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Fertility After 40 and Genetic Challenges Moderated by Jeffrey Fisch, M.D.
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Dr. Fisch will share the latest information about aging and fertility. Dr. Fisch is a reproductive endorcrinologist and fertility specialist. Dr. Fisch is the Medical Director of Green Valley Fertility Center in Henderson, NV. Dr. Fisch is an advisor to INCIID and a long-standing professional member. He is a doctor with heart and a proud supporter of the INCIID Scholarship Program. Watch the Youtube interview with Dr. Fisch here.

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Old 11-23-2009, 03:02 PM
Krissy68 Krissy68 is offline
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Default Blocked Tubes

I just was wondering is there anything you can naturally do to unblocked your tubes? Thank you. Krissy68
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Old 03-24-2010, 12:03 AM
Veronica Veronica is offline
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Default I have the same problem...

Hi,

I have the same problem. I have endometriosis. It has scarred my tubes and given them "kinks". Hence the egg can't get down even if the sperm get up into it.

I was able to get pregnant once, following a hysterosalpingogram (fancy words for shoot die into my uterus and tubes while they take pictures). I miscarried within weeks. We didn't know it then, but I have low progesterone which gets the uterus ready for the baby.

It was a miracle that I even got pg. Their theory is that the die and force "opened" it a little bit/ forced any liquid out (the liquid from endo can cause the eggs/sperm to die).

The only other way would be to get IVF. If there was any other way, I'd be first in line.

If you hear of anything else, let me know.

Right now, we are trying Clomid for the second time. My husband just wants to make sure that we can make eggs and see if I can't get pregnant naturally. He is still hopeful.

I think I have become the pessimist in regards to my ability to have a baby naturally with so many years of disappointments, but I wish you good luck.

let me know how you are doing. You are in my prayers.
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Old 05-18-2010, 12:52 AM
Veronica Veronica is offline
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Default getting hopeful...

Thank you for sharing with me. I am doing well right now. Getting excited to find out what is happening with IVF and INCIID. Haven't heard anything yet, but I am still hopeful.

I have a friend who is currently doing her second round of ivf with a donor egg. Send her your prayers please. She is having a hard time relaxing and letting go of what happened the last time.

I know that the docs always say to relax, but we all know it is the hardest thing to do.

Luv to you all.
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Old 09-07-2011, 08:44 AM
cenforce cenforce is offline
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Default Blocked Tubes

Hi,
I am new to this blog. Thank you all for your encouraging words.

I just started seeing a fertility specialists and found out I have a number of issues. One of them is blocked tubes. I am going for the HSG today. Will post again when I have more info.

Luck to you all.

elena
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