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kellym81

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Tuesday, July 20th 2010, 11:16am

bilateral tubes not patent to dye

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Ive recently had a lap and dye and have been told bilateral tubes not patent to dye, I assume this means they are blocked? I havent had a follow up appointment through yet to explain but can anyone help me with what it i or what will happen next



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Tuesday, July 20th 2010, 11:24am

Hi Kelly

Did your consultant talk to you and explain anything further when you came around from the L&D? Are you able to call his office and ask if he tried to unblock them during the op?

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Tuesday, July 20th 2010, 11:26am

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this is my problem, they might give you a laproscopy to try and clear them but if this is not possible then they may well refer you to IVF hon.

please dont despair, IVF was designed for women with blocked tubes so you have every chance of success xx
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Tuesday, July 20th 2010, 11:34am

Hi

No he didnt talk to me I asked a nurse and she told me they couldnt get any dye through and id have a follow up appointment in 6 weeks, is been 2 now and im yet to recieve a letter. On my letter to my doctor it said ovaries and uterus normal in appearance , bilateral tubes not patent to dye? do you think I should call them?
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Tuesday, July 20th 2010, 11:38am

kelly, sorry i misread your first post, if you have had a lap and dye then I think it unlikely they will go back in unless they did not have time to try and clear it in the first operation. I think they will refer you for IVF. I dont think calling will help as they are not allowed to give information and advice over the phone. you do really need to see the doctor.
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