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Hydrosalpinx

i was diagnosed with Hydrosalpinx in 2010 and i was so worried, before that i have been ttc in 2008, 2009 and 2010. in Dec 2010 surprisingly enough i conceived my baby gal naturally until full term without no complications, no spotting and no nothing worrisome, it was the most enjoyful pregnancy ever, i never vomited, no morning sickness, not moooooooddddy and yes i had a great time carrying my little gal, she was born september 2011. i am currently 26 y/o and we want baby number two, i havent started trying yet but i rly need someone who experienced Hydrosalpinx and conceived naturally. im afraid the tubes could be blocked again and i will have to go thru that ttc stress again. anyone out there to help or advice????
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HI,
With history of hydrosalpinx previously, complications like blocked are a possibility. Hence if you want to avoid ttc stress, you should consult your gynaecologist beforehand. Testing of the fallopian tubes either with the help of hystero-salpingography or with laparoscopy will help diagnose any problem.
Hope this helps. Take care and good luck.
1535793 tn?1521005282
Thanks alot...ddnt go to no docter yet, but i think we might be expecting. i ddnt test and its not time to test just yet (3dpo) im not planning to untill i get my period which im expecting on the 21st Oct 2013, if im not preggy.
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