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What is involved?

The radiologist will inject a small amount of dye into the uterus by passing an instrument through the cervix. X-rays can display the dye. Enough dye will be injected to permit the visualization of the uterine cavity and the pathways through the fallopian tubes. Spillage of the dye from each fallopian tube should be observed if the tubes are patent. Blockage of either or both tubes can be confirmed by failure to pass the dye. The procedure may cause some discomfort and spotting can occur afterwards.

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