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Friday, February 1st 2013, 1:23pm

Fallopian Clearing

Hi has anyone had there tubes unblocked and gone on to be pregnant? i have a blockage in both tubes and am going in for op on 15th mar.

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Friday, February 1st 2013, 8:56pm

Hi hon

Good luck with your op.
I thnk it will all depend on what the surgeons find and were able too do.

I had adhesions removed from my one full tube & loads of adhesions cut out from all over my womb, ovaries etc etc.

I don't know if it helped with the IVF pregnancy we had a few months after. They did say I should be able to conceive but due to male actor issues also and my age they sent me off for IVF.

Hope all goes well.
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Friday, May 10th 2013, 1:03pm

hi i had one tube cleared, the other couldnt be done. does anyone know if the left will take over and produce egg every mknth or do thy take turns?

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Thursday, May 16th 2013, 4:15pm

Hi Emma

I had a consultation with my doctor recently as I have one blocked tube which he wants to cut as I have a hydrosalphix which may be causing issues. He said to me that while it does have an affect to only have one working tube it doesn't make as big a difference as 50% - hope this helps xx


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Sunday, May 19th 2013, 11:12am

Hi, Emma
Your ovaries produce the eggs. Some women may release an egg from alternating sides, some only ovulate from one side each time and yet others may ovulate from one side several times in a row before they ovulate from the other - it all depends on where the lead follicle is. As the structures are actually quite close together, some theorise that it does not matter which side you ovulate from as long as you have at least one functioning tube as the bodily fluids that carry the egg to the tube will basically carry it to where it needs to go.

Good luck with your journey, Hun


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Wednesday, May 29th 2013, 10:00am

thank you both for your comments hopefully it will work!

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