Septate uterus and tubal obstruction patient gets pregnant after being treated in Antai Hospital

Ms Wang from Hebei Province is 24 years old now. She had suffered from mild dysmenorrhea and she had been failing in getting pregnant without contraception two years since she got married two years ago. She was only diagnosed as “low estrogen” in local hospitals in Hebei. She took some Chinese Traditional Medicine but it did not work.

In October 2012, Ms wang got to know Beijing Antai Hospital for its signing contrat for treatment and its effective treatment through her friend. So she came to Antai Hospital. There she received some examinations she had never received before. The doctor told her that those equipments and technologies of which she had never heard, such as the dynamic digital hysterosalpingography, were domestically advanced, which enabled definitive diagnosis so as to achieve effective treatment.

Ms Wang was diagnosed as incomplete septate uterus and left tubal obstruction. On the next day she received the cold-knife separation and was placed with Antai’s patent pear-shaped scaffold into her uterus as to prevent adhesion. At the same time she received the hydrotubation too. In September 2013, 11 months after the operation, Ms wang succeeded in getting pregnant after suffering from infertility for two years.

There are more than 150 causes for infertility. Tubal and ovarian problems may all lead to infertility. Only when all relevant organs are examined thoroughly, could diseases be diagnosed and treated accurately.