Discussions By Condition: Fallopian Tube conditions


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  • Posted By: Anonymous
  • December 16, 2006
  • 11:42 PM

35 yo female with dx of partially blocked Right tube and ??Left side 'spasming' does anyone have a clue of what that means in terms of becoming pregnant and carrying the pregnancy to full term? I'm receiving so many mixed messages.

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  • If you have atleast 1 good fallopian tube then I do not see why you would not get pregnant unless there is something else. It may take you a little bit longer. Both of mine are blocked and scarred so I am infertile. It is a shame. I do not have as big of a problem with it now since I am nearly 40 but i did when I was younger. There is hope for you. Your best bet is to talk with your OB/GYN. Good luck!
    Pamela1234 2 Replies
    • January 30, 2007
    • 01:01 PM
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  • I myself have had severe problems w/my fallopian tubes. Not only were they both blocked due to scar tissue as a result of an abortion at the age of 18 but later in life, just a couple of years ago, my right fallopian tube twisted around my right ovarie resulting in massive pain and emergency surgery to have that tube removed. Take it from me, when it comes to reproductive organs, do not let the Drs tell you to wait and see. Take matters into your own hands and find a Dr that is willing to treat you, no matter what. It took me begging my Gyno Dr to do exploratory surgery in the hospital to determine there was a serious problem because no test could determine what the problem was. It was me that demanded it and I got it.Good luck to you in the future
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