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    Hydro means no good tubes...

    Hi guys. I'm new here. Just had an HSG to check my remaining tube (had one removed a few years ago and the remaining one repaired to try and save it) and now found out my remaining one is hydro.. still waiting for the follow-up with my fertility doctor but the nurse preemptively said surgery would probably be necessary.

    Trying not to lose hope completely but it's hard when we are moving to Europe in November because of the military. In need of kind words and stories. ☹️

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    Hi dinahmyte,

    The team at FertileThoughts wishes you the best. If you are in need of a second opinion before moving to Europe, we are happy to help find you a clinic.

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    The first thing is it is not a case only with you, so many women around the world are facing such issues but the only answer is never loose hope and keep trying. With the advent of new technologies in Gynaecology, these are certainly curable and if not there are other options to produce your biological children like IVF, IUI, ICSI, Surrogacy. Consult a well known Infertility Specialist in your area or I would recommend to visit Hegde Fertility, the best Fertility Centre in Hyderabad for such treatments which has high success rates and best Gynaecologist in Hyderabad.

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    The most important thing in this situation is to be absolutely sure that you have tubal blockage. There are hardly any concrete symptoms that indicate tubal blockage. Constant abdominal pain, history of ectopic pregnancies and sexually transmitted diseases might be indicative of blockage but not conclusive of it. Irregular periods indicate ovulation problems but not blocked tubes. There are two kinds of tests ( HSG and intra-vaginal ultrasound) that can conclusively determine tubal blockage. The intra-vaginal ultrasound scan is scan of the uterus and ovaries done by inserting a stylus into the vagina. The normal ultra sound scan that is done on the lower abdomen is not conclusive in this case. Tubes might be in various stages of blockage. The cause of blockage determines its severity. If you have had a previous ectopic pregnancy of ruptured appendix, the scar tissues left behind might block your tubes partially. However, if your tubes are twisted from birth, then it will be a complete blockage. In most cases, a woman with blockage in one tube can still conceive naturally if she has no ovulation problems. However, if both tubes are blocked, then you need to go for a comprehensive treatment preferably a natural non-invasive treatment like Homeopathy or invasive surgery. Even if you have severely blocked tubes, do not lose hope. Talk to a fertility specialist in your town to know about the latest treatment option for you.

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