Blocked fallopian tubes

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- Feb 15, 2011 at 03:39 PM
Hello,

I`ve been married for two years now and never took any pill, and during all this time we have been trying to have a baby without any chance of success. I have carried out some the infertility tests and the results are that one of my fallopian tubes is blocked and the other one works averagely.

I have to undergo hysteroscopy; otherwise we will have to proceed to an IVF.

I am really depressed, is there any one in the same situation?
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I am not in the same situation, but as a man, I have my own opinion about the issue. It is too early to get discouraged. Take into account the possible outcomes," there is...even if it doesn't work, other solutions...". Hence solutions to the problem exist. The methods used, now give better results than twenty years back. Don't give up. You will succeed!

Good luck!
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Hello,

For me, my laparoscopy is scheduled for the 24th of February and I am getting all stressed about it.

First I will do a hysteroscopy and if the surgeon finds anything, the next step will be a laparoscopy; both will be done at the same time?
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Well, for me, it is scheduled for the 2nd of March and both are planned for the same day and if it turns out to be some blockage, I hope they will do the necessary so that I happen to get pregnant normally.
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