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Had left tube removed. Trying to concieve. Blood reports normal. But, no results. Planning for IUI. Suggestions?

Hi, I am 33 years now . I am married for the last 11 years got a kid after 5yrs with treatment in 2006 ..No IUI and No IVF . after that got ecotopic pregenency in 2007 and left tube removed. Now for the last one year i am trying for second kid.All my blood reports ,AMH, HSG reports are normal.Still i am not seeing the positive result. We decided to go for IUI from now onwards.Can somebody suggest this would help or not and what could be my problem.
Asked On : Sun, 3 Mar 2013
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Hello, I would be happy to help you with your question.

I think that you should still be concerned about the remaining tube. For the same reasons that you had the ectopic in 2007, your other tube might be diseased as well in a way that was not detectable on HSG. There should be consideration of a laparoscopy to look at the other tube, and to assess for adhesions. I only suggest this because IUI is expensive, and if the remaining tube is not functional or there are adhesions, then it will likely not work or you will be at risk for a recurrent ectopic pregnancy.

I hope that this helps and good luck!!
Answered: Mon, 4 Mar 2013
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