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What Is Fallopian Tube Intervention And Recanalization?

Under the digital X-ray machine, a coaxial catheter system is inserted through the vagina, cervix, uterus and uterine horn into the fallopian tube under the direct view of a television screen to perform selective fallopian tube angiography. Next, the blocked fallopian tube is separated by recirculating through the catheter wire. This process is named fallopian tube intervention and recanalization.

 

So, what is the population that is suitable for fallopian tube intervention and recanalization?

 

 

Indications of fallopian tube intervention and recanalization.

 

1. Genitalia and pelvic cavity are free of infection 3 to 7 days after menstruation is clean.

 

2. There is bilateral or unilateral obstruction at the interstitial, narrow, and proximal ampullary parts of the fallopian tubes. The fallopian tube is unblocked but not smooth.

 

3. This procedure can be performed in cases where the cervix is too loose for conventional hysterosalpingography

 

4. The bilateral or unilateral fallopian tubes are unblocked but not smooth, too thin or twisted. The main method is catheter dilation, and then the drug is inserted through the catheter to reach the lesion site to reduce the degree of obstruction.

 

5. There is fallopian pregnancy. A catheter is inserted into the side of the fallopian tube and then a drug is injected to inactivate the embryo, terminate the pregnancy and treat ectopic pregnancy.

 

Contraindications of fallopian tube intervention and recanalization.

 

1. Acute or chronic inflammation of internal and external genitalia incurs acute or subacute attack.

 

2. There is a severe systemic disease that makes you unable to tolerate surgery.

 

3. Women is in the pregnancy period or menstrual period.

 

4. Avoid any surgery within 6 weeks after postpartum, abortion and curettage.

 

5. The obstruction of the distal ampullary of the fallopian tube and the end of the umbrella should not be recanalized with the guide wire.

 

6. Guidewire recanalization should not be performed in patients with severe uterine horn occlusion, reobstruction after ligation of tubal anastomosis and recanalization, and confirmed tuberculous tubal obstruction

 

 

Matters needing attention about fallopian tube intervention and recanalization.

 

1. Before the operation, the drug of activating blood circulation and removing blood stasis should be stopped.

 

2. Antibiotics can be taken orally and administered once on the day before the surgery, as well as hemostatic drugs. The herbal medicine Fuyan Pill is also suitable for patients with tubal problems, which features no side effects.

 

3. Sit less and exercise more three days after the surgery. such as running, rope skipping, square dancing and so on.

 

4. Sexual life is forbidden for one month after the surgery, and it is also forbidden during menstrual period.

 

5. No showers, no baths, no cold, while you need to keep warm.

 

6. Bolster nutrition, and eat less raw, cold, spicy and stimulating food.

 

 

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