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Can I conceive if my womb is joined to abdominal wall?

I have just had a lap and dye and my doctor told me my womb is cemented to my abdominal wall and my she could not fill my right tube with dye. I have been experiencing fertility problems for the past year. Could you please advise me is it possible for me to concieve and if so would it cause problems in the pregnancy . Please help
Asked On : Wed, 4 Apr 2012
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Hello ,
I would like to tell you that the fertility depends on the extent your uterus has adheions with abdominal wall.If it is not much adherent can be separated surgically.At the same time i would also suggest you to find out the posible cause for the adhesions and tubal blockage.Could be anything like an extensive endometriosis or genital kochs or past infection.So discuss all this issues with your gynaec or the infertilty specialist.For any further help do not hesitate to contact me.
Best wishes.
Dr.Varsha K.
Answered: Wed, 9 May 2012
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