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Can i become pregnant with one blocked tube ?

i am 25 year old my follicular study is normal. recently i undergone HSG test 1.Rt. fallopian tube is not visualiesed ? Cornual block and 2. Lt. fallopian tube is normal in size and calibre. no peritoneal spillage seen on both side. is it normal ? can i concieve normaly or need any treatment.
Asked On : Sun, 28 Aug 2011
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It says no peritoneal spillage seen on both sides meaning there is also block in left side tube also. You will need hysteroscopic or laparascopin recanalisation of the tubes. You need to be teswted for Tuberculosis and few STDs like Gonorrhoea and Chlamydia which can also cause this, and get treated before you try for pregnancy.
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