Hydrosalpinx and tubal adhesion: the differentiation and treatment
As the fallopian tube plays an important role in female fertility, tubal disease has been the top concern of many women. Common tubal diseases include salpingitis, adhesion, hydrosalpinx and tubal blockage. In fact, there is a progressive relationship between these diseases, so it is difficult to distinguish them directly from the symptoms sometimes. Take hydrosalpinx and adhesion for example. How to differentiate the two diseases?
Though the two diseases are different to tell apart simply from the symptoms, they can be distinguished by a hysterosalpingography (HSG).
During a HSG, a dye (contrast material) is put through a thin tube that is put through the vagina and into the uterus. Because the uterus and the fallopian tubes are hooked together, the dye will flow into the fallopian tubes. Pictures are taken using a steady beam of X-ray as the dye passes through the uterus and fallopian tubes. The pictures can show whether the tube is blocked and where the blockage is.
If the patient has hydrosalpinx, then the ampulla of fallopian tube is enlarged; there are bilateral or unilateral tubal contrast agents residual after 20 minutes; no contrast agent diffuses in the pelvic cavity. However, if the patient has tubal adhesion, the contrast agent flows deviously. From this, doctors can clearly know whether one has hydrosalpinx or tubal adhesion.
After the diagnosis, next is the treatment. Then how to treat these two diseases?
In clinic, surgeries are used to be adopted. However, as surgery inevitably causes damage to organs and decreases the natural conception rate, many patients tend to find a more conservative treatment.
To cure the disease safely and effectively, patients may consider adopting traditional Chinese medicine (TCM). Being made from pure herbs, TCM is safe and natural; it won't affect female fertility. Take fuyan pill for example.
Fuyan pill has achieved good results in treating both hydrosalpinx and tubal adhesion. With the effects of clearing away heat and dampness, removing toxic materials, promoting blood circulation, removing blood stasis and invigorating spleen, fuyan pill can kill the pathogens, promote the peristalsis of fallopian tubes and eliminate the lesions simultaneously. As a result, tubal adhesion and hydrosalpinx can be radically cured.
From the above introduction, we can clearly know that HSG can distinguish hydrosalpinx and tubal adhesion precisely. In addition, both diseases bring adverse effect on women's fertility, so patients should receive timely treatment after diagnosis. To treat tubal problems safely and effectively, patients can choose TCM such as fuyan pill.
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