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Is pregnancy, possible with pelvic inflammatory disease?

hi. My name is Lisa. My boyfriend and I want to have a baby. I contracted clamydia a few years back and was treated. I was told it turned into p.i.d. Is it still possible for me to conceive? Should I be checked for tube scarring? How would I do that.
Thu, 12 Nov 2015
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Hello
Thanks for your query .
PlD can cause infertility but not always. You can conceive as your infection is already treated. To conform your uterus and tubes are in healthy condition you can undergo ultrasonography .
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