IVF Protocols and Clomid: Which One Is Best ?
I'm 37 and I have a left hydrosalpinx which was cauterized and aspirated I also have a couple of fibroids that have been checked shouldn't cause any problems, because of the fibroids what fertility option do you think is best Clomid or IVF?
Since you are only 37, I would recommend natural health while you make the decision. I can tell you that you still have a chance of getting pregnant naturally. I know that you might have been told otherwise, but the rate of success of IVF is not 100% and with Clomid you have the risks of ovarian hyperstimulation syndrome and other side effects.
Since you have been diagnosed with lateral hydrosalpinx, you still have one functional fallopian tube. Let's give this one a chance! I know of many cases where women got pregnant naturally having only one ovary or one fallopian tube.
Hydrosalpinx is a blocked fallopian tube with fluid the prevents the sperm to pass, the egg to be picked up and of course, fertilization to occur.
The major causes of hydrosalpinx is pelvic inflammatory disease like Chlamydia, Gonorrhea and tubal tuberculosis.
In this case homeopathic medicine can help treat the predisposition of your body of producing this condition. Tuberculinum, Medorrhinum, Pyrogen, etc. are very good remedies that can treat this underling cause. A professional classical homeopath can definitely help you in these case.
Before you try to conceive naturally or with Clomid, you need to make sure your fallopian tubes are clear of fluid and debris because this condition tends to reoccur even after treatment. And some fluid filled fallopian tubes may contain toxins that can affect embryo development.
Also, you need to address the possible scarring and adhesions that may have been left behind. Scarring of the fallopian tubes is associated with an increased risk of ectopic pregnancy.
In this case, the homeopathic remedy Thiosinaminum 6x can help break down scars and stimulate re absorption by the body. This remedy is amazing and it will do the job.
Read my article on How To Unblock Fallopian Tubes Naturally.
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