Since February, I have been pregnant for nine months and have not been pregnant. I have regular menstruation, normal blood volume, no dysmenorrhea, six items of sex hormones, immunity, ovulation monitoring and so on. Fallopian tube radiography has not been done. Now I want to ask whether I need to do a fallopian tube examination? I heard that fallopian tube examination is traumatic and I don't dare to go. Do the doctors have any suggestions?
If you are pregnant or not, there are many general reasons for this. They are all due to endocrine disorders, abnormal follicular development, etc. for specific circumstances, it is best to go to the hospital for further examination. If the fallopian tubes are likely to be blocked, this thing needs to be examined by angiography
According to your, it is mainly because you are not pregnant after 9 months of pregnancy. This may have fallopian tube problems, sperm problems and poor follicular development. Generally, this will have a certain impact. Therefore, you generally need to find out the specific situation. If you take medicine for treatment and conditioning according to the situation, this can be pregnant and need a test tube if necessary
Hello, you are 9 months pregnant. If you are not pregnant, if there is no abnormality in the six hormone levels and ovulation monitoring, you should do a fallopian tube examination to rule out whether it is caused by the secondary obstruction of the fallopian tube. It is not easy to get pregnant. The fallopian tube is usually done with egg transfusion angiography, 3 ~ 7 days after menstruation is clean.