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bilateral blocked fallopian tube
Discussion in 'All Categories' started by megha - Apr 3rd, 2013 12:21 am.
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bilateral blocked fallopian tube detected in hsg
re: bilateral blocked fallopian tube by Dr J S Chowhan - Apr 5th, 2013 8:23 am
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Dr J S Chowhan
Dr J S Chowhan
Dear Megha

A hysterosalpingogram (HSG) is often a special kind of x-ray. Hysterosalpingogram is pronounced, but luckily, almost no one calls it through the full name. They only say HSG.

An HSG can be an outpatient procedure, that can take no longer than a 30 minute. It involves placing an iodine-based dye through the cervix and taking x-rays to assist appraise the shape of the uterus and choice. fallopian tubes are open or blocked.

If the x-ray shows an average uterine shape, along with the injected dye spills freely out from the ends in the fallopian tube, then your test outcomes are considered normal. Tubal factor infertility or abnormal uterine shape is probably not the cause for the infertility.

However, if further testing does not reveal a contributing factor for that infertility or recurrent pregnancy loss, your physician may order a hysteroscopy to make sure the findings in the HSG, specifically to recheck for difficulty with the uterus. (Hysteroscopy involves placing a thin, telescope like camera through the cervix, to consider within the uterus.) One small study found a 35% incident of false negatives by having an HSG. Quite simply, the HSG showed a standard uterine shape, but a hysteroscopy showed abnormalities.

You may need diagnostic laparoscopy and tubal patency test.

With regard

J S Chowhan
World Laparoscopy Hospital
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