Hsg

What is Hsg?

A hysterosalpingogram (HSG) is an X-ray test that looks at the inside of the uterus and fallopian tubes and the area around them. It often is done for women who are having a hard time becoming pregnant (infertile).

Questions and answers on "Hsg"

Is there use of gauze in an HSG ? Also is antibiotic prescribed after HSG

doctor1 MD

Brief Answer:
Yes. It is useful

Detailed Answer:
Hi,

I understand your concerns about role of gauze and antibiotics.

Yes. Gauze is very important in HSG to clean vagina and cervix before as well as after procedure.

Antibiotics are prescribed after HSG to prevent any possible infection that might...

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in hsg report both tubes found with terminal dilatation. no spillage in right tube while lazy spillage in left tube. is there any chance of pregnancy.

doctor1 MD

Brief Answer:
very minimal chances of pregnancy.

Detailed Answer:
Hello
Welcome here.
I understand your concerns.

As per your HSG report, the chances of pregnancy are very minimal.
There is no spillage in right tube and lazy spillage in left tube. This suggests the tubes are almost blocked....

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My HSG recently showed bilateral fimbrial blockage. Few Days after HSG I started having clear white frothy discharge.

I consulted two doctors. One prescribed Satrogyl 300 and other doctor prescribed Doxycycline 100.

I am confused what medicine should I take ?

doctor1 MD

Brief Answer:
Doxycycline is preferred

Detailed Answer:
Hi dear,
I have gone through your question and understand the concerns.
The procedure of HSG can cause slight infection in the genital tract.
For it, Doxycycline is the ideal drug and should always be given for 5 days after the procedure....

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Have been undergoing folliculometry for last 6 months. The follicle growth and rupture have been regular and proper. HSG has shown peritubal adhesions on both sides. HSG has shown localized spill on both sides. Both tubes appear normal in caliber.
Menstrual history has been regular. Uterus is shown normal in findings. Kindly suggest the course of treatment or management to be followed.

doctor1 MD

Brief Answer:
Better to get laparoscopy done

Detailed Answer:
Hi,

I understand your concerns.

If HSG shows peritubal adhesions and not been able to conceive even after 6 cycles of folliculometry, it is better to go ahead with laparoscopy to get assessment of tubes properly.

Let me know if you...

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HELLO , I WOULD LIKE TO UNDESTAND VERY WELL WHAT MEANS MY HSG RESULT
ABNORMAL: RIGTH TUBE SHOWS FILL AND LOCULATE SPILL ,LEFT TUBE FILL WITH SOME DISTAL DILATATION,NO DISTINCT SPILL NOTED.
ALSO IN THE BOTTON PART OF MY RESULT SAY: BILATERAL FILL AND SPILL WITH LOCULATED INTRAPERITONEAL FLOW OF XXXXXXX ON THE RIGTH , BUT NO ON THE LEFT
THAN K YOU
IM 39 NEVER PREGNANT , 165 WEIGTH,5.5 HEIGTH

doctor1 MD

Brief Answer:
Tubal damage

Detailed Answer:
Hi

I read your query and I understand your concerns.

Following is my reply

1. Your HSG report shows both fallopian tubes are damaged and hence are dilated.

2. This is possibly due to chronic infection of fallopian tubes.

3. Best option is to go for IVF...

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I have my MTBC test done and the result is "Positive". Also had HSG test in which Fallopian tubes are open. So now, can you please tell me what is the risk and medication for my MTBC.

doctor1 MD

Brief Answer:
Treatment required

Detailed Answer:
Hi,

I understand your concerns.

HSG report of fallopian tubes is good news. Unfortunately health of fallopian tubes cannot be assessed by HSG alone and laparoscopy is better choice for this.

However MTBC test positive needs to be treated. Better...

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HSG show normal uterine cavity
Both tubes are opacified
Spill seen on right side

Impression
Right patent tube
Left fimbrial block

doctor1 MD

Brief Answer:
Suggestive of pelvic tuberculosis

Detailed Answer:
Hi XXXXXXX I have gone through the report you have mentioned and understand your concerns.
The HSG is indicative of opacified tubes with left tubal block. Opacified tubes are highly suggestive of pelvic tuberculosis and this needs...

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Hi my name is XXXXXXX I am from XXXXXXX My hsg result shows that bilateral peritoneal spillage of contrast mediùm is noted.Both fallopian tubes are patent.What does it mean?

doctor1 MD

Brief Answer:
Normal HSG report

Detailed Answer:
Hi,

I understand your concerns.

Hysterosalpingogram (HSG) report means both fallopian tubes are open and you can try for pregnancy.

The report is absolutely fine.

Let me know if you need anymore help.

Regards...

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Hello Doctor,

I shall be 41years in October and trying for a 2nd child without success for about 3 months now. Had an HSG yesterday. Can you explain to me in layman terms the meaning of this HSG Report and the possibility of getting pregnant with this result,
HSG: 'BOTH TUBES ARE DEMONSTRATED WITH SUBTLE FIMBRIAL HYDRO-SALPINX AND LOCALIZED SPILL OVER.
NORMAL UTERINE CAVITY DEMONSTRATED.
IMPRESSION: PATENCY WITH LOCALIZED SPILLAGE SEEN. NORMAL UTERINE CAVITY'.

doctor1 MD

Brief Answer:
Unhealthy fallopian tubes

Detailed Answer:
Hi,

I saw the HSG report.

It shows fallopian tubes are not healthy and difficult to conceive naturally.

It is better to undergo IVF treatment for conceiving early.

Let me know if you need anymore help.

Regards...

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Hi Doctor,
I have gone through all priliminary tests like TVS Scan and foliculnar study and my husband have gone through
sperm test and it is upto 40 percent ....
Please help me for further process and my friend suggested me to have ferpill 50mg can I use it....?

doctor1 MD

Brief Answer:
Please get HSG test done

Detailed Answer:
Hi

I read your query and I understand your concerns.

I think you need HSG test done to check patency of fallopian tubes.

Tablets like fertyl needs to be taken under guidance of a doctor and also monitor follicular growth with ultrasound...

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Recent questions on  Hsg

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Hi my name is XXXXXXX I am from XXXXXXX My hsg result shows that bilateral peritoneal spillage of contrast mediùm is noted.Both fallopian tubes are patent.What does it mean?

doctor1 MD

Hi , IUI has not been successful . My HSG , ovaries, Ovulation is Normal . No cysts or fibroids. My husband's semen analysis for IUI is Liquefaction time - greater than 60 mins. Consistency - Manual Liquefaction Volume-0.6ml WBC- 0.3M/ml...

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Hi..my wife has done HSG two times in a span of three months.first report shows both tubes are blocked and second report shows both tubes are open. Iam bit of confused.which report do I need to believe.can anyone help me on this. Thank you.

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Hii,
according to HSG report i have a blockage in both Fallopian tubes at a starting point.
doctors suggesting FTR or laproscopic treatment but sir both are very much expensive for me and i am in high pressure from my inlaws and husband. so i am trying to clear these tubes open by natural way if you have any suggestion then plz let me know it.
it will be very helpful for me.

doctor1 MD

i am 27 year old i done my HSG last week its (HSG reports shows that UTREUS :Normal, FALLOPIAN TUBES:Normal In Caliber .FREE PERITONEL SPILL OF CONTRAST:Bilateral spill is noted IMPRESSION: Normal study ) What does it indicate ? and I got married May 20th 2011 its completed 1year 9 month but till now no issues..no pregnancy, pls explain

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sir, mw fallopian tube are blocked according to the HSG report, please you can suggest me how to open without surgery.

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