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Blocked fallopian tube removed by laproscopy, treated for tuberculosis infection. Pregnancy chances in future?

i am 28 yrs female.. married 3 yrs.. i had right fallopian block identified by HSG .. the block was removed by laproscopy and it was diagnosed as tuberculosis infection.. i had treatment for tb for 6 months from june 2012 to december 2012 with AKT 4 and R Cinex... now it is over.. will i be able to get pregnant hereafter..
Asked On : Sat, 26 Jan 2013
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HI, thanks for using healthcare magic

If the blockage was completely removed and the tubes are patent then there should be no problems with fertility. This can be assessed by repeat HSG.
If any blockage remains then there may be problem with fertility. It is possible to have tubal reconstruction done to repair any damage to the tubes.

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Answered: Mon, 28 Jan 2013
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