28.10.2014

Conceiving a baby with one fallopian tube

Women with infertility problems who have suffered from pelvic inflammatory disease could suspect fallopian tube obstruction.
When it comes to treating blocked fallopian tubes, the traditional solution is tubal surgery. Conceiving is still possible given that one tube is still healthy and properly functioning.
Hi Doctors, I am a 34 yrs old women with 13 yrs old child, I have been single mother for last 13 yrs and recently got married and we would like to have another 2 kids or at least 1.
A health food store told me that vitex will help me with my imbalance hormones cause I was on birth control for 4 half years. I had a ectopic pregnancy that ruptured and was told that I wouldn''t be able to concieve-I''m not sure if I lost a tube or an ovary.
I had a tubal ligation done years ago and then recently had both my tubes removed because of an ectopic pregnancy. I have been told that I only have one ovary (the other one is missing completely) and have read that the the ovary ovulates alternately.
My husband has an abnormal sperm count and after a hysterosalpingogram (HSG) test, we found that I have a blocked tube.
At my HSG dye x-ray the nurse could not continue as she could not get the catheter tube through my cervix, which I believe is not uncommon.
I had an etopic pregnancy in 2005 and the removed my right fallopian tube and she noted that the left tube is clubbed.


I've just had an operation to remove my tube due to an ectopic pregnancy and have now found that the other tube is scarred, I have damage to one ovary and also a bulky retroverted uterus. I've been late with my period twice now (2 months apart) and was experiencing "pregnancy" symptoms, but then got my period. However, surgery is invasive and has several possible side-effects, one of the most common one being the risk of developing ectopic pregnancies. Also, immediate treatment of a pelvic inflammatory disease could prevent blocked fallopian tubes. The reason for this is that althought you are producing eggs and have your womb for a baby to develop, the tubes which allow the fertilised egg to travel to your womb are missing. Because Chlamydia is often the cause of blocked fallopian tubes, testing for this disease is one of the simplest and most affordable methods that could suggest tube obstruction. A less invasive and more affordable solution in cases of fallopian tube obstruction is in vitro fertilization, or IVF. Women who want to have a baby should watch out for the signs that indicate a fallopian tube obstruction and start getting treated as soon as the problem is diagnosed. IVF is where eggs are removed from your ovary using ultrasound scanning and a fine needle just before ovulation, mixed with sperm outside the womb, and the resulting embryo or embryos are re-inserted into your womb.
Sonography might also hint to a fallopian tube problem, and through surgery (laparoscopy), the obstruction of the tubes can be diagnosed. Nowadays, most women who suffer from blocked fallopian tubes choose IVF instead of surgery.


IVF is safe and effective, and offers women with infertility problems a very easy solution to conceive.
If the egg meets with a sperm, the fertilized egg moves into your uterus to attach to its lining and continues to grow for the next 9 months.But in up to 1 of every 50 pregnancies, the fertilized egg stays in your fallopian tube. However, in case the obstruction of the fallopian tubes is associated with hydrosalpinx formation (fluid filling a blocked fallopian tube), the success rate of IVF is smaller, so doctors recommend treating hydrosalpinx before having IVF.
In rare cases, the fertilized egg attaches to one of your ovaries, another organ in your abdomen, the cornua (or horn) of the uterus or even the cervix.
Ectopic pregnancies require emergency treatment.Most often, ectopic pregnancy happens within the first few weeks of pregnancy.
In some cases, the fallopian tube and ovary may be damaged and will have to be removed.If the fallopian tube has not ruptured and the pregnancy has not progressed very far, laparoscopic surgery may be all that is needed to remove the embryo and repair the damage. This treatment option may be appropriate if the tube is not ruptured and the pregnancy has not progressed very far.After medical treatment for an ectopic pregnancy, you will usually have to have additional blood tests to make sure that the entire tubal pregnancy was removed. Getting Pregnant After an Ectopic PregnancyMost women who have an ectopic pregnancy have normal pregnancies and births in the future, even if a fallopian tube was removed. Treatment of the infection does not get rid of the damage already done.Talk with your doctor about how long to wait after an ectopic pregnancy before trying to conceive again.



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