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How do Mycoplasma and Chlamydia Cause Tubal Blockage?

How do mycoplasma and chlamydia cause tubal blockage


We understand that the common causes of tubal blockage is pathological barrier. Most pathological lesions caused by tubal diseases, such as mycoplasma and chlamydia stimulate the oviduct that make the salpingitis become serious. The performance is that Fibrosis of the wall of connective tissue hyperplasia tube , hardening and thickening the wall and thickening pipe body that lead to tubal blockage barrier.


The infection of Mycoplasma and Chlamydia may be caused by chronic purulent infection and fimbria adhesion blockage. It is shown in lumen contain thick pus, endometrium become pale and reduction or disappearance of mucosal folds. It can combine ovarian abscess adhesion with broad ligament and the posterior wall of the uterus adhesion.


The chronic infection of mycoplasma and chlamydia lead to the adhesion and blocking of umbrella's department,oviduct fluid and inflammatory exudate accumulated in the ampulla which make wall thickening and lumen narrowing. If the fallopian tube adhesion and blocking, then the fluid in pipe is difficult to discharge and absorb.


That is to say, western medicine antibiotics to cure the disease which can make mycoplasma, chlamydia became negative. However, if fallopian tube blockage did not receive effective treatment, it will be a life-long consequences. Therefore, the infection of mycoplasma,and chlamydia in gynecological diseases must engage in effective treatment that will not produce serious consequences of tubal blockage.


Chlamydia and Mycoplasma are a class of micro-organisms between bacteria and viruses. It is a new bacterial infection. The infection can spread through sexual intercourse, which is one of the main cause of female infertility. In recent years, the morbidity of infertility caused by chlamydia trachomatis salpingitis have showed a clear trend of increased. To prevent the infection of reproductive tract that is so important for curing infertility.


How do mycoplasma and chlamydia cause acute salpingitis


Acute salpingitis is caused by chlamydia trachomatis, mycoplasma, gonococcus, viruses, categories of non-specific bacteria, escherichia coli, anaerobes and so on. In general , acute salpingitis is caused by mixed infection of pathogenic microorganisms. After abortion, the period of postpartum and menstrual, Women's resistance will decreasing. It was caused by inflammation of adjacent tissues and organs.such as cervicitis,endometritis, suppurative appendicitis, peritonitis and so on. Vagina, cervix are affected that will infect pelvic,which lead to Female tubal adhesion,deformation and blocking. If this happens, women will be infertile. If fallopian tube have lesion that make it become narrowed, incomplete adhered, After sperm and egg impregnate in the position of oviduct. The lobated morula can not be successfully delivered to the uterine cavity, and it was blocked in the transmutative and narrow oviduct. So, there will be continued embryonic development, resulting in ectopic pregnancy.


Mycoplasma and chlamydia stimulate fallopian tube that lead to fallopian tube become transmutative. Even if the patients' mycoplasma and chlamydia became negative after the treated by western medicine, it is difficult for the transmutative fallopian tube to turn normal. This may still lead to ectopic pregnancy and infertility. For such patients, it is best done tubal check before pregnancy.


Chinese medicine have a unique effect on curing mycoplasma,chlamydia and infectious tubal blockage. Chinese medicine have a strong ability to kill bacteria, mycoplasma and chlamydia will became negative within three months. Hydrosalpinx and tubal empyema can be eliminated. It can clear fallopian tube and reach the effect of curing female infertility that caused by tubal blockage.

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