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Regular periods, difficulty in conceiving, diagnosed with tubal blocks, endometriosis, have undergone all test for IVF. Advice on further process?

Dear Dr, i lost my baby 5yrs back due to high B.P so my placenta blast separately. due to that since i am trying for the past 5yrs. but we lost lot money and mentally disturbed. After that i had done 2 times laproscopy for tubal block. Now they are saying i have BOTH TUBES BLOCKED ; ENDOMETRIOSIS ; RIGHT OVARY PROBLEM. But i have periods regularly and utreus are normal. Now atlast they said to go for IVF . Now i went to MMM Hospitan n chennai and i met Dr.Thangam varma. i am doing all the test for IVF. Reports not yet received. Kindly advice me further process. Regards Abirami Sridhar
Asked On : Mon, 8 Oct 2012
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In case of both tubes being blocked, the only possible way for conception is through IVF. You should go ahead with IVF. Only thing you have to do is to find cause of high BP & loss of baby in last pregnancy so that same thing should not recur. You can ask your doctor for detailed investigations, but at least you can do LAC, anti beta2 glycoprotein antibodies & anticardiolipin antibodies. If any of these is positive, the tragedy can be prevented by giving you some medicines that you doctor will prescribe you.
wish you good health.
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