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Trying to conceive. Tubes test, block in cornual end in tube, blockage from copper T. Help?

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I hv child of 3 and half yr old.For the first time I conceived naturally gone through a normal delivary.after my first baby I used Copper T. Now trying for another baby from last one and half yrs .All other reports are normal of my and my husband. Today only i gone through tube test.They found that block in the cornual end in my left tube.Blokage is from Copper T? Suggest whether I can conceive normally in future?


Asked On : Fri, 19 Apr 2013
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The tubal block doesnt occur due to the copper T. The commonest reason for the blocks are due to adhesions,etc. If you have a complete block,then natural conception may not be possible .If there is a partial block,your doctor will see the xray plates,and suggest if hydrotubation is possible. If you have only one tube blocked, as you have indicated, then you still have a chance of natural conception provided you have good ovulation.
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