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Can Scar Tissue Be Removed From Fallopian Tubes
The body is composed of tissue that are classically described as beiing derived from three basic embyonic layers known as the endoderm, mesoderm and ectoderm that then differentiate into the structures that compose the body such as skin, soft tissues, bone, muscle, organs, etc. Stem cells are not differentiated and have the potential to ...Read more
No one knows: While serrapeptase has been touted to digest scars and inflammation, there have been no reliable clinical studies to prove the claims. It is hard to scientifically understand how a peptide, when taken orally, can exert its effects as things are broken down by the digestive process and would not expect to get into the systemic system unchanged. Sorry, save your money! ...Read more
I have a blocked fallopian tube. I heard that serrapeptase is great for removing scar tissue. Will this interfere with other meds I am taking.
Not proven: Serrapeptase is categorized as a dietary supplement. There is not proven science supporting the idea that it would open a blocked fallopian tube. Before you spend money and time I would consult an Obgyn and clarify the status of both fallopian tubes. Then if you are trying to conceive an effective plan of care can be established to help you achieve your goal. ...Read more
Should serrapeptase (using to treat scar tissue in fallopian tubes) be used along with vitex (to treat pcos)?
Neither are useful: There is no scientific evidence that serratiopeptidase (serrapeptidase) affects any cause of infertility, including scarring in or around the fallopian tubes. There is evidence that vitex agnus-castus may help with pms symptoms and cyclic mastalgia (breast pain) but no studies showing that it helps women with pcos or infertility. If you have pcos and damaged tubes you need to see a rei specialist. ...Read more
A woman with regular periods, smoked 4-5 cigarettes a day for 2 months, can this be the cause of scar tissues and blockade of fallopian tubes?
Can be tested: An OB can do various tests to assess whether the fallopian tubes are open and functional, but there are limitations on knowing if they may have some scaring.I would contact a local source and have a sit down discussion of your concerns and plan out what to do. ...Read more
Best to bypass them: While scarred tubes can sometimes be partially repaired, the results are generally poor and you can only rearrange the scarring, not eliminate it. There has been such enormous advances in various assisted reproductive technologies in the past 20+ years that trying to surgically repair fallopian tubes makes little sense. ...Read more
I may have scarred fallopian tubes, is it safe to try for a baby if they just may be scarred? Or should I get checked first?
See your doc: If you know that you have scarred fallopian tubes, then you should see your doc before attempting to get pregnant. Scarred tubes will make it more difficult to get pregnant and increase the chances of a tubal pregnancy. An OB doc can help you assess what is the safest course of action to ensure a safe pregnancy. ...Read more
Blocked tubes ?: Fallopian tubes become blocked secondary to inflammation, usually caused by infection or endometriosis. The scarring occurs inside the tubes from the origin in the uterus to the end of the tubes. Often, infection does not produce many symptoms, so making sure one's partner(s) is not infectious is very important to preserve fertility. ...Read more
Will smoking cause blockade in fallopian tubes or development of cysts in ovary or scar in the fallopian tube?
Not typically: A plain transvaginal sono will not usually show a chronic scar of the fallopian tubes. Injecting sterile saline into the uterine lumen can allow for visualization of the tubes and if fluid is then seen in the abdomen then patency of at least one tube may be inferred. This is called a sono hysterogram. ...Read more
If a Fallopian tube has scarring would the scarring usually be on the inside or the outside of the tube or both?
Outside: Commonly scar tissue kinks the tube disrupts transport ...Read more
My doctors report on my HSG test read as follows: findings suggesting patent fallopian tube and possible scarring in the pelvis. What does this means.
HSG report: This means that the fallopian tubes are open allowing for egg and sperm to reach each other. But that the shape is a little distorted meaning there could be some scar tissue around the tubes. Scar tissue can be formed by previous surgeries, appendix issues, pelvic infections and endometriosis. ...Read more
Does medical abortion caused scarring in the uterus or problems with ovaries/fallopian tube. And problems conceiving?
I had my tubes clamped 12yrs ago an just had a bunch of scar tissue removed what's my chances on aving another baby because i want one ?
Depends: You won't have kids unless you do something. Reversals are rarely perfect & could set you up for a tubal pregnancy. You could have a fertility center harvest some of your eggs, fertilize them with dad's sperm & implant your prepared uterus. This would bypass the blockage. All choices have their expense & work attached but if you do nothing, no kids! ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
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I had my urethra rebuilt about seven weeks ago and I still have a catheter in. How long does it take for the scar tissue to form around the tube?
Here are some ....: The duration for indwelling catheter after open urethrolasty for urethral stricture widely varies depending on the nature of tissue, length & location of stricture, surgeon's observation and experience, etc. So, please direct this specific question to your surgeon since others' would be unfair and unrealistic for your individual circumstance and need. Work with Doc and best wish ... ...Read more
Adenoidect. complic.: Tonsils are not close to the eustachian tubes, but an improperly done adenoidectomy (too far laterally) can scar them. ...Read more
Aka oviduct, uterine tube, or salpinx. It is basically a small tube connecting between the ovary and the uterus. This tube carries the eggs from the ovary area to the unterus. This is the tube that is cut/tied-up/or burned in women having the tuboligation procedure for permanent birth control purpose. Have ...Read more
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