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Had laparoscopy, not pregnant, no periods, unblocked tubes. Could it be the reason?

Hi I have had a laparoscopy on 20th march and not yet had a period .i am not pregnant as I have done a test also when reading wat the surgeon had done it says that I had a laparoscopy,dye test,adhesiolysis plus bilateral salpingostomy my fimbrial was clubbed but free dye spill on end of procedure and they had unblocked my tubes does this mean I can now conceive naturally and could the reason why I have not had a period this month be down to recovery from operation thanks
Asked On : Wed, 17 Apr 2013
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Your delayed periods could be due to operation stress. You need not have to worry.
Fimbrial ends should be open to receive ovum from ovary after ovulation. Fertilisation occurs with in tube. Anyways now you have undergone adhesiolysis operation, and tube ends are patent. You can try to conceive now.

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Dr. Vidya
Answered: Fri, 28 Jun 2013
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