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Had hysteroscopy, used silver nitrate to cauterize cervical bleeding. Can I get pregnant?

Had hysteroscopy last friday, dr used silver nitrate to cauterize cervical bleeding . sd would see black junk, saw a bit of black/green on tampon? He also pulled out the essure coil that was causing uterine bleeding because it wasn`t in all the way, he sd it was probably because the tube was already blocked, does this sound normal? and can i get pregnant without that coil being in there?
Asked On : Sun, 10 Feb 2013
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Hello, I would be happy to help you with your question.

Do NOT assume that the tube is blocked without some kind of confirmation. With the Essure procedure, there is supposed to be a followup imaging study to confirm that the tubes are blocked. I will guess that if this was done and they were blocked, then they still will be blocked, but give the removal of the coil, this should be rechecked.

I hope that this helps. Good luck and thank you for visiting.
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