Me and my husband have been trying to have a baby and have been unsuccessful. I went to my ob/gyn and had a basic fertility work up done you know (fsh,lh,tsh) ect. Everything was exactly how it was supposed to be. She sent me to a radiologist to have an pelvic ultrasound done and the doc sid that she could see some inflammation in my tubes but didn't put in her report for my ob/gyn to see. When I was younger I had pid, and my girlfriend said that, that could be what is blocking my tubes. Could this actually be the problem? If so when I get it corrected what would be my chances of having a baby? Would I have to have surgerry done to correct this problem? Why would she tell me and not put in her report? Is there some kind of action I should take? I really want a baby before I am 30 and I don't know what else to do, or what it could be.
Have your obgyn do a test where they run a blue die up your tubes to see if they are blocked. That way you know if they are blocked. I went years before seeing a infertilty specialist. I found out that some women ovulate on diffrent days to some women ovulating only once a year. I was one of those women who had to keep a chart and found out I ovulated one time a year. I took fertilty pills just to ovulate then when I did its wasnt the (normal number 14) no it was day 20! Rather than ovulation help nothing else was wrong with me thank god. Good luck! God bless!
If your fallopian tubes are blocked, there is a minor surgery that can be done. They make a few 2cm incisions and go in and clean them out. In and out. As for trying to get pregnant, try standing on your head after sex. I know this sounds weird but after years of trying and issues with the womanly organs(cyst etc) I finally took my mothers advice and stood on my head. I am now 6 weeks pregnant. Cant hurt, give it a try. And make sure youre having sex days 10-17 of your cycle. Day 1 being the first day of your period. Good luck