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Canalization reopened, blocked fallopian tube, on placentrex, infertility

hello Doctor myself XXX I am 33 yrs old...and my problem is I did Canalization in 2006 now in 2010 I reopened it to conceive again.I gone through HSG test also in which my report says my left Fallopian tube is blocked... I already consulted to doctor she given me 5 injection of placentrex 2 ml...for alternative days... she told me to have physical with husband on suggested days. I trying form last four months.....but not getting success. Doctor help me out we having son from his first marriage...but we want our own now so help me.
Asked On : Fri, 4 May 2012
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OBGYN 's  Response

Most couples will conceive within the first year of trying. In your case, you know that you can get pregnant, but this is made harder by the problems related to your tubes. You CAN get pregnant from the right tube, even if you ovulate for the left ovary.

In your case, and given your relatively young age, what I would recommend is:

1. Continue with regular attempts at conception
2. Consider ovulation predictor kits (bought at any drug store)
3. If you have no success by about 10 months, then call your doctor for an appointment as you approach the 12 month mark
4. Consider that you might need IVF. It would be worth starting to save money for this eventuality.

I hope this helps! Good luck!!
Answered: Fri, 4 May 2012
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