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Trying to concieve. Hysterosalpingogram report says normal uterine cavity, fallopian tubes visualused, free spillage of contrast seen in both sides. Indications?

Age 34, Female, Have 6.5 years old girl. Now want to concieve. As per Hysterosalpingogram (Digital) Report: Water Soluble contast was introduced into the uterine cavity with the help of a metallic cannula and films were taken. Uterine Cavity is normal. Both fallopian tubes are visualised. Free spillage of contrast is seen in both sides. Please suggest about the report.
Asked On : Mon, 19 Nov 2012
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Thanks for the question.
Report is normal, this means your passages for egg & womb is normal.
There are other factors that effect fertility like ovulation & male sperm quality & quantity. So, request your doctor to check them as well. All factors need to be optimum to become pregnant.
Best of luck.
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