Blocked fallopian tubes are a common cause of infertility in women. They can affect fertility in two ways: by preventing sperm from reaching an egg, and by preventing a fertilized egg from reaching the uterus.
Either scenario can prevent a woman from becoming pregnant.
This article looks at different questions regarding fallopian tube blockage and also outlines the best natural treatment for blocked tubes.
Starting from the basics;
What are Blocked Fallopian Tubes?
The fallopian tubes are female reproductive organs that connect the ovaries to the uterus. Their function is to allow a fertilized egg to pass from the ovaries to the uterus for implantation.
A blockage in the fallopian tubes prevents sperm from reaching the egg. It can also prevent a fertilized egg from making its way to the uterus.
In fact, blocked fallopian tubes are responsible for 25–30% of all infertility cases in women.
The fallopian tubes may become blocked due to damage, inflammation, or scarring. The tube can block as a result of:
- previous infections, such as chlamydia or gonorrhea
- pelvic inflammatory disease (PID)
- previous ectopic pregnancy
- previous surgery
Below are four of the most-asked questions about blocked fallopian tubes;
(1) Can I get Pregnant With Blocked Fallopian Tubes?
Naturally, no! When both fallopian tubes are blocked, getting pregnant naturally becomes difficult. However, assistance of in vitro fertilization (IVF) may be required to get pregnant if both tubes are blocked.
In vitro fertilization (IVF) works by developing the embryo outside of the body in a controlled laboratory setting and transferring it to the uterus through a small insemination catheter.
Over time, the embryo grows naturally in the same fashion as a traditional pregnancy without relying on the fallopian tubes to function.
(2) Can I Get Pregnant With Only One Fallopian Tube?
Do not confuse this with the first question. The first question is about two blocked fallopian tubes while this is referring to a situation whereby only one of the tubes is blocked.
The answer is yes. The fallopian tubes are a pair of tubes that eggs travel through to get from the ovaries to the uterus.
Each month, during a process called ovulation, one of the ovaries releases an egg that travels down one of the fallopian tubes, where it may or may not be fertilized by a sperm.
You might have only one fallopian tube if you’ve had pelvic surgery, an infection, a tumour or a past ectopic pregnancy.
Occasionally, some women are born with only one tube. However, you may still be able to get pregnant with only one tube if:
- You have at least one functioning ovary
- You have monthly menstrual cycles (ovulate)
- The available fallopian tube is healthy and patent
If you’re unable to get pregnant after trying to conceive with only one fallopian tube, or if you have a known history of problems with your fallopian tube, see your gynaacologist or a reproductive endocrinologist for evaluation.
(3) Can Someone With Tubal Blockage Menstruate?
Yes. The menstrual cycle does not have anything to do with the condition of your fallopian tubes.
During a normal menstrual cycle, the lining of your uterus, called the endometrium, begins to thicken in preparation for becoming pregnant.
If you don’t become pregnant that month, your body sheds the endometrium during menstruation and the process starts over.
However, note that some women with blocked fallopian tubes do face heavy periods and spotting problems.
(4) Can Tubal Blockage Be Treated Naturally?
Absolutely and completely. The type of treatment a woman will take will depend on the severity of the damage to the fallopian tubes.
There are proven natural remedies that have been used and confirmed to work for opening blocked Fallopian tubes naturally without surgery.
This Kit has helped a lot of women in different countries around the world.
See an example below;
The woman with the testimony above has already been relegated to IVF by her doctor but she got treated successfully with our Tubal Blockage Remedy kit which is far cheaper than what an IVF would have costed her family.
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There are more questions concerning blocked fallopian tubes especially with women going through this condition and trying so hard to get pregnant.
Generally, dealing with tubal blockage and other infertility issues can lead to being so inquisitive and trying to get solution that works.
Note that irrespective of what you are using, you have to be conscious of the root cause and avoid reoccurrence of such condition you were initially treating.
This is why at Plan B Wellness Limited, based on interactions with women dealing with tubal blockage from different points of view over the years, we have come up with the best herbal remedy for fallopian tube blockage.
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