I am 29 years old, I had an ectopic pregnancy in my right tube in jan.2014,(methotrexate was given) 6 months ago but my pain on the right side is not going, my Dr. took the HSG test and the test shows that my right tube is obstructed(partly visualized) ,and the left tube shows normal I have no child ,it was my first pregnancy , now i want to concieve but because of the pain in my right tube i am worried that how its possible to conceive normally? and how long this pain will take time to go?? i have different questions in my mind: -In my case can one tube destroy the other ? -If i conceive normally from the left tube ,is it affects the pregnancy because of the pain on the right side? - I am not understanding my tube is blocked,damaged or spoiledView Thread
2 whome it may ? i have tubles tide for 7yrs and think i could be prego i have been having werid cravy for food and of course my boobs sore and my docter tells me that its dangerus to be prego after and tubes to be tied please get back at me son as posiableView Thread
THURSDAY, April 17, 2014 (HealthDay News) -- A surgical technique used to grind up uterine growths and remove them through tiny incisions could increase a woman's risk of cancer , the U.S. Food and Drug Administration warned Thursday. The FDA said that the procedure, known as "laparoscopic power morcellation," can inadvertently spread cancerous tissue beyond a woman's uterus and into other parts of her body.
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Have you had, or thought about having, laparoscopic power morcellation to remove uterine fibroids? View Thread
I went to the doctor about two months ago for my acne, and the doctor gave me birth control pills to "calm my hormones". I was told to start taking the pills once I started my period, which came a month and a half late. When I got my period, I started taking the pills. Now, I have been on a heavy period for 16 days and its a living helll. I'm going to the doctor in 15 days, but I don't know if I will still be on my period then, and if I am I think I'm pretty unhealthy. I don't know if its the pills like what's happening to my body at the moment??? please someone explain.View Thread
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