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Have one fallopian tube. Trying to concieve. Had sex during ovulation. Pregnancy test negative. Solution?

hello, i am 44 and have one fallopian tube due to ectopic in the past i have been with prsent husband 13 years and have been pregnant once but miscarried we desperately want achild of our own. i had my period 3rd january but didnt ovulate till 4th of feb had intercourse on the 3rd of feb and getting negative preg tests but still have not had period i wondered if u could help
Asked On : Thu, 21 Feb 2013
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OBGYN 's  Response
Mar 2013
Thank you for your query.
At 44, please consult an IVF specialist.
You need to have your ovarian reserve ( capacity of ovaries to produce mature eggs ) tested.
Also, you need to have assessment of the one fallopian tube that should be intact for conception.
Your husband's semen analysis also should be done.
Trying naturally at 44 with only one tube is not going to be very productive.
You might strongly consider possibility of ART ( artificial reproductive technologies ) to aid you.
Take care.
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