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Friday, August 16th 2013, 7:01pm

Tuboplasty advice needed

Im hoping that someone will reply to my query as i find on this website that not a lot of people respond to queries so heres hoping.

I have had to have my fallopian tubes clamped both of them due to being damaged, the nurse said ivf is my best possible solution however after two failed cycles ( even though everything was textbook perfect) and still not able to concieve im looking at every possible way of trying to give us the best chance so i have browsed the internet and i have came across lots of articles on tubes being repaired due to TUBOPLASTY,,,,, has anyone on here had success after repair or anyone got any information or advice on whether this is an option ?

any help will do, x

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Friday, August 16th 2013, 7:43pm

I'm afraid I don't know anything about this but I'm sure somebody who does will be along soon. This site is fantastic and has been such a huge support to me, I very much hope it will be for you too xx



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Friday, August 16th 2013, 7:46pm

Sorry honey - I've never heard of it. Good luck with your hunting though - if I do find anything, I'll let you know!
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Friday, August 16th 2013, 9:55pm

thanks guys much appreciated x :thumbsup:

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Monday, August 19th 2013, 9:00pm

Hi,

I think this is a relatively rare procedure in this country so you might find it hard to talk to anyone who has had it done. From what I can gather, success relies greatly on the expertise of both the surgeon who performed the original operation as well as the one that reverses it. The only person who would really be able to tell you if this is an option for you is your consultant.

have you had the follow up with your consultant regarding why the previous cycles failed? what did they suggest??


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Wednesday, September 18th 2013, 10:14pm

tuboplasty

hi, i have an app to meet up with the consultant who performed my laparoscopy and who clipped my badly damaged tubes to see about the procedure however in the letter they stated that they are too badly damaged to be repaired :(

Why they have sent me an app to discuss this i dont know as they made it clear in letter there is no chance of repair.



As for my failed ivf cycles i have had no reasons as to why they are failing, i done the long protocol first time round, not a great response but had two good embryos, everything else was perfect put two in still a fail.. second time i did short protocol, excellent results again everything was perfect no issues at all, put one in again a fail,,, dont understand as to why it keeps failing when everythin seems fine. No-one has gave me any answeres.

Now getting my FET in november i have 5 frozen embies ,,,,, i pray to God that we end up with a healthy baby Wilson :whistling:

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Thursday, September 19th 2013, 12:52pm

Well, the success rate after tuboplasty depends on severity of tubal damage. However, surgery is not advisable for patients if the tubes have been blocked because of TB; the tubes are very badly damaged; if the tubes are blocked at multiple places; or if the tubes have been blocked because of intrinsic tubal disease.
Tuboplasty not yet achieved widespread clinical acceptance as more effective technique IVF has emerged after it. However, there is a considerable population of patients with tubal infertility who do not wish to abandon trying for natural pregnancy and want to recover tubal patency for subsequent natural conception. Talk your gynecologist & get to know more about risk vs. benefits of Tuboplasty.

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