This is a patient-to-patient forum for questions and support regarding Chlamydia issues such as: Causes, Chlamydia in Women, Exams and Tests, Medications, Prevention, Research, Risks, Support, Surgery, Symptoms, Treatments, What to ask your doctor.
undetected chlamydia for many years. recently on doxycycline to treat it. normal menstrual cycles and ovulation. recent scan on ovaries show 8 follicles on both sides. how do i know if my tubes and ovaries are affected/unaffected?
i suspect about 4-5 years, my symptoms are vaginal discharge, brown spotting towards the end of the menstrual cycles. i just started on ivf treatment, and my fsh/lh/estradiol levels are normal. the scan of my ovaries shows 8 follicles on both sides. i know ivf does not require fallopian tubes, but i have no idea how this disease has or hasn't affected my reproductive system. how would i know?
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