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Infertility problem, diagnosed hydrosalpnix. Underwent ivf. Bhcg report positive,urine report negative. Recommendations? Treatment?

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I am having infertility problem, diagnosed hydrosalpnix underwent five times ivf 2 times ivf and 3 times with donor eggs in the last attempt Bhcg report was positive but urine report came negative. I blocked my tubes also, now i would like to know is there any hope . My age is 33yrs. I would like to know what is the cause that always it is failing, and secondly is pus cells in semen also cause infection or hydrosalnix. Pls reply . Thanku
Asked On : Thu, 2 May 2013
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If the beta HCG report is positive then the chances of pregnancy are present. You need not worry. Do wait for some time and repeat the serum beta HCG levels. The rising levels will confirm the pregnancy.
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Answered: Tue, 28 May 2013
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