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Blocked fallopian tubes, failed IVF cycle. What treatment will help?

Hello Sir, My wife is having both the F Ts blocked due to which she is unable to conceive. We also went for an IVF cycle which eventually failed on the 15th day after the ET. I live in India and desperately looking for some treatment for her which can unblock her tubes and help her conceive naturally. Can you please suggest something on this. We both are of 36 years of age. Thanks,
Asked On : Mon, 1 Oct 2012
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Infertility Specialist 's  Response
Treatment to unblock tubes consists of surgery, either open or laparoscopically done. But success of surgery depends on the site & type of block. Also at her age of 36 years, IVF will give better chance of pregnancy although it is little costly. We have to understand that success rate of IVF in one cycle is not 100%. You can continue with another IVF cycle if affordable, OR otherwise can go for surgery to unblock tube if it is openable. (After consulting doctor who is having expertise in the procedure)
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