I went to my specialist today. Had a very good consultation. I have a
"very huge" haldrosalpinx in my left tube. He also detected a fibroid
tumor. I was so worried, my only option would be IVF. Before I left, I
found an article called "The impact of hydrosalpinx on successful
pregnancy in tubal factor infertility treated by in vitro fertilization"
Before I even showed him the article, every word that was in the article
came out of his mouth. In the article an alternative hyposthesis suggest
that the tubal fluid contained in hydrosalpinges exerts a negative
impact on implantation by exposing the endometrium/or embryo to a biochemically altered environment. He also explained that the
hydrosalpinx also sends negative effects on my good tube.
He will now do a lap to see if the hydrosalpinx can be removed by lap.
He will also check the other tubes conditions to be sure it is healthy.I
also told him my concern on having only one tube. (ovulating every other month on each side) He said he would "super ovulate" me with other
fertility drugs--I believe he said "metrodine". I would love to hear any imput from anyone with a similar experience.
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