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ttc left tube is blocked and the right is well, struggling!

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hi everybody! Looking for some other answers.Been ttc for 4 years now but have had no luck yet Mad . Been to several docs doctor and gynaes nurse ! have had HSG test, scans/ultrasounds, and lotsa medication later still no say my left tube is blocked and the right is well, struggling! had a diagnose of polycystic ovaries therefore irregular cycles in 2006 but have had an allclear since. have been making good use of my ovulation days but when i have an irregular cycle its hard to calculate. but have been using other methods to calculate my ovulation. So other than that, any ideas what is going on or what i can do to help to conceive. But recently, 27/07 2011;last cycle, august none, september 5, got just brown then pink discharge only when i wiped, but for 2 days only. Question can u help or advise pls. thank u!
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replied October 10th, 2011

Welcome to ehealthforum

Polycystic disease is a recurrent problem and can cause fertility issues.Along with that one sided tube blockage can cause some issues.I will advise you to get a Complete hormonal check up done including thyroid levels as it is common to have derangements when cysts are present.Along with that USG scan and your partners Sperm analysis is also required.
Do not worry as many woman with PCOD and one sided block have conceived succesfully after taking medications.If not succesful you can opt for IVF option.Consider visiting a Gynaecologist for detailed evaluation.
Take care
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