Hydrotubation, One Solution For Having a Baby
Hydrotubation Side EffectsJust like other treatments, hydrotubation also has side effects. Although complications may occur infrequently, it is a good idea to consider before deciding to carry out this procedure:
- Urine infection, can be reduced by drinking plenty of fluids for 24 hours after the procedure.
- Infection at the entry point of the camera.
- Injury to blood vessels, intestines, or bladder.
- Pain under the rib cage, around the shoulder, or neck for up to 72 hours after the procedure is performed.
- Problems with ovulation, require treatment such as taking the drug Clomiphene (to stimulate the ovary to release eggs) or Metformin (to treat polycystic ovary syndrome).
- Infertility without reason, where the cause of the pregnancy is unknown even though the doctor. For this reason, infertility treatment includes taking Clomiphene medicine, injecting hormones, or insemination (injecting sperm into the uterus when the uterus is ovulating).
- The oviduct is blocked or damaged, treatment can include surgery on the canal.
- Infertility due to mild to moderate endometriosis can be treated with laparoscopic surgery to eliminate endometrial tissue growth. Laparoscopy can also be done to treat infertility due to diseases of the pelvis and fallopian tubes, scarring, or ovarian cysts.
- In vitro fertilization (IVF), where the fertilized egg (embryo) outside the body is inserted into the uterus. Usually in this procedure, more than one embryo is inserted. This makes the chance of one of the embryos developing into a baby or having more than one child increases.
- ICSI (intracytoplasmic sperm injection), fertilization outside the body where sperm is injected directly into the egg and then inserted into the uterus.