General or local for hysteroscopic tubal cannulation


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I had an HSG that showed both tubes are blocked…my RE thinks it was a spasm, so I’m repeating the HSG…BUT…just in case, he was talking about hysteroscopic tubal cannulation–he thought the most likely reason for blockage would be mucus. I have a child who is only 2 and had a m/c this last Feb., so I don’t think it’s structural or scarring, etc.

For those of you who have done this: Did you do it under local, regional or general anesthesia? I don’t think I’d have to have any type of corrective surgery - just go in to look around and maybe knock out some mucus. Could this be done under local?

Dee