Hi..,If the hydrosalpinx is small, this type of blockage can be repaired, allowing pregnancy to occur naturally. This requires a surgical procedure called neosalpingostomy, in which a laparoscope is surgically inserted into the abdomen and an incision is made to open the blocked fallopian tube. Recovery from this procedure is relatively rapid and normal activity may be resumed within a few days. Because ovarian health and egg quality decline after the age of 35, reversal surgery is more viable for younger patients who can afford the additional wait time. Patients conceiving after tubal surgery must be monitored very closely for a possible ectopic pregnancy. This is a potentially serious situation in which the fetus implants and grows in the fallopian tube instead of the uterus...
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