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Tubes unblocked with selective salpingography and recanalization

I did a hsg test and it showed my tubes were blocked. I did ivf and it failed. I decided to do the selective sapingography and recanalization as was recommended when I did the hsg test. Now I'm being told, I still may not get pregnant because my tubes can be damaged from the blockage. Has anyone had success with pregnancy after this procedure? Does anyone know of any herbs or anything to improve fallopian tube health?
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OMG, I'm sorry.  I cannot be of much help here. My case completely differs. I just thought unless your dr feels ok about giving a try to this procedure, you shouldn't be disheartened anyway.  Moreover you don't know whether your tubes got damaged or not. And you have to wait for some time to heal well before opting for any other procedure. I truly think you can succed with unblockage done. Hope you'll catch that super nice egg soon!
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