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What Can Block Fallopian Tubes After Child Birth
Many Causes: Some times an infection develops that can block the tubes. If a woman has a cesarean delivery, sometimes scar tissues develops that blocks the tubes. It is also possible that the tubes were damaged or infection before delivery and over time the damage just got worse and eventually caused the tubes to be blocked. ...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
My wife's fallopian tubes on the birth of my third child were tied 10-10-2009 and all children delivery by surgery . Now we want an other baby. ?
Can i get pregnat after having fallopian tubes removed? Is removing the tubes 100% effective of birth control.
Why would a women have a burning sensation in her fallopian tubes I am on birth control the shot i also have a STD which is herpes and i also have other medical issues
Most women are unable to delineate pain in the fallopian tubes versus general pelvic pain. For this reason multiple issues need to be ruled out. This includes std's and/or pelvic inflammatory disease, ovarian cysts, ectopic pregnancy, urine infection, cervicitis, etc. Please visit your gynecologist or family doctor for an evaluation.
Best of luck. ...Read more
I always have painful mestural cramps that go down my right thigh and lately my fallopian tubes have been hurting. My doc said i may have a cyst but I've been on birth control for 4 months now?
Ovarian cyst pain: Very large ovarian cysts often do not respond to suppression with the oral contraceptives and may need re-evaluation by your GYN MD. ...Read more
Variable: One blocked fallopian tube can be caused by disease that affected the other tube. In that case then the success rate may be low. If you had a tubal reversal but only one tube reversed then the success rate is the same as two tubes. So as you can see the success rates can be highly variable. Get a complete evaluation and review options with your doctor. Best wishes. ...Read more
Was told I have a blocked fallopian tube and that there is no way to fix it so how can I have a baby?
What are the symptoms of blocked fallopian tubes ? We are healthy couples with good test results but trying to have baby with no success.
Tubal factors: Tubal abnormalities account for a lot of cases of female infertility. Your gynecologist can discuss diagnostic techniques, such as a hysterosalpingogram. If you are diagnosed with tubal obstruction, there are surgical treatments for mild distal disease, such as fimbrioplasty or salpingostomy. In vitro fertilization may be a better option than tubal reconstruction in some cases, though. ...Read more
IVF: In vitro fertilization. That is a treatment where the eggs are removed from the ovary and the sperm is placed inside the eggs. The the early pregnancy (embryo) is placed inside the uterus. In other words, everything that is normally done inside the fallopian tube is now done without relying on the tube. ...Read more
No: If it's a true blockage, there is no natural fix. ...Read more
Apoptosis: If not fertilized, the egg melts away. ...Read more
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
Blocked fallopiantub: No there is no medication to open a blocked fallopian tube. ...Read more
Fallopian tubes: Blocked Fallopian tubes means the egg is unable to follow the route from the ovary to the uterus, making pregnancy difficult. They may be blocked for various reasons, including infection. Ovulation should still be occurring if you are in the age of fertility. I'm not sure what non detected means. Ask your GYN. All the best. ...Read more
Disease Complication: Simple appendectomy has a very low risk for long term complication. However, if the appendix has perforated before surgery, regional peritonitis can lead to scarring of your tubes. It really should not be considered a surgical complication but the result of an infectious/inflammatory process. Pid/std, colitis, ibd, can do the same as a perforated appendicitis to the tubes. ...Read more
Hormones by blood: An open fallopian tube is only needed for the egg to pass through. As the egg is developing in the ovary it produces hormones - estrogen and then Progesterone after ovulation. These hormones go through the bloodstream to reach the uterus and cause the lining to grow and shed in a cyclic fashion. The egg still ovulates but just gets resorbed in the abdomen. ...Read more
IVF or surgery: Ivf is the best treatment for blocked fallopian tubes. It has the highest chance of producing a pregnancy and very little risk. However, surgery can be considered to try to unblock the tubes. Because ivf is so successful, surgery has become much less popular as a treatment. ...Read more
Maybe, sometimes: Theoretically this makes sense but studies have failed to show this is clearly true. There are many kinds of block that will definitely NOT be unblocked with dye, whether it helps in other cases is still inconclusive. There are other methods for unblocking some tubes. Good wishes. ...Read more
Catheter: Most of the time a single blocked tube means that there was tubal spasm or a mucous plug. If it is spasm, a repeat HSG hopefully will show a patent tube. Otherwise the tube can be catheterized to flush the plug off. ...Read more
Remove Hydrosalpinx: If the fallopian tube is blocked and filled with fluid, it should be removed prior to ivf. Pregnancy rates are about 30% lower and miscarriage rates about 30% higher if a fluid filled hydrosalpinx is present. ...Read more
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