well... I heard it is better to have them removed because the embryo can implant better
i dont know if this is the same situation but my friend couldnt figure out why she couldnt get pregnant after a few years of trying. it turned out her tubes were blocked. She went through a procedure to have them "blown out". She just had her second baby naturally and had no problem getting pregnant after.
I don't think it's the same my rt tube was removed with ectopic then now my RE find out my lt tube is blocked she want me to remove it think that's why my IVF failed.
I too have just gone thru bilateral salpingectomy. It's only been 3 days now since I've had my surgery, but I'm planning on starting the IVF process. Does anyone know how soon I should start after surgery & does anyone have any success stories aster a salpingectomy & IVF treatment?
People on the Fertility board might have more helpful info. Wishing you the best of luck :)