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    hystroscopy and now ivf

    hi all,
    im new to this and this is my first post,i have one baby {natural} and had a miscarriage in 2009,after that just could not concieve tried 3 cycles of clomid, HSG reveals left tube is blocked but gynaec did not think it was an issue, I got frustrated with her and got an RE,he saw my HSG and said i have alot os scar tissue,hence the hystroscopy. I went on estrogen had another HSG everything is fine,but still cannot get pg.After some monitoring found that left ovary is dominant in every cycle,no alterations but left tube is blocked!!!So finally i suggested to RE lets do IVF.I am on BCP now and soon will start lupron on 21 of june 2012.i am really scared what will happen.

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    Hi sad,

    I know that is such tough news to receive, but let me assure you IVF is not as bad as you might think. I know it sounds scary...I remember feeling that way too. The reality is that your doctor and nurse will answer all of your questions (make sure you ask lots of questions to help yourself feel better). They want you to be pregnant as much as you do! Let me know if you have any other questions. Best of luck! Kim

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