Am so confused and emotional right now. I had my HSG test on 30 December and the consultant there said "all fine". At the follow up three weeks ago we were told that both tubes are blocked (even though I am 99% sure that I saw on the screen that they dye had got all the way round on one side) and that I have low AMH levels, therefore we are ineligible for NHS funding for IVF. The consultant even said that IVF with my eggs just wouldn't work because the hospital would just be replicating what my body would do - ie try to conceive with low quality eggs. There was no mention of following up with a laparoscopy or other tubal investigation. Our consultant recommended we go for counselling and then speak to hospital again about egg donation.
In the weeks that have followed I think it's fair to say we've experienced every single negative emotion under the sun. In the more positive moments we've looked into ED and if this is the only road open, then bring it on. But a few conversations with different people since who have been through the fertility route - and been told the same thing as me - have left me wondering whether we've been fobbed off by the hospital.
Should we be writing my egg reserves off completely and looking at ED at this stage - or should I be kicking off with the hospital/speaking to my GP again and pushing for a laparoscopy version of the HSG?
Any and all advice gratefully received.