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    Fallopian tubes
    An_267842 posted:
    Hi friends ...

    I need a small information ... I have gone through ectopic pregnancy and my left Fallopian tube was removed ... I keep trying to get pregnant but I had irregular periods.... so now I was asked to have an HSG test... can anyone tell me if 1 tube is removed .... are there any chances of getting other Fallopian tube blocked .... ??

    editor_morgan responded:
    Hi there and thanks for posting,

    I think that this would be a great question for your doctor. He/she would know best about the chances of your other Fallopian tube being blocked.

    Here are links to information on WebMD that you might find useful.

    What to Know About Ectopic Pregnancy

    Tubal Cannulation - a procedure to help clear a blockage in the Fallopian tubes

    Fallopian Tube Procedures & Fertility

    Be sure to come back and update us once you've spoken to your doctor.

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