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I have currently had one failed FET and my last scan showed fluid in my uterus. The nurse who scanned me said it didn't look like hydrosalpinx but the doc said it is and wants to take my tube out with laparoscopy. Would a hsg be recommended before undergoing this op?
Thanks, helen (30 yrs)
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Hi Helen, HSG could possibly be recommended, but usually a good ultrasound scan can identify a swollen tube and laparoscopy is the only definitive way to confirm if it is present.
Also at the laparoscopy you can remove or clip off the tube if it is swollen to help improve the chances of IVF being successful.
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