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Trying to conceive, unsuccessful. Blockage in right fallopian tube, anteflexed cervix. Treatment for infertility?

Hi, I have been trying to conceive for almost 3yrs now. I have been to a fertility specialist, and a test done, found out that my left fallopian tube is open, but have to repeat the test, in order to find out if the right fallopian tube is open. Also, I have an Anteflexed cervix , with all said, will it be impossible to conceive? Thank You
Asked On : Tue, 12 Feb 2013
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Hello, thanks for using HCM.
There are many causes of infertility and tubes being open is not synonymous to being fertile. However, even if its just one tube that is open and if it is histologically good, they will be a very good chance of conceiving provided there is no other underlying cause of infertility. You should see your gynaecologist so that more tests should be done to rule out other causes of infertility which could be ineffective sexual exposure, ovarian dysfunction, hormonal disorders, antibodies against sperms etc. For the anteflexed cervix, you could stay in a Mohammed position for a couple of minutes each time after an intercourse; this could help provided there is no other underlying cause.
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