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Unblocked Fallopian Tubes Naturally and Get Pregnant

Blocked fallopian tubes also known as tubal blockage is a major cause of infertility in women, because it can prevent PREGNANCY from occurring. Infertility in women due to blocked fallopian tubes is a matter of serious concern. Usually women have normal periods without any stomach pain or symptom and it is shocking for them when they learn about their fallopian tubes being blocked. Until they go for medical test they might not know about the tubal blockage or blocked fallopian tube obstruction.

What is Fallopian Tube Fallopian tubes are a pair of very thin ducts stuck to the both sides of uterus. These fallopian tubes connect ovaries with uterus transporting eggs from ovaries to uterus where fertilization takes place. Sometimes, infections or scarring from previous surgical treatments result in blocked fallopian tubes and women are no longer able to get pregnant. How Does Blocked Fallopian Tube Result In Infertility?

When ovulation takes place, it releases an egg from the ovary and this egg journeys through fallopian tubes to reach the uterus. On the other way, sperm cells also need swimming through uterus and fallopian tubes to meet egg which is necessary for PREGNANCY. In case of blocked fallopian tubes, egg does not reach uterus and sperm also fails to meet egg thus blocked fallopian tubes result in infertility, often make it harder for any woman to become pregnant.

Types of Fallopian Tubes Blockages

There are different types of fallopian tubes blockage, because fallopian tube can be blocked due to several reasons in different locations but the most common types of fallopian tubes blockage is as follows:-

·  Hydrosalpinx

Hydrosalpinx is a specific condition in which the fallopian tube is filled with the fluids due to an infection or damage. In normal situations, fallopian tubes get eggs from the ovaries. Sperm and egg meet in the fallopian tubes and then fertilized egg goes down to uterus (womb). If any damage occurs with the delicate fallopian tubes, it stops conception.Sometimes one fallopian tube gets damaged by Hydrosalpinx and sometimes both the tubes, when only one tube is damage by Hydrosalpinx there is very little chance that the women can still conceive but the chance is reduced compare to women having both tubes patent and in good condition. Women affected by severe tubal damage have to look for In-Vitro Fertilization (IVF) to get pregnant or other options.Fallopian tubes get damaged due to untreated tubal infection, sexually transmitted bacteria such as gonorrhea, chlamydia and damaged appendix. Fallopian tubes have very delicate fimbria extended to ovary and surgical treatment damages fimbria. Fimbria unite sperm and egg for fertilization but if fimbria are damaged, they block fallopian tubes. Excessive accumulation of fluids in the fallopian tubes stops fimbria from performing their function of carrying egg to sperm.

Medical Diagnosis & Treatment Options for Hydrosalpinx

Hydrosalpinx is diagnosed by using x-ray, ultrasound, laparoscopy and hysterosalpingogram (HSG). If tubal blockage or hydrosalpinx is not very severe, it can be repaired by surgical process to get pregnant naturally. Medical term used for this process is neosalpingostomy. Few women can benefit from neosalpingostomy but it is not very useful for every women. Overall consequences of neosalpingostomy are not satisfactory rather it increases the risk of life-threatening ectopic PREGNANCY. Women disappointed with neosalpingostomy are usually recommended IVF but In Vitro Fertilization is too expensive to afford for couples with average budget but there are other natural option to heal hydrosalpinx naturall and get pregnant.

· Pyosalpinx

Pyosalpinx is the presence of excessive pus in the fallopian tubes. Blockage of fallopian tubes with pus takes place in response to pelvic inflammatory diseases (PID). And this inflammatory disease results in tubal adhesion and destruction of fimbria. Too much increase in pus within the fallopian tubes makes it swollen. Chlamydia trachomatis and Neisseria gonorrhea cause PID and they are sexually transmitted bacteria. And these bacteria enter the reproductive system during abortion process, using intrauterine devices or childbirth process. Initially, infection starts within vagina but it affects uterus and fallopian tubes within short time.Women suffering from excessive vaginal discharge, weakness and pelvic pain must go for medical checkup for instant treatment. Pelvic ultrasound helps diagnose pyosalpinx. After diagnosing this tubal infection, you can go for surgical treatment but surgery is also a risky way to fertility. If you want to avoid any health risk, you must seek holistic approach to unblock your blocked fallopian tubes. These holistic methods include organic ingredients such as herbal tampons, herbal supplement and douches along with body cleansing to get back your lost fertility. 

· Hematosalpinx

A medical condition of fallopian tubes in which blood accumulates in the fallopian tubes is called hematosalpinx.  This severe tubal damagecreates pregnancy complications rather it leads to ectopic pregnancy. When menstrual bleeding gets blocked due to vaginal septum or it releases into peritoneal cavity, hematosalpinx takes place. Other symptoms are uterine bleeding and pelvic pain and this tubal blockage leads to tubal pregnancy. Usually women find surgical treatment as the only way to get pregnant with their blocked fallopian tubes. Successful pregnancy rate with surgical treatment is below than average. Rather fibrous tissues within the fallopian tubes get fused during surgery and afterwards create tubal blockage and adhesion.  Surgical treatment is not as reliable as natural treatment which include the six holistic step to repair damage tubes naturally.

· Chronic Salpingitis

Inflammation in fallopian tubes is called salpingitis and it not only leads towards permanent fallopian tubes blockage but also causes infertility. During sexual intimacy, chlamydia, staphylococcus, streptocossus and gonorrhea enter vagina and cause inflammation. This inflammation stimulates excessive secretion of fluid or pus within the fallopian tubes. If your one fallopian tube gets damaged, it transfers bacteria to the other tube through the lymph vessels. Chronic salpingitis occurs after abortion, after miscarriage, after insertion of IUD coil and after childbirth as well. This severe tubal blockage contributes to female infertility. Tubal blockage or salpingitis needs prompt treatment and if delay, it can destroy fallopian tubes. And damaged fallopian tubes would not let the eggs meet with the sperm cells.In most of the cases, women cannot realize that they are with salpingitis because there are no apparent symptoms of salpingitis. Anyhow, if you have to go through dysmenorrhea, painful ovulation, uncomfortable sexual intercourse, unusual spotting, unusual vaginal discharge, frequent urination, back or abdominal pain or fever, these symptoms might lead to chronic salpingitis. Medical Diagnosis & Treatment Options for Salpingitis Usually salpingitis is diagnosed through general examination,blood test, laparoscopy, mucus swab and pelvic examination.In time treatment of salpingitis will save you from other complications such as infection in uterus or ovaries. Surgery, Strong Antibiotics and hospitalization are commonly practiced treatment options for salpingitis.  

Location of Fallopian Tube Blockages

Medical research refers to four different locations for blocked fallopian tubes
·  Proximal Tubal Blockage 

· MidsegmentTubal Block

· Fimbria Complications

· Distal Tubal Obstruction

Proximal tubal blockage:  Takes place within isthmus after infection originated from childbirth complications, PID, miscarriage, abortion and regular usage of birth control drugs.

Midsegment tubal block: Takes place in result of tubal ligation injury. It happens when women try to prevent PREGNANCY forever through surgical procedure namely tubal ligation. Sometimes women want to get pregnant after preventing pregnancy for years and they take risk of removing tubal ligation. Such life-threatening steps damage tissues and cause midsegment tubal blockage. 

Fimbria complications: Damage fimbriae and prevent egg releasing from ovary to fallopian tubes. Distal tubal obstruction: Affects the end section of fallopian tubes. It takes place in result of sexually transmitted Chlamydia trachomatis septicity.This infection causes fallopian tube shrinking and pelvic pain. 

Whatever part of fallopian tubes gets damaged, it affects fertility. Women suffering from PID, uterine FIBROIDS, abdominal surgery or ectopic pregnancy are easy prey of blocked fallopian tubes and sometimes when uterine FIBROIDS are large they can compress on the fallopian tube causing blockage and preventing egg fertilized by sperm.

Why Does Fallopian Tube Blockage Occur? There are a number of reasons that contribute to the fallopian tubes blockage such as:

·    Pelvic Inflammatory Disease (PID)

·    Family planning (remains of birth prevention drugs may block fallopian tubes)

·   Bacterial infections such as Chlamydia trachomatis and Neisseria gonorrhea ·   Continuous abortions may also damage fallopian tubes ·  Past Surgery could cause Scarring, Adhesion, Scar tissues ·  Reoccurrence Infection and Ectopic pregnancy tighten fallopian tubes ·  Trauma leads towards blocked fallopian tubes 

·  Unhygienic delivery may also damage fallopian tubes

·  Endometriosis and tightness of organs nearby fallopian tubes cause vaginal infection

·  Ruptured appendix and abdominal surgery may also block fallopian tubes How To Diagnose Blocked Fallopian Tubes?

It's not easy to diagnose blocked fallopian tubes outwardly but medical science has introduced some medical tests for prompt diagnosis of blocked fallopian tubes.

​· Hysterosalpingogram (HSG)

HSG or Hysterosalpingogram testing (particular x-ray) is an advanced way to diagnose blocked fallopian tubes. During this particular diagnosis process, a very tiny tube is inserted through incision to pour dye in the cervix. After placing dye in the cervix, an x-rays covering your pelvic section is taken. If dye goes through uterus and fallopian tubes normally and flows around the ovaries within the pelvic opening, there is no fallopian tube blockage. But, if the situation is opposite, it means there is a blockage in the fallopian tubes. However, surgical dye may result in temporary unblocked fallopian tubes but this is not permanent solution. Women practicing surgical dye may have to suffer from blocked fallopian tubes after a few months’ surgical dye treatment. It also adds to the risks of inflamed tissues without fixing damages caused by fallopian tubes blockage.
·   Sonohysterography or Ultrasound

Ultrasound imaging or sonohysterographyis another way to diagnose blocked fallopian tubes or any sort of irregularity in the reproductive system. This is quite a safe process for quick detection of fallopian tubes blockage and it is used to track down likely problems e.g. uterine fibroids.Fallopian tubes are very thin and they require powerful diagnosis method to detect blockage. When we talk about sonohysterography or ultrasound, they are not very effective or reliable for exact checkup of blocked fallopian tubes.

·  Chromotubation

​Chromotubation is performed during laparoscopy to observe dye releasing from fallopian tubes. In fact, when HSG method is applied to trace the blockage in fallopian tubes, it is unable to see dye on x-ray. In such situations, chromotubation test brings clear-cut diagnostic report regarding blocked fallopian tubes but it requires laparoscopy surgery.
Laparoscopic surgery removes scar tissues but your age and blockage condition matters and most likely this medical option does not work without risk.

Medical Science Offers Multiple Solutions to Unblock Blocked Fallopian Tubes   More than 40% of women suffer from blocked fallopian tubes and they intend to put their time and efforts into practice to unblock blocked fallopian tubes. No doubt, fallopian tubes are very thin in size and it is difficult to bring them back to functioning after damage. Anyhow, today’s medical science offers multiple solutions to unblock blocked fallopian tubes.

Tubal Surgery

Abdominal surgery is performed through very small incision to restore or preserve the functions of fallopian tubes. Therapeutically performed tubal surgery includes tubouterine implantation, tubotubal anastomosis and salpingostomy. With salpingostomy process, doctors remove the particular part of your fallopian tube hydrosalpinx blocks. Main purpose of unblocking blocked fallopian tubes with salpingostomy is to create another opening in fallopian tube close to the ovary. But tubal surgery is not a permanent solution and women have to suffer from fallopian tubal blockage again within very short time. 

Tubal Cannulation

Tubal cannulation is another helpful option that proves helpful to unblock blocked fallopian tubes. Surgeon places catheter (tube) controlling it with a wire and he follows real-time ultrasound results to reach the exact area. He uses balloon on tubes to unblock the blocked fallopian tubes. Tubalcannulationis performed after selective salpingography. Doctors usually give tranquilizer to keep your nerves relaxed. This medical option is not invasive or expensive and you do not have to stay in a hospital for tubal cannulation but the chance of conception is limited.

Fimbrioplasty Fimbrioplasty is an approved process designed to unblock blocked fallopian tubes. It preserves or restores the functions of fallopian tubes to improve fertility. If you are going to try with fimbrioplasty, you must make it sure that you have been diagnosed complete infertility. This operation will unblock the blocked fallopian tube allowing successful access to get pregnant. This particular operation is not recommended to everyone for it is more expensive than the output it offers. Success rate with fimbrioplasty is 10-20% only.

Tubal Reanastomosis

Surgical process of tubal reanastomosis involves outpatient settings to remove blocked or tied fallopian tubes replacing these specific areas with well-designed replacement.

Risks Involved In Tubal Surgery

Whatever type of tubal surgery you opt for, it increases the risk of scar tissues and adhesion. Again there is also a risk of blocked fallopian tubes after reoccurrence after you have gone through tubal surgery. Surgical procedure also adds to the risks of pelvic infection, more scarring ectopic PREGNANCY and there are many negative after effects associated with these procedures.

Is IVF The Only Method To Fertility or Conception? 

If you are a woman wishing to get pregnant but fail due to fallopian tubes blockage, it's imperative that you treat your fallopian tube blockage. You may opt for in vitro fertilization (IVF) to by-pass the blocked fallopian tubes to assist conception but this is not the only way to fertility. Sometimes, women with blocked fallopian tubes have to practice IVF more than 2-5 times but even then they fail in conceiving and blockage fluid keeps interfering with their fertilization or result in early miscarriage. Despite being safe with fewer side effects, IVF is not as successful as experts expect it to be. Moreover, IVF is a costly solution to avoid fallopian tube blockage and it may cost up to thousands of dollars without guaranteed coverage of fertility treatments and many women are often disappointed and depressed after many failed attempts while few women are luck but the percentage is too poor compare to the failure.

Meanwhile, there are natural options to unblock your fallopian tubes and these options are 100% risk-free and give better success pregnancy rate and permanently open the fallopian tubes without reoccurrence. It's called FalloCure - 6 Steps Blocked Fallopian Tube Kit which I have use for my private clients with excellent results, without any side effect. It is often more effective, easier and safer to go with natural herbal treatments designed with the intention of healing blocked fallopian tubes without any invasive surgical procedures.