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Blocked tubes

I jus found out last year one of my tubes were blocked went back this year and found out both tubes are blocked ! Change my OBGYN and went to a fertility specialist and had the HSG done nothing happened I havent had a lap or a hys but Doctor suggested i remove my tubes completely and jus go for the IVF. What do you think should I try the lap and hys and try surgery or jus remove my tubes surgically and try IVF:( please help Thanks!
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You didnt mention your age but was curious why they are saying to remove tubes. Is there water in them (Hydrosalpinx)  If you are over 35 then just go for the IVF. If you still young & have time to try on your own then you can certainly weigh out your options.

Good Luck to you.
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I am 35 yes there is fluid in my tubes:( Thanks so much for your insight.
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Hi,  I'm 30 been trying TTC for past 6 years with no luck. Been to Fertility Specialists. Had 5 Laps done the last one on 4 Jan 2013. Had IVF done in Jan on 2012 with no luck as well.

Diagnosis is that I have water collecting in my tubes that seem to block them. it alternates between the tubes at times.

Any advice / insight will be much appreciated as I now am close to giving up.
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