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    Blocked Fallopian tubes
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    An_253940 posted:
    Hello Ladies,

    I am 29yrs old and my husband is 34. We have been trying to conceive since January this year and we just found out in August (after an HSG) that both my fallopian tubes are blocked. My husband has a low sperm count too, and is on meds. The doctor has given us hope - given us options of tubual cannulation, laprascopic surgery, IVF and surrogacy. I have been shattered ever since, and could not imagine that something like this could happen to me - my patience has been running out, I am frustrated, angry, sad and the worst is to see my friends being pregnant with babies!
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    factualinfo responded:
    Well. I tried a natural product from this site for unblocking blocked fallopian tubes (the product is mentioned at the end). It is about a ebook on a natural therapy. You might want to give it a try.

    Note: the therapy demands at least 60 days and I am on my 1st week.
     
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    sgoodtang responded:
    From what I have read, IVF would be a good solution. That is what I am considering now. I am 30 my husband is 36. we have been trying for 2 years to conceive. I had an ectopic pregnancy which caused a blockage in my right tube and left follicle never seem to be productive and dissolve. They wash out the sperm so that would also assist in your husbands situation. There are a lot of natural ways to boost sperm count most I have read on this website. I understand the frustration.My doctors don't even know the cause for my infertility and I continue to undergo tests. If you have made a decision I hope everything goes well.
     
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