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Suffering from pelvic pain. Hsg done, shows bilateral blocked fallopian tubes. What does this mean?

i av done an hsg and this is what it says Findings: post adminnistration of water soluble contrast, the endometrial cavity filled freely and demonstrated a normal outline. No filling defect is identified within. Both fallopian tubes fill freely and demonstrate segmental dilation of the distal ends bilaterally. There is no spillage of contrast into the peritoneum on either side. Procedure abored as patient complained of pelvic pain . Impression : Bilateral blocked fallopian tubes.
Asked On : Wed, 11 Jul 2012
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dear friend, welcome to HCM.
what problem did you have to get HSG done?
only pain?
it shows both fallopian tubes (tubes of uterus which collect ova from ovary into the uterus) to be blocked at far ends and patchy enlargements at the ends.

you will need gynaec. consultation
hope to have satisfied on your query. pl. keep me posted on the progress. take care.
Answered: Thu, 19 Jul 2012
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