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Little pains on left lower abdomen, left tube closed. Can I get pregnant with one tube closed ?

Hi, I have gotten the dye test done back in October and to check if both tubes were open so I was able to get pregnant. My doctor was able to get to my right but said my left was closed. I m having reason to believe i m pregnant and i m having little pains on my left lower abdomen not right. Is it possible I could still get pregnant with left tube being closed?
Asked On : Sat, 23 Feb 2013
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First let me tell you that most of the time during a cycle , ovulation occurs from only side of ovary i.e. the egg is released only from one side. so if the egg released from the side where the tube is open , fertilization can occur and you can get pregnant.
so having one side tubal blockage dose not make you infertile. getting pregnant in the natural way is very much possible.
I hope i have answered your question satisfactorily.
if u think you might be pregnant get a Urine pregnancy test kit and check it your self.

good luck and regards
Answered: Fri, 9 Aug 2013
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