Our expert says:
In many cases where there is bilateral (that means both sides) tubal blockage, as well as some degree of cervical resistance, fluid will accumulate in the endometrial cavity. This is more likely to occur when there is an attempt at ovarian stimulation as in this case where fertimed is being used. It is also seen in cases where invitro fertlization is being attempted using injectable ovarian stimulation agents. The main problem is an excessive secretion of fluid from the lining of the womb which accumulates in the cavity and appears as a sac in the uterus. This is not a true sac of pregnancy but a pseudosac.
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