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What treatment should I undergo to concieve ?

i m married for 4 years.i cannt concieve due to my fallopian tubes blockage.i want to know that can i concieve in future by any treament without surgery i m married for 4 years.i cannt concieve due to my my fallopian tubes blockage.i want to know that could i concieve in future without any surgery
Asked On : Thu, 24 Mar 2011
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Since you have blockage of fallopian tubes it could be the probable cause for infertility in your case .You need to under go treatment so that you can have a child.Please consult your Gynaec/Infertility specialist regarding the treatment required.There is a surgical option which you don't want & also there is a chance of failure in it .Since there is no other option available so in your case it will be advisable to go for a IVF (In Vitro fertilization ) .
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