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My uterus left tube is filled but not spilled. What does this mean?

hello doctor,i am 28 yrs old ,f, married for 5 years .My husband (28yrs old) and i trying for a baby but failed.I had my transvaginal ultrasound test which was normal and after this i had my HSG test recently which shows that my uterus is fine ,right tube is fine but my left tube is filled but not spilled.What does this mean???will i ever be pregnant and what will be the next procedure.please help.
Asked On : Wed, 28 Apr 2010
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According to the HSG report, it probably means that the left tube is blocked. For further tests if required, you can consult your doctor regarding these tests.

     Day 3 FSH testing
     Luteinizing hormone (LH) testing
     Progesterone testing
     Estradiol Level testing

Also semen analysis for your husband and other medical test. To rule out any defect from his side.

Answered: Wed, 12 May 2010
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