A hysterosalpingogram or HSG is often part of the infertility evaluation. It is a test to check the uterine cavity as well as the patency (openness) of the fallopian tubes.

Getting Pregnant After A Hysterosalpingogram

Many women wonder how long they should wait to get pregnant after an HSG a hysterosalpingogram and whether the dye might harm the fetus. ... read more »

Fertility 101: Lesson 10 - It Is All About Testing

The 3 major tests for infertility are: Checking for Ovulation, Checking his spermcount (spermanalysis), Checking tubal patency (Hysterosalpingogra or Laparoscopy) ... read more »

The Lining Of My Uterus Is Thin: What Can I Do?

The endometrium, the lining of the uterus, is needed for implantation of the embryo. Lining problems are usually not a major cause of infertility, but what can be done about thin uterine lining? ... read more »

Chromopertubation - What is it?

Chromopertubation is a procedure usually done during a laparoscopy where dye is injected through the cervix in order to visualize the fallopian tubes to see if they are patent or open. ... read more »

Mullerian Anomalies: Uterus Bicornuate, Didelphus, Bicornuate

An abnormal uterus can have different shapes like unicornuate bicornuate didelphus and septate uterus. ... read more »

Infertility Workup Before Clomiphene

Should everyone have an infertility workup? ... read more »

Infertility Workup

What is the basic infertility workup? ... read more »

Fallopian Tubes Blockage - Are There Any Symptoms?

Just because there is no pelvic pain does not mean the fallopian tubes are open. Fallopian tube diseases and blockage are among the top three reasons for infertility. ... read more »

My Infertility Journey: The Testing (Part 2)

I was pretty excited to be going to the fertility specialist. I had every confidence the doctor would ask some questions, do some testing, and tell me how to fix whatever was wrong so I could get pregnant. My husband wasn't so excited. ... read more »

Infertility Work-Up and Testing

The essential infertility work-up and testing includes an assessment of his sperms, whether and when ovulation takes places, and if the fallopian tubes are open. ... read more »

Laparoscopy - What is it?

A laparoscopy is a surgical procedure in which a telescope is inserted into the abdomen, usually in the area around the belly button, in order to examine the abdominal and/or pelvic organs. ... read more »

No Ovulation After a Hysterosalpingogram (HSG)

Is it true that ovulation stops after a hysterosalpingogram (HSG)?  ... read more »

Hysterosalpingogram - What to Expect

How is it done? A hysterosalpingogram or HSG is a test to check the uterine cavity as well as the patency (openness) of the fallopian tubes. ... read more »

My Infertility Journey: The Pre-IVF Testing Begins (Part 17)

With everything squared away to begin IVF, I set up an appointment with my new fertility clinic to get the pre-testing they said I needed. ... read more »

My Infertility Journey: The Emotional Journey (Part 13)

Going through the process of struggling to have a baby and then finally getting to the point where it looks like it's really going to happen is an emotional journey as well as a physical one. ... read more »

How Do I Know I Have Fibroids?

By the age of 50, about 50% of women will have suffered from fibroids;many of whom would never have known the fibroids existed if it weren'tfor advanced diagnostic techniques. ... read more »

Hysterosalpingogram (HSG)

A hysterosalpingogram or HSG is often part of the infertility evaluation. It is a test to check the uterine cavity as well as the patency (openness) of the fallopian tubes. ... read more »

Pregnancy After Hysterosalpingogram

Am I more likely to get pregnant? ... read more »

Less Pain After an HSG

Is it possible that I have less pain after my hysterosalpingogram (HSG)? ... read more »

Hysterosalpingogram - HSG

Personal Experiences with Hysterosalpingogram (HSG). ... read more »