More fertile after lap&dye?

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  1. biscuitnodles

    biscuitnodles very cautiously pregnant

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    Hello,

    I've heard you can be more fertile or its more possible to get pregnant for a little while following a lap&dye. Does anyone know about this or have you experienced it? Also what if the problem is male infertility, not female? Does it make your body a bit more receptive to the sperm seen as it has been cleaned and tidied up?!

    Help!

    Xx
     
  2. daisii

    daisii Well-Known Member

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    don't know about the male factor, but i was told by my FS that the 6 months following lap are more fertile. I was given clomid too, to boost my chances, you could ask for that
     
  3. DragonMummy

    DragonMummy Well-Known Member

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    i think it's only if there was a small blockage preventing passage of your eggs (just a tiny bit of gunk or something) that gets blasted away. Then you're more likely to have increased fertility. x
     
  4. KJM2

    KJM2 Well-Known Member

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    my sister got pregnant after her lap and dye after she tried for 2.5 years. No guarantee it was that I suppose. Her result of her lap and dye was normal but she was told it can help to unblock small blockages
     
  5. mandy1971

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    Hi I had been ttc for 9 months previous to my lap and dye which was in January last year, I fell pregnant in March though miscarried in April, have since had 2 other miscarriages unfortunately. So yes you could well get pregnant honey.Good luck. And the lap and dye was fine absolutely no pain afterwards... xxx
     

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