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Hi Brian, I've been diagnosed with Bilateral tubal occlusion with a right hydrosalpinx. I've read that having a hydrosalpinx can cause problems with IVF. Have you had success patients with this diagnosis or do you recommend having surgery first? Thanks
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Yes, the presence of a hydrosalpinx can have a detrimental effect on the outcome of IVF and so it would require surgical management of the problem.