Thanks darlings for the reply,yes the block tube with hydrosalpinx was the one affected during the ectopic pregnancy,and yes the inflamed tube was caused by pid I had recently but it was treated,will just try n see a good gynaecologist maybe I should try the general hospital first or what do u think pls…..
Eveberry @eveberry, if a general hospital is close to you and you don’t mind the waiting, then you can try it but the probability that you will not see the same doctor more than one is a worrying fact. However, I would suggest you consider private practice for treatment. Who recommended the HSG?
Geraldine @geraldine, I’m not even going to sugar coat this, I would strongly suggest you seek a second opinion from any of the two doctors Nicole @nicole suggested. I don’t know Dr. Ogunmokun but St Ives doesn’t have a very good rep in the IVF circle AT ALL.
It’s time to stop wasting time with them. Do you any frozen embies with them?
@mamaz: sending you truckload of hugs May God comfort you and your loved ones and rest the souls of the departed.
Welcome to our lovely community @eveberry sorry for the loss. As @nicole and @oluwakemine have stated, the blocked tube may have to go. Etopic surgeries can cause the hydrosalpinx. What is your doc doing about the inflammation?
@geraldine the ladies have said it all. Please and Please do not consider any IVF right now. Even without fibroids, adhesions or scar tissues makes implantation a lot tougher for some of us. Everything may go smoothly like textbook but implantation may not occur, even when it does, there is a likelihood of early miscarriages. Get a second opinion before you consider IVF.
Am just back from the specialist hospital where I was told to hsg , the doctor recommended hydrotubation , I don’t want to make a costly mistake,has anyone done ectopic pregnancy surgery , then went through hydrotubation,then a successful pregnancy? I am so worried,i need clarification and suggestions pls
Hi Eveberry, I can understand your need have be sure you are making the right decision. Actually, I know of one of our members, who has undergone hydrotubation following an ectopic pregnancy but she is still TTC. However, that is as a result of a different matter.
While hydrotubation has been shown to increase the possibility of conception, it is not guaranteed. Meawhile, treatment of the infected tube is very important now, like the ladies mentioned earlier. Which clinic are you using?
Eveberry @eveberry dear, I understand your fears, but it is something that needs to be done. Hydrosalpinx isn’t good for pregnancy at all. It will be well, dear. I wish I knew more about the clinic and/or doctor, but in the absence of that, we just have to trust God on this one. Sending you lots of