Last week i had a hysteroscopy. RE said that uterine cavity is normal, nothing is growing inside. She also said i had a polypoid which she cleaned it and sent for biopsy. When i asked her about polypoid she said its not a polyp and my uterus is normal, no fibroids ,no septum ,no scar tissue. I did every test except laproscopy. All my tests are normal. She said the reason i am not pregnant is may be the fimbrae is not picking the egg and sweeping it inside. I never had painful period, irregular period or abnormal spotting or bleeding.
What is a Polypoid?
Is Polypoid the reason i am not pregnant?
Could i a be having a Chemical pregnancy without even knowing?
Is there any test to check the Fimbraes or inside the fallopian tubes?
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