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Had ectopic pregnancy and fallopian tube removed. Trying to conceive, getting pain after sex. What should I do?

hi i had an ectopic pregnancy 19mths ago it burst and i had my right fallopian tube trying to get pregnant and doc said i got hydrosalpinx in my right tube which cause infertility and i wont conceive.i get pain in my groin after sex and some sharp stabbing pain in vagina and anus which last only for coup[le of sec but for several days.doc want to do a laporoscopy but im not sure i want to do it in case i lose my tube as i cant afford ivf.
Asked On : Tue, 10 Jul 2012
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Infertility Specialist 's  Response
Hi Zareen
Welcome to HealthcareMagic
You have not mentioned anything about status of left tube. If left tube is patent n normal still u can conceive by natural try/IUI. Ultrasound monitoring for growth of egg will be required because if only left tube is patent then ovulation from left ovary only( not right ovary ) will be fruitful and you can try for pregnancy. Hydrosalpinx is known to cause infertility ( it interferes with implantation of embryo ) even when you are undergoing IVF. So ideally it has to be treated before you attempt for pregnancy ( naturally/IUI/IVF). If both the tubes affected by hydrosalpinx then IVF is the treatment of choice. Take care .
Answered: Tue, 10 Jul 2012
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