How could a blocked fallopian tube be opened without surgery?

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.
Radiologist. Sometimes a radiologist can insert a small catheter (narrow tube) inside the cervix under the guidance of x ray technology. This tube can sometimes go through a blockage and open it up.

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I have one blocked fallopian tube...I wanted to know what's the best alternative to surgery to unblock this tube?

Cannulation. Depending on where the blockage is, sometimes a radiologist can perform a special type of x ray where at the same time they use a small catheter to try to unblock the tube. Not every radiologist is skilled in that and not every patient is an appropriate candidate for that procedure. Read more...
IVF. It depends on if you define "best" by what will get you the highest chance of getting pregnant immediately. Technically, ivf is not an alternative to surgery, because it involves minor surgery itself. Read more...
Depends on where. Tubal blockage where the tube leaves the uterus may have little overall effect on pregnancy if the other tube is open. Blockage at the end of the tube though is very detrimental to pregnancy even from the other tube. Due to fluid moving from the blocked tube into the uterus. If that's the case, likely need some surgery to fix the problem; removal or repair via laparoscopy. Read more...

Will bayberry herb help a blocked fallopian tube?

No. You cannot 'take' anything to unblock a tube, it's like your kitchen drain was clogged: you need a plumber to open the drain. Read more...

How does one menstruate with a blocked fallopian tube?

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...

Can your blocked fallopian tube be unblocked with blue dye?

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...

Was told I have a blocked fallopian tube and that there is no way to fix it so how can I have a baby?

IVF. I am sorry to hear about your plight. It looks like your best bet iwill be ivf (in-vitro fertilization) using your own eggs and your husband's sperm. Good luck! Read more...
Expensive/possible. You can work with a fertility center to stimulate your ovaries. They can harvest eggs , fertilize them with dads sperm and form embryos. After stimulating your uterus, they can implant the fertilized eggs in your uterus, bypassing the tubes. This is expensive & not covered by insurers, but it is a way. Read more...

How to cured blocked fallopian tube after an std?

Depends on degree . Of damage. This often can not be determined until surgery. You should find a highly skilled reproductive surgeon. Even most reproductive endocrinologists don't do much tubal surgery. Most want to remove and do ivf. Depending on age and level of damage the fertility rates with tubal repair can be quite good. Good luck. Read more...