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Laproscopy done. Advised IVF. Any chances of getting pregnant with medication?

hello. mu name is saima and i am fro pakistan. i have a hen years old son and no kids since then. i consulted with a doctor ans and was indicated primary infertility . i was advised liproscopy die test pmb. results were as follows. Utrus: normal sized, mobile, no adhesion , both ovaries normal in size, negative follicular activity and corpus leutum. left ovary involved in filmy adhesion. fallopian tubes involved in filmy adhesions. Prognosis . poor for child baring. i was advised IVF . i want to make sure if there is any way i can get pregnent with any kind of medication. male factor is ruled out.
Asked On : Mon, 4 Mar 2013
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You have not mentioned your age & whether tubes are patent or not. If tubes are open & your age is
Wish you good health.
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