I'm guessing that a hsg is also called a hysterosalpingography, if so I'm due for one in a couple of days. My doc mentioned that it'll hurt like your period. Will post back after it's done but I'm so nervous.
Post by tigergirl10 on Mar 13, 2013 21:56:54 GMT -5
Been awhile since I posted. My only remaining tube was confirmed blocked by an hsg in Oct. did another one today and it showed it is wide open. I am in total shock. It is a miracle! Esp since I had the most severe case of stage 4 endo dr had ever seen. Haven't had a lap in over 2 years. Only thing I did was take serrepaptase faithfully for 6 weeks. I believed it ate all my scar tissue and opened my tube. It is a miracle product in the world of endometrosis.
Post by tigergirl10 on Mar 14, 2013 8:23:13 GMT -5
Serrepeptase is an enzyme. It isn't sold in stores, my dr never even heard of it. I did my own research. It cost 27.99 and I got it off amazon. It eats away scar tissue and adhesions. (I had 3 previous surgeries) my tube was blocked for the hsg in October. Had a hysterscope surgery Jan 22nd. He couldn't even see my tube. Likely covered in scar tissue. Took serrapaptase for 6 weeks, my tube is wide open. Dye flowed right through. Hsg is when they put a device on your cervix, much like a pap. Then they shoot the dye up your tubes to check for blockages. My hsg was extremly painful in oct prob due to the blockage. This hsg I felt no pain at all.
Thanks hun am so glad it worked I've read it helps fibromyalgia too so I told hubby bout it he said check it out n get it so im doing my research n it looks promising are there any side effects of serapaptase? I've never has an hsg maybe I should request it? Is it a good idea?
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