Traditionally Fallopian tubal surgery (tuboplasty
) was used to restore patency to the tubes and thus possibly normal function. However, in most situations today, in vitro fertilization
is used to overcome tubal infertility
as it is more cost-effective, less invasive, and results are immediate. With IVF, after stimulation of ovarian follicles, egg cells are removed via a sonographic directed vaginal puncture into the ovary, these eggs are fertiized outside the body, and the resultant embryo placed transcervically into the uterus; - the tubes are bypassed in this process.
so if getting pregnant is your main goal, I would say this is a pretty decent option for you.
hope it helps