Hsg test report
Hi, my wifes hsg test has been done and the reports are both fallopian tubes are well opacified with contrast and are showing normal calibre. But there is evidence of bilateral spillage of contrast into peritoneal cavity...... what does it means should i get pregnant.... normally.
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Thank you for your question Bilateral spillage means that the tubes are patent and this is a normal finding. Your gynaecologist will be able to interpret the images accurately and it would be helpful for you to clarify any doubts when you see the doctor. There are many factors involved in getting pregnant of which the status of the uterus and tubes is one. Your doctor can help you with understanding the results of the other tests and give you a comprehensive guide regarding your chances of getting pregnant when interpreted alongside your hsg. best wishes
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