I want to ask Yesterday I checked HSG and the conclusion -Non right tubal patent, he said the right tuba is blocked -Then the anteflexilateral uterus dextra, what does this mean y And my egg cell is always ripe to the right whereas the right tube is not patent, is there any way so that the left egg is left?
Good evening, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Lateral anteflection is the designation for the position of the uterus or uterus. This is not information that is commonly known by ordinary people, but the uterus is not straight. There are wombs that bend slightly forward or backward, and this is illustrated by the position you mentioned. However, the diversity of positions is still considered normal, and usually does not affect a person's fertility.
What should be more focused on the examination is the patent or blockage of the passage through which the egg is located. If the duct is blocked, sperm cells will find it difficult to fertilize an egg and this can have an impact on your difficulty in getting pregnant. Especially if it turns out that the part is not blocked, the egg has a problem.
So to this condition, what you need to do is to release the blockage. To get rid of it, it usually requires a special procedure in the form of surgery, which is to be more detailed as to what type of surgery, your obstetrician will understand more because it will depend again on what causes the blockage, how severe, and whether it involves other organs or not. The case of ovaries that produce immature egg cells, this can be caused by various things. Could be due to hormonal abnormalities, infection and inflammation, or genetic / hereditary disorders. Handling for this also varies depending on the cause. Therefore, again what you need to do is get yourself checked by an obstetrician to be sure through a series of examinations. Considering that the HSG examination should be requested by an obstetrician, you actually just need to continue your discussion with your obstetrician all this time and if you need a second opinion, you have the right to get it by checking yourself with an obstetrician at another hospital. So, hopefully answering your question.