Infertility: Century-Old Procedure Offers New Hope

A medical procedure dating back 100 years may offer new hope to infertile couples. Medical News Today reports that this fertility procedure should be less expensive and quicker than traditional in vitro fertilization methods. Flushing the fallopian tubes with iodized poppy seed oil, a procedure called hysterosalpingography (HSG), was first used as an infertility treatment in 1917. It was originally used to enhance X-ray imaging. Although it was designed as a diagnostic tool for women who were...

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