Is The Result Of HSG Total Obstruction Of The Right And Left Tubes Still Possible To Get Pregnant?
I just had an HSG test. The results are as follows: through the canule that is mounted on the cervix estuary, contrast omnipaque 350 is inserted starting from 4cc to 12cc, entering smoothly without a hitch, filling the uterine cavity, proximal fallopian tubes right and left, no spillage occurs. Cervix and mucosal outline are flat / no filling or additional defects. Large uterus and normal shape anteflexie position. Conclusion: Total obstruction of the fallopian tubes and sinuses. can i still get pregnant? My husband and age are currently 39 years old and already have one child now aged 18. Thank you for the explanation.
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HSG or hystosalphongography is a diagnostic examination carried out to detect abnormalities in a woman's reproductive system. This examination is indicated for several medical conditions, such as:
1. Suspicion of a tumor in the uterus
2. suspicion of perforations or holes from the reproductive organs that are not natural
3. Suspicion of a blockage in the tube
4. evaluation after tubectomy or sterile
5. No fertility
6. recurrent miscarriage
Regarding your question, if the results of the HSG submitted indicate a blockage / obstruction in the fallopian tubes, then this condition is less supportive of your pregnancy program. If there is a total blockage, which is explained by HSG fluid only reaches the beginning of the fallopian tubes, then this condition can mean the egg cannot pass through the fallopian tubes or fallopian tubes, so that sperm cells cannot fertilize the egg. If one of the fallopian tubes is blocked, then the possibility of fertilization is still high, but if both the fallopian tubes are closed, there will be a risk of fertility. To help the pregnancy program, it is hoped that opening the fallopian tubes or fallopian tubes can help increase the chances of your pregnancy.
Some of the causes of the fallopian tubes are totally blocked are infections, brown cysts, tumors / myomas, sexually transmitted infections, complications from surgery.
Consult the doctor who treats you, and continue your obstetrician's plan thanks to the restoration of the fallopian tubes. Thus, the possibility of pregnancy will be better.
Thus the info we can convey.