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Discussion in 'All Categories' started by shweta - May 21st, 2012 8:30 pm.
shweta
shweta
cystemony and laproscopy done on 15/05/2012 at patna inwhich hydosalponix was drained and clipped at corunal end,right corunal block was left as it is and now the doctor is advising us to go for ivf treatment contrary to his earlier suggestion that by laproscopy he will open the both tubes and our problem will be solved.now is it possible on your part to solve our problem by doing lapproscopy for a second time after a few months.we are not at all interested in for ivf treatment.we think that we have been cheated by the concerned doctor as from net we have found that there are so many options to open right corunal block maintaining the patency of the tube.
re: infertility by Dr J S Chowhan - May 24th, 2012 1:12 pm
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Dr J S Chowhan
Dr J S Chowhan
Dear Shweta

Actually there are some patient in whom even very good gynecologist can not open the blocked tube. Your doctor is giving you correct advice. First, IVF was invented specifically to assist women with tubal blockage in conceiving.

Using IVF in these situations simply circumvents, or gets around, the whole diagnosis, as there is no requirement for sperm and egg to satisfy inside the tube -- through IVF, they will be meeting inside a petri dish outside the female body.

With respect to the more specific nature of your tubal blockage, surgery to pay off the blockage and repair the tube may also have good results but not hundred percent guaranteed.

We cannot be more specific about this without knowing more more knowledge about your blockage, but you ought to know that such surgery can occasionally lessen the requirement for IVF.

If only one of your tubes is blocked, bringing you one fully functioning fallopian tube, you might not need surgery or IVF. You only need one working ovary and something clear tube to get pregnant, but certain less costly treatment options, for example artificial insemination might help speed things along.

With regards

J.S Chowhan
re: infertility by Coco - Nov 29th, 2012 7:27 pm
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Coco
Coco
I think it's totally nrmoal to want to pick an "official" route and embrace that and slough off any previous goals that it turnes out you can't control the outcome of. I think I'm like you in that I've always thought if you work hard enough at something you can get it. And if you can't get it, or if there's some chance that you won't be able to for reasons beyond your control, pick another path. Like the only things worth going after are the things you know you can achieve with enough blood sweat and tears. Heck I did that with my entire career. I ditched the one I had some risk of failing at even though it was probably the better fit for me and went for the safer bet, even though I don't like it. While I totally get the draw to "pick a new path and identify with that" I think it's healthier to reach the conclusion that you have. That it's not always better to impose tunnel vision upon yourself even though it feels more productive and less scary. Or to give up on something because you can't control it. I am really in awe of your wisdom and resolve. And I know you will get there. One way or another (or several ways at once!)
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