Salpingectomy

What is Salpingectomy?

Salpingectomy refers to the surgical removal of a diseased fallopian tube. The most frequent indication for salpingectomy is ectopic pregnancy, but the operation is also performed in isolated cases of inflammatory disease with a unilateral hydrosalpinx.

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I had a bilateral salpingectomy two years ago this October. Is there any chance I could get pregnant? I'm not looking to get pregnant especially...

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Brief Answer:
no chance of pregnancy

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Hello,
Thanks for the query to hcm,
Bilateral salpingectomy is a permanent sterilisation...

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I have had 2 hours of sudden onset left lower quadrant pain (9/10) with slight nausea. No vomitting fever, no radiation. If I lie on my left side...

doctor1 MD

Brief Answer:
Intestinal obstruction should also be excluded.

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First possibility is Left sided Ureteric stone.
Intestinal...

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Hi, I was diagnosed with a latent TB infection in my endometrial biopsy tissue. My gynecologist started me on AKT4 for two months, followed by AKT3...

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detailed answer below.

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Hello and welcome to HCM,

I understand your issue.

Please do not worry so much. Your weight...

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