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Fallopian tubes partially blocked
I recently had a pelvic laparoscopy for removal of endometriosis and ovarian cyst. I also had an earlier diagnosis of both blocked tubes but after laparoscopy they said the dye managed to move very slowly through the fallopian tubes. Is there a way to further open my fallopian tubes and increase my chances of getting pregnant? What are the risks of a ectopic pregnancy?
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I will not recommend following such a treatment even if it is available. That will increase your chances of ectopic pregnancy. I recommend going for IVF when your endometriosis is controlled to some extent.
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Ivf will be the better choice
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If the dye  was moving very slowly through the tubes does it mean that the tube is patent?? If yes then you have chances of getting pregnant Chances of ectopic pregnancy are when there is Tubal blockage
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IVF treatment is suitable in your case due to blockage of tube and severe endometriosis
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