Blocked Fallopian Tubes

Blocked Fallopian Tubes – What You Must Know

The Fallopian tubes, known as a crucial part of the female reproductive system, are hardly known to the depth in women as most women believe that conception occurs in the uterus. In the real sense, the Fallopian tubes act as a pathway, a connection between the ovaries and the uterus and a location where fertilization occurs

The Fallopian Tubes

Every woman has two thin passages or tubes (Fallopian tubes) located at the left and the right side of each ovary. During every month and particularly during ovulation, an ovary releases an egg that is sent down to the Fallopian tube and in case a woman engages in unprotected sex, the sperms will travel to the Fallopian tube rendering fertilization to occur.

In the case of a blockage in these tubes, the egg and the sperms can’t meet which causes infertility. However, fertility experts indicate that a woman with one working tube can still get pregnant though conception chances are higher in case both Fallopian tubes are normal

Causes of Blocked Fallopian Tubes

The commonest causes of blocked Fallopian tubes include scar tissue, pelvic adhesion, and infections. These adhesions normally result from a past surgery that causes the internal organs to join together. Other causes include;

  • Pelvic Inflammatory disease
    A PID can greatly affect the Fallopian tube, causing a blockage and it mostly occurs when scarring is severe.
  • Hydrosalpinx is a common type of blockage where the Fallopian tube gets filled with a watery fluid
  • Sexually Transmitted Diseases
    STDs such as Chlamydia and Gonorrhea can cause scarring or lead to a PID which can result in scarring
  • Endometriosis
    An endometrial tissue on the outside of the uterus can result in scarring leading to the blockage of the Fallopian tubes
  • Past Ectopic Pregnancy
    Ectopic pregnancies are those where the fertilized egg implants outside the uterus and this can cause scarring in the Fallopian tubes
  • Abdominal surgeries
    Any kind of abdominal surgery can cause scarring in the Fallopian tubes

Symptoms of Blocked Fallopian Tubes

Blocked Fallopian tubes don’t show any symptom, but the underlying root cause can show certain symptoms such as;

  • Pelvic pain
  • Painful menstrual periods
  • Heavy bleeding
  • Periods that don’t get better despite taking painkillers

Most women don’t know that they have blocked Fallopian tubes until it’s time to conceive

Blocked Fallopian Tubes Treatment

For Blocked Fallopian tubes treatment in India, the fertility expert will first of all conduct an examination (diagnosis) to ascertain whether your infertility is due to blocked Fallopian tubes or not.

Hysterosalpingography (HSG) is a type of X-ray in which a fertility expert will send a dye into your uterus and the Fallopian tubes while he or she views the Fallopian tubes. This procedure is commonly performed during the proliferative phase

A laparoscopy is another minimally invasive procedure that a fertility expert may choose to perform and in case any problem is found in the tubes, it will be corrected

A surgery to repair or remove scars and adhesion can be performed to correct your Fallopian tubes. In other cases, the damaged parts can be removed and the surgeon will join the normal parts of the tubes. This kind of treatment may hike your Blocked Fallopian Tube Treatment Cost in India

Conception & Fertility with Blocked Fallopian Tubes

Much as you may suffer from Blocked Fallopian tubes, there are still chances to have your own baby. The conception chances can be increased through surgery and if not, ART (Assisted Reproductive Technology) can help you get biological children.
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