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FALLOPIAN TUBES BLOCKED BY HYDROSALPINX, KINDLY SUGGEST

HELLO I HAVE MY FALLOPIAN TUBES BLOCKED (hydrosalpinx) AND THERES NO KIND OF TRANSMITTED DISEASE NO CHLAMYDIA OR GONORREAH I WOULD LIKE TO KNOW IF IF MY FALLOPIAN TUBES WILL BE CURED TO HAVE MY SECOND CHILD IM UNDER ANTIBIOTIC WHICH THEY ARE METRONIDAZOLE 500 MG AND DOXYCYCLINE HYC 100MG. I JUST WANT TO KNOW IF THOSE MEDICE CAN CURES MY TUBES TO HAVE A BABY IN A FUTURE WITHOUT ANY KIND OF SURGERY THANK YOU
Asked On : Sun, 10 Apr 2011
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OBGYN 's  Response
Hello.
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What is the cause of blocked fallopian tubes? Did you have any history of tuberculosis?It is very difficult to make the blocked tubes patent just with the help of medicines. Only antibiotics will not help. Surgery is the only option.
Dr. Rakhi Tayal
drrakhitayal@gmail.com
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OBGYN Dr. Rhea Chanda's  Response
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Hydrosalpinx can be treated by antibiotics but the severity and causative factor is also dependant.If its a recent infection then usually a course of antibiotics will resolve the infection.However,if the infection is deep seated and long term,then sometimes antibiotics are not enough to cure the infection and the hydrosalpinx.In which case surgery will be needed.The first mode of treatment is always antibiotics so i suggest that you finish your course and then get a repeat HSG to see if any improvement has occurred.If the hydrosalpix is cured then,then chances of natural pregnancy are good.Otherwise you may have to try IVF.
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