So today we had the meeting with the consultant to decide our next steps after being diagnosed with Hydrosalpinx in October and it was actually more positive than imagined
My AMH test came back at 43.3 which they would hope for a range between 9-29, the higher the better so 43 is really good. My partners results came back also really positive, they would hope for a sperm count of 39 million and he has 303 million 😮😮 so all in all really positive. However I have to have surgery to remove one blocked Fallopian tube which the consultant says is the reason we’ve been unable to get pregnant and once that is removed there should be no reason why we can’t get pregnant naturally 😆😆. I have a pre op appointment next Thursday, and then I’ve just got to wait for the surgery has anyone had surgery to remove a tube?
I’m so happy that we could potentially conceive naturally but also apprehensive that we could begin to try again and it not work as there’s a tiny part of me that’s niggling that the blockage isn’t the whole problem but I know that’s just me being anxious.
Anyway I just wanted to write a post on our results and I am so so grateful for the NHS and in particular the women’s hospital in Liverpool as they’ve been so efficient and really informative I couldn’t have asked for anything more xxx