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Can bilateral fallopian tube blockage be treated?

Q: My 30 years old wife has been diagnosed with bilateral fallopian tube block. Please tell me what kind of surgery does she need to remove this block. What will be the approximate cost of the operation? What are her chances of conceiving?

A:If there is cornual block, a hysteroscopic cannulation of the fallopian tubes can possibly overcome it if the tubes are not diseased. It is mandatory to have a laparoscopy along with it to assess the tubes and repair them if possible. The cost of this should be in between thirty to forty thousand rupees. If the tubes are damaged beyond repair, then IVF is the best possible option. The cost of one cycle of IVF is approximately ninety thousand rupees.

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