tube it is moving through.
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Practice safe sex. ...Read more
To the uterus!: After the sperm enters the egg and fertilization occurs, the fertilized egg moves down the fallopian tube into the uterus. It begins dividing from 1 into 2 then 4, then 8 cells, etc. After it arrives in the uterus, the cell cluster (called the morula) implants in the uterine wall. Its a pretty amazing journey! Best wishes! ...Read more
Directly: Usually by ultrasound guidance directlyGet a more detailed answer ›
Many ways: If the tube is blocked or partially blocked, an egg can 'snag.' if the tube is open but doesn't move properly the egg/embryo can GT stuck. Some believe, and it's likely true, that an abnormal embryo may sometimes stick in a tube for reasons unrelated to the tube. ...Read more
Egg in Fallopian: Not very long. About 12-24 hrs is the total "life" of the egg and fertilization occurs in the fallopian tubes within that time period ...Read more
Usually not but: Possible. Eggs are generally obtained from the ovaries. Take care! Http://www. Nap. Edu/openbook. Php? Record_id=11832;page=31. ...Read more
U can ovulate once a: Month from either ovary, 1 tube can pick up the egg form either ovary, you need to make sure u are ovulating as some people ovulate every other month or not at all without help. ...Read more
Tubal pregnancy: Fertilized egg in the Fallopian tube is a surgical emergency because as the pregnancy develops the tube will rupture and can be fatal for the mother. Unfertilized eggs would eventually be tea sorbet by the body, but should not get stuck if the Fallopian tubes are normal. See your GYN doc if you think this is happening. ...Read more
Nope: You can have eggs removed from your ovaries to be fertilized and transplanted to the uterus. There is no way to get them from a Fallopian tube. If you have an ectopic pregnancy in your tube, there is no way to transplant that either. Naturally fertilized eggs transplant themselves from the Fallopian tubes to the uterus, under normal circumstances. ...Read more
If an ovulation test shows im ovulating that means an egg has been released into my fallopian tube already correct?
After surgery to remove fallopian tube is it possible for remaining tube to "pick up" egg from opposite overly? Some dr's say yes some say impossible.
NOT impossible: Just chances very low. Ectopic pregnancies as well as intrauterine pregnancies have been reported in cases with one ovary/opposite tube. It is not impossible, but best guess is around 100 times less likely. ...Read more
I am cramping but I don't know if It's because my period is about to come on or the egg is in the tube I don't know I'm just wondering?
Period: It is very unusual for the egg in the tube to cause any symptoms. It is much more likely that your period is about to start. ...Read more
What if both fallopian tubes are removed where do the egg go is it possible the sperm can catch the egg or not?
Yes: This does not affect ovarian egg production, and in fact an egg produced on one side can be picked up by the opposite fallopian tube. Happens all the time. ...Read more
It's the LH hormone: Ovulation test kits check for the presence of luteinizing hormone (lh). It is usually released in a "surge" by the pituitary gland as the trigger for ovulation. Therefore the testsdo not check for the actual egg but rather are indirect evidence that it was released. ...Read more
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