I don't know what to think. The radiology dept where I had my HSG done said my HSG was normal, but after my RE reviewed the films he reported the following. I didn't get to speak with the doc today since I was only there to make a copy of my records so can anyone provide feedback on the following (I copied docs notes below)
"The uterine cavity is mildly deviated to one side. Both tubes fill and spill into a tubo-ovarian complex of adhesions.
1. Severe distal tube and peritubal adhesive disease-bilaterally
2. In combination with the deviated body of the uterus, these findings are, very likely, indicative of a rather severe degree of endometriosis
Conclusions: This patient is not suitable for IUI?s and requires IVF."
Age 32, Diagnosed with Premature ovarian aging due to autoimmunity.
AMH 1.17, E2 78, FSH 7.9
HSG-reveals tubal disease and apparent endometriosis
Positive for thyroid antibodies, Crohn's disease
8/27/11-huge 58 mm cyst 1st IVF cycle canceled
9/20/11-2nd attempt at IVF cycle 1. Microdose Lupron Protocol
9/30-AF day 2 all clear! start Lupron 10 units 2x's/day
10/13-Egg retreival 10/16 transferred 2 embies!
10/30-BFP! Beta #1 685 11/1 Beta #2 1736