2019, Vol. 3 Issue 4, Part A
Secondary infertility with bilateral cornual block in bicornuate uterus: A case report treated with Homoeopathic medicines
Author(s): Dr. Ompriya Mishra, Dr. Kisor Kumar Naskar and Brig. Dr. Sudhir Chandra Das
Introduction: Bilateral tubal blockage is one of the major causes of infertility by preventing successful passage of the ovum to meet the sperm. Bicornuate uterus is a congenital uterine anomaly often associated with increased rate of spontaneous abortion and infertility. We hereby report a case of secondary infertility with bilateral cornual block in a bicornuate uterus which was under gone hysteroscopic septoplasty by laparoscopic intervention. But after one year continuous Homoeopathic treatment she got pregnancy and delivered a child of full term.
Case presentation: A 27 years old patient of secondary infertility presented with a history of spontaneous abortion in her first gestation 5 years ago. Afterwards she had been investigated and was found to be having Bicornuate uterus with bilateral tubal blockage as shown by hysterosalingography (HSG) and undergone operative hysteroscopic septoplasty by laparoscopic intervention. But because of bicornual blockage she was unable to conceive. Under homoeopathic treatment HSG finding not only shows evidence of spillage of contrast on left side and visualization of the right fallopian tube, but she got pregnancy and delivered a full term baby.
Conclusion: Even after septoplasty, bilateral tubal blockage itself is a challenge to get pregnancy. But in the present case, it has been achieved by this homoeopathic treatment.
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Dr. Ompriya Mishra, Dr. Kisor Kumar Naskar and Brig. Dr. Sudhir Chandra Das. Secondary infertility with bilateral cornual block in bicornuate uterus: A case report treated with Homoeopathic medicines. International Journal of Homoeopathic Sciences. 2019; 3(4): 23-25.