Tubal blockage is one of the most common causes of infertility in women. In fact, according to statistics, 1 out of every 4 cases of female infertility is caused by blockages/damages to the fallopian tubes.

Hearing that you have blocked fallopian tubes can feel so scary. The case becomes even worse when you hear from your doctor that the only way out is IVF.

Once diagnosed of tubal blockage, some of the questions that may be going through your mind would be; What does it mean? Where would you have gotten it from? Will you still be able to get pregnant? And so on…

Getting pregnant can be tough without a known cause. However, it can even be tougher for those dealing with blocked Fallopian tubes to get that positive pregnancy test report they so desire.

After helping hundreds of women to overcome infertility for almost 10 years, taking the organic route, our mother company (Plan B Wellness Limited) has decided to dedicate the whole of this website (tubalblockageremedy.com.ng), to issues concerning tubal blockage and how to overcome it naturally, without having to undergo any surgical procedure.

In this write-up, we shall be covering everything you need to know about blocked Fallopian tubes such as the causes, types of tubal blockage, signs and symptoms of tubal blockage as well as the natural solution to open blocked fallopian tubes without surgery.

What Are Fallopian Tubes?

In the female reproductive tract, there is one ovary and one fallopian tube on each side of the uterus. Fallopian tubes are the muscular ‘J-shaped’ slender tubes found in the female reproductive tract that connect the ovaries to the uterus.

The main function of the Fallopian tubes is to assist in the transfer and transport of the ovum (egg) from the ovary to the uterus during ovulation so that fertilization can take place, if you have sex with your partner around that period.

Other names for the Fallopian tubes are uterine tubes, oviducts or salpinx.

What’s the Role of Fallopian Tube in Pregnancy

Fallopian tube plays a functional position in child-bearing. From the definition above, the major role of a fallopian tube is a means of transportation of the egg to the uterus.

Conversely, a pregnancy starts with fertilization, which primarily occurs in the fallopian tube. Fertilization occurs when sperm travels up through the vagina into the cervix and meets an egg in the fallopian tube.

The fertilized egg then moves down to the uterus, where it attaches to the uterine wall for implantation as well as development.

In a condition whereby one or more fallopian tube(s) are blocked, it can prevent the egg from coming down into the uterus and stop the sperm from reaching the egg as well. 

Hence, when there is tubal blockage, the passage for sperm to get to the eggs, as well as the path back to the uterus for the fertilized egg is blocked.

Then, getting pregnant becomes difficult. 

Understanding Tubal Blockage

Approximately, 1 in 4 women with infertility have a tubal blockage. This condition makes achieving pregnancy difficult (if not even totally impossible), since healthy fallopian tubes are needed for the egg to be transported to the uterus and for fertilization to occur.

Different types of tubal blockage can cause different problems – from infertility and recurrent miscarriage to a higher chance of ectopic pregnancy.

Common reasons for blocked fallopian tubes include scar tissue, infection, and pelvic adhesions.

Types of Tubal Blockage?

Depending on the location of the blockage and symptoms that upshot from the blockage, the types of tubal blockage are categorized below;


hydrosalpinx tubal blockage

Hydrosalpinx refers to a fallopian tube that’s blocked with a watery fluid. To break down the term, “hydro” means water and “salpinx” means fallopian tube.

This condition is typically caused by a previous pelvic or sexually transmitted infection, a condition like endometriosis, or previous surgery.

Although, some women don’t experience any symptoms, others may experience constant or frequent pain in the lower abdomen or unusual vaginal discharge.

In all cases, the condition can have an impact on your fertility. Getting pregnant without assistant nearly becomes difficult, if both tubes are blocked as a result of hydrosalpinx.

Proximal Tubal Occlusion

Proximal tubal occlusion is blockage of the fallopian tubes where they connect to the uterus. Mucus plugs, fibroids, endometriosis, scarring or inflammation can cause this type of tubal disease.

Proximal tubal blockage makes up 10% to 25% of cases of tubal disease and it is usually diagnosed by HSG.

Salpingitis isthmica nodosa (SIN)

Salpingitis isthmica nodosa, or SIN, is one type of proximal tubal disease that is not easily correctible and deserves special mention.

The cause of SIN has not been well established, but is associated with endometriosis and may be related to prior inflammation in the tube.

However, women with SIN are at increased risk for infertility and ectopic pregnancy (pregnancy in the fallopian tube).

Tubal ligation or sterilization

This occur when the tubes are blocked due to a prior sterilization procedure.

What Causes Tubal Blockage?

Listed below and the major causes of tubal blockage;

Pelvic Inflammatory Disease (PID): PID is an infection of the uterus or fallopian tubes that is contracted when sexually transmitted bacteria, such as chlamydia and gonorrhoea, spread from the vagina to the uterus and fallopian tubes.

Infections can cause the tissues of the fallopian tubes to swell, sometimes causing blockage. If left untreated, scar tissue may develop within the fallopian tubes, causing further blockage.

Scar Tissues: Scar tissue can create a physical barrier within the fallopian tubes, preventing eggs and sperm from moving freely within the reproductive system.

Scar tissue may develop as a complication of PVD (peripheral vascular disease) and infection but may also occur as a result of a previous abdominal or pelvic surgery.

One common surgical cause of scar tissue in the fallopian tubes is surgery for ectopic pregnancy.

Ectopic pregnancy is a condition in which a fertilized egg develops within the fallopian tube instead of the uterus. Surgery often needs to be performed to remove the embryo because ectopic pregnancy can be life-threatening.

Endometriosis: Endometrial tissue can build up in the fallopian tubes and cause a blockage. Endometrial tissue on the outside of other organs can also cause adhesions that block the fallopian tubes.

Certain sexually transmitted infections (STIs); Chlamydia and gonorrhoea can cause scarring and lead to pelvic inflammatory disease (PID).

Fibroids: These growths can block the fallopian tube, particularly where they attach to the uterus.

Past abdominal surgery: Past surgery, especially on the fallopian tubes themselves, can lead to pelvic adhesions that block the tubes.

In addition, one can’t really prevent many causes of blocked fallopian tubes because most are as a result of surgeries or infection. However, you can decrease your risk of STIs by using a condom during sexual intercourse. Especially if you keep multiple sex partners.

Symptoms of Tubal Blockage?

Blocked fallopian tubes don’t often cause symptoms. Many women don’t know they have blocked tubes until they try to get pregnant and have trouble.

The primary sign that there is a blockage is usually the inability to conceive

In some cases, blocked fallopian tubes can lead to mild, regular pain on one side of the abdomen. This usually happens in a type of blockage called a hydrosalpinx.

Conversely, conditions that can lead to a blocked fallopian tube can cause their own symptoms. For example, endometriosis and pelvic inflammatory disease (PID) often cause very painful and heavy periods, pelvic pain and painful sexual intercourse.

Diagnosing Tubal Blockage

diagnosing tubal blockage

There are several diagnostic tests to help diagnose tubal blockages. Three minimally invasive procedures that check for tubal swelling or obstructions are hysterosonograms (HSN), hysterosalpingograms (HSG), and laparoscopy with chromotubation of the tubes. 

Hysterosonograms (HSN)

An HSN is a type of high-resolution ultrasound used with a saline solution rather than dyes and x-rays. The process is less demanding on the body and offers a clear visual representation of the female reproductive system, allowing a specialist to see any abnormalities within it.

Hysterosalpingogram (HSG)

An HSG provides a more in-depth look into the fallopian tubes by using an iodine liquid filled into the uterus, which is contrasted by an x-ray that shows you how the liquid moves throughout your reproductive system

Laparoscopy with Chromotubation 

This, being one of the most demanding procedure of the three, a laparoscopy with chromotubation is an in-patient procedure carried out with general anaesthesia. 

Is Surgery Good for Tubal Blockage?

surgery for tubal blockage

Before you consider going under the knife to open a blocked fallopian tube, one thing you should have in mind is that reproductive surgical procedures come with their own complications and possible risks as well, one of which could be damages to surrounding organs or tissues of even development of scar tissues.

Click here to read about 3 major causes of Pelvic Adhesion and the way out

Patients with operated fallopian tubes are at increased risk for ectopic pregnancy and other pregnancy complications.

Looking at the various side effects about surgical treatment, there is a natural replacement for treating tubal blockage without surgery and with no adverse effects.

Interesting isn’t it? Introducing;

Natural Remedy to Overcome Tubal Blockage

As mentioned earlier, we go the way of natural and organic remedies only. If not for anything, you have the assurance that there would not be any adverse effect by making use of our remedy, unlike a surgical procedure.

This TubalCare Remedy Combo has helped a lot of women in different countries around the world.

See an examples below;

Pregnancy Testimony after treating tubal blockage and severely damaged UTERUS due to ADHESION with Plan B Wellness remedy

At present, when it comes to overcoming blocked Fallopian tubes using organic means, a therapy we have used for almost 10 years with hundreds of success stories from different countries around the world is the TUBAL BLOCKAGE REMEDY KIT that works for all forms of tubal blockages.

Check out more success stories about Plan B Wellness’s Tubal Blockage Remedy Kit here.

The kit is an integrated therapy comprising of organic herbs, diet management and more.

Click here for details about Tubal Blockage Remedy Kit and how to purchase it

You can also contact us using the contact details given below. The remedy kit works for all forms of tubal blockage.

Use the comment box below to ask your questions about Fallopian tube blockage or female infertility in general. Our team of experts is always available and ready to help.

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  1. Awan Hadassa
    March 2, 2022

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    March 3, 2022

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    March 10, 2022

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    March 18, 2022

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  5. Joyce
    April 17, 2022

    The information is very educative giving options on what to do.
    However, not withstanding the effects, this remedy if truly can do the work, then let’s try and hope for the best.

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  7. Ajani bukola
    April 20, 2022

    Thank u sir .I need your help about blockage ,mestra problem

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  8. Nansubuga rehema
    April 27, 2022

    If one of my tubes is blocked can’t I concieve with the other thats not blocked?

  9. Charis Rachael Tobi
    May 10, 2022

    Please how much is the Remedy kit, I need one

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