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Who are in Blocked Fallopian Tubes High-risk Groups? How to Treat It?

There are no typical clinical symptoms of tubal blockage, and the most important manifestation of patients is infertility. Some patients may experience cyclic dysmenorrhea, increased leucorrhea, gastrointestinal disorders, psychoneurological symptoms, and mental depression. 


It is crucial for women with fertility needs to have a tubal examination, especially for women prone to tubal blockage, which must be treated early. The following is a brief description of the groups of people prone to tubal blockage and clinical treatment.



What types of people are prone to get blocked fallopian tubes?


The tubal blockage is expected in the population, and there is no specific group of people susceptible to it. Some inappropriate behaviors or lifestyles are possibly lead to tubal blockage. 


Patients with a history of the pelvic disease have a higher chance of tubal blockage. The tubal illness may also be caused by patients who are infected with tuberculosis. Women who have repeated abortions due to failed contraception have a higher chance of developing pelvic inflammatory disease and tubal obstruction than ordinary people.


The tubal blockage is most often caused by human factors, including uterine surgeries, abortions, intrauterine devices, diagnostic scrapings, etc. Some are due to the doctor's lack of attention to aseptic operation and lack of hygiene after surgery, all of which can cause inflammation. 


Therefore, it is recommended that all patients should avoid unwanted pregnancies. Once an unwanted pregnancy occurs, go to a good hospital and notice hygiene after the operation.



How to treat blocked fallopian tubes clinically?


Clinical treatment of blocked fallopian tubes is divided into two aspects according to whether the patient needs to have children or not. For women who do not need to have children, their blocked tubes do not require treatment in principle. For women who need to have children, the purpose of therapy for tubal blockage is to treat infertility, and from this point of view, there are several modalities.


1. Physiotherapy


A standard method of treating blocked fallopian tubes is physiotherapy, such as short wave and microwave modalities. It plays a crucial role in treating tubal blockage, and some superficial physiotherapy is usually used in the early stage. However, local treatment can only improve local blood circulation and is ineffective in treating blocked fallopian tubes in the abdominal cavity.


2. Medication


The leading cause of tubal blockage is gynecological inflammation, which is caused mainly by the upward movement of bacteria. Gynecological inflammation is short-term, but the blockage of the fallopian tubes caused by it is permanent. 


Patients can treat blocked fallopian tubes with the herbal medicine Fuyan Pill, made of pure natural herbs. The pill has an anti-inflammatory and antiseptic effect, which can effectively kill the bacteria in the body and achieve pain relief, swelling, and de-bruising, thus eliminating tubal adhesions and unblocking the fallopian tubes.


3. Surgical treatment


Tubal lysis for infertility is mainly done under laparoscopy, hysteroscopy, or combined hysteroscopy, which depending on the individual's actual condition. It is essential to choose a regular hospital for the surgery. 


After tubal lysis for infertility, drugs are usually injected from the catheter to prevent re-adhesion from preventing re-blockage, resulting in some separation and unblocking of the tubal lumen with partial adhesions. After the procedure, the pelvic cavity is thoroughly flushed, and a clear anti-adhesion solution is applied to reduce post-operative adhesions.


When treating blocked fallopian tubes, patients must choose a professional and regular hospital for treatment. For the equipment used to treat blocked fallopian tubes, ensure the safety of the equipment and not use obsolete equipment. The blocked fallopian tube is associated mainly with gynecological inflammation, leading to recurrence after the cure. 


In addition, keep healthy eating habits and work and rest habits, notice the cleanliness of the reproductive system, prevent the infection of various pathogens, strengthen physical exercise and maintain a good state of mind, which can also control the recurrence of tubal blockage.


Recommended Readings:


Irregular Menstruation? You May Have Blocked Fallopian Tubes!

Is Blocked Fallopian Tubes Means Hydrosalpinx?

Will Abortion Lead To Blocked Fallopian Tube?


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