Blocked fallopian tubes are mostly caused by inflammation, and there are no obvious symptoms at the initial stage. When patients go to the hospital, generally they are already in the chronic infection stage, chronic interstitial salpingitis will happen. So, knowing the symptoms of blocked fallopian tubes is really important.
Pain and discomfort in the lower abdomen
Lower abdominal pain is one of the early symptomatic symptoms of patients with blocked fallopian tubes, and most of them are insidious discomfort. The main symptoms are pain, ache, and heavy feelings in the lower back and lumbosacral part, which aggravated significantly after overwork.
In addition, because blocked fallopian tubes are often accompanied by pelvic diseases, patients may have two kinds of symptoms, the filling pain or emptying pain of bladder and rectum, and the irritation of bladder and rectum, such as frequent urination and urgent urination.
The fallopian tube is adjacent to the ovary. Generally, the disease of the fallopian tube does not affect the function of the ovary, nor does it affect the volume of bleeding during menstruation. Only when the inflammation affects the ovary and causes damage to the function of the ovary can the abnormal menstruation appear.
Polymenorrhea and menorrhagia are the most common symptoms, which may be the result of pelvic congestion and ovarian dysfunction. Due to chronic inflammation, uterine fibrosis, uterine involution, or adhesions caused by abnormal uterine position can cause menorrhagia.
Once pathological changes occur in the fallopian tubes, it is easy to cause local blockage, which leads to infertility, especially common in secondary infertility. For causes of female infertility, the possibility of blocked fallopian tubes should be considered first.
Pelvic congestion caused by blocked fallopian tubes is easy to cause dysmenorrhea, and abdominal pain will appear one week before menstruation. The pain will become much more severe as menstruation approached. Until menstruation comes, the pain will continue to be stable and disappear after menstruation.
Abnormal vaginal discharge
Women are more likely to have abnormal vaginal discharge after the occurrence of blocked fallopian tubes. Inflammatory infection of the fallopian tube results in a large amount of inflammatory secretion in the lumen. If the health of the adjacent uterus is affected will be is more yellow than usual, and it will become more viscous, even mixed with blood.
In sever cares, in addition to infertility, dysmenorrhea and other symptoms, patients may also have painful sex, gastrointestinal disorders, fatigue, weaker physique, mental disorders and depression.
It is suggested that women with salpingitis or history of abortions should go to a regular hospital for diagnosis and treatment, so as to avoid serious consequences.
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