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Apr 12, 2018

Remember the “Now What Series” way back when, I went through the popular conditions and what you can do if you were diagnosed with PCOS, unexplained infertility, endometriosis, High FSH.  But I have talked about this one condition.

There comes a time on every woman’s fertility journey when you start to get discouraged because nothing you’re doing is working.  Many of you will eventually consult a medical doctor, hopefully a Reproductive Endocrinologist. The doctor will run a standard set of bloodwork and do an HSG.  HSG is what’s known as the dye test, or hydrosalpingogram. This procedure is useful to look at the uterus and tubes to see if they’re healthy and connected.  

Many women discover that there are blockages in their tubes after the HSG.  So on one hand, it’s a relief to know that there’s an answer as to why things are not happening.  But on the other hand, it can feel like your fate is sealed...if the tubes aren’t open, how is the sperm going to get through.  

Everyone’s situation is different.  At the end of the day, you have to do what’s best for you.  But today, I want to talk to you about:

  • Common causes of blockages in the fallopian tubes
  • What you can do if you’ve found out that your tubes are blocked.  
  • Should you be moving on to medical procedures in this situation

 

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