Ok, so I had the lap done and despite holding out hope of the severity of my condition my worst fears were confirmed. Both tubes are completely blocked. It was also my first time under general anesthesia and I really didn't realize how invasive the procedure actually is. I woke up hours later in pain. The incisions were very small however (3 total) and they've healed very nicely. But anyway, back to the bad news. The doctor said I have severe adhesions on my tubes and of course he reiterated that my only option is ivf. Ivf ivf ivf. That's all I ever hear is ivf!
SO now what to do what to do??? I eventually got around to telling my b.f. He wants to get married this year and he kept going on and on about us having a baby, so I just gave in and broke it to him, he seemed sad. Now the tough part is about warming him to the idea of going through with ivf (he seems to think it's unnatural) Yeah well then so is getting surgery for your bum knee I said! His response...*crickets*. Well anyway, in the meantime I'm trying some other things out. Will it work? I really dunno, but it can't hurt to try. So I ordered a bottle of Fibrovera. It contains an enzyme called Serrapeptase that's suppose to destroy fibrin, or scar tissue. Many people have sworn by it for opening up arteries, and back pain and such, but so far havn't heard anything about it unblocking fallopian tubes. So for now, I guess I'll just be a guinea pig.