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Are Fallopian Tubes Always Open in Women Who are Not Pregnant?

Female patients often consult in the outpatient department about how the female fallopian tube is blocked and whether a history of miscarriages causes it. The truth is not so much. Women who have not been pregnant before may also have blocked fallopian tubes. 

This is because fallopian tube blockage has little to do with pregnancy. Therefore, A woman who is never pregnant before does not necessarily have open fallopian tubes. In order to eliminate female patients' doubts, here is a brief explanation of the relevant knowledge.
The fallopian tube is an important organ through which a woman can get pregnant. Proximal to the uterus, it has the function of collecting egg cells. Sperm passes through the uterus, reaches the fallopian tube, swims distal to the ampulla, and waits for the egg to fertilize. 
After the mature follicle is discharged from the ovary, it enters the fallopian tube and enters the ampulla of the fallopian tube through the scavenging function of the umbrella end. Oviduct endometrium cilia cells move in the direction of the uterus to do a wheat wave swing, helping the fertilized egg to move to the direction of the uterus and making the fertilized egg reach the uterus for implantation and development.
There are many reasons for fallopian tube blockage. In addition to the situation that some women suffer from congenital fallopian tube blockage due to physiological reasons, many women's fallopian tube blockage is caused by other reasons, such as vaginitis, cervicitis, endometritis, appendicitis, tuberculosis of the pathogenic bacteria upward infection, unclean sex, menstrual sex, abdominal surgery, and other factors. So, as long as women have these symptoms, whether they are pregnant or not, they are likely to experience fallopian tube blockage.
In women without a history of pregnancy, the probability of fallopian tube blockage is relatively low but cannot be completely ruled out. Although some female patients are not pregnant, have no history of abortion, and have no uterine surgery, they may have pelvic inflammatory disease, fallopian tube tumors, and other diseases. These factors can lead to pressure on the fallopian tube, leading to lumen occlusion, damaging the patient's mucous membrane, and causing fallopian tube blockage.
The treatment of fallopian tube blockage depends on its severity. If the degree of fallopian tube blockage is mild, it can be dredged through ordinary fallopian tube water. Or patients can take salpingography to detect where the blocked site is. Then patients can choose the next steps according to their condition. 
If the condition is serious after salpingography, laparoscopic surgery can be used to dredge. In addition, if the hydrosalpinx in patients is more serious after a B ultrasound is made, laparoscopic surgery is needed to dredge the hydrosalpinx.
After the diagnosis of fallopian tube blockage, specific treatment methods include the following can be adopted if a woman wants to have a pregnancy:
Firstly, conservative treatment. Female patients can choose conservative treatment if the fallopian tube is mildly blocked. They can use medicine to promote blood circulation and remove blood stasis, herbal medicine enema, or microwave physiotherapy to treat the fallopian tube blockage. 
They can also take the herbal medicine Fuyan Pill, which can effectively regulate and improve the whole body condition from the benefits of patients. Besides, patients avoid the operation's pain and recover quickly at a low cost. There are no toxic or side effects, and they can eliminate gynecological tissue lesions and pain. It can treat fallopian tube blockage, female infertility, etc., caused by inflammation in the female body.
Secondly, surgical treatment. Surgical tubal reshaping or an interventional procedure for the fallopian tubes can be done to promote tubal patency. But the surgical treatment should be done with great caution. Patients should choose a regular hospital to avoid irreversible damage to the body.
Thirdly, test tube. If the patients are older, more than 35 years old, or if there are other infertility factors, such as poor semen, or patients have endometriosis or ovulation abnormalities, they can directly do a test-tube baby to help pregnancy.
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