A 34-year-old female asked:
If you stop smoking can your fallopian tubes heal and undo blockage? I have had 3 etopic pregnancies none ruptured. Have both tubes still.
1 doctor answer
Dr. Philip Gilly answered
38 years experience in Addiction Medicine
It is Doubtful: Stopping smoking would benefit your health in many, many ways. Unfortunately, once fallopian tubes become narrowed or blocked by inflammation or scar tissue, this will probably not change just because you stopped smoking.
Answered on Jun 11, 2013
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