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Why Do Some Patients With Blocked Fallopian Tubes Have No Symptoms?

The fallopian tube is the channel to transport sperm and fertilized eggs, while tubal blockage is a common gynecological disease, mainly caused by various factors such as infection, inflammation, and surgery. It may cause damage to the normal structure and function of the fallopian tubes, eventually narrowing or blockage, which is one of the main factors leading to infertility. 


Many patients with blocked fallopian tubes do not have apparent symptoms, most of which are found during infertility visits and examinations. So, why do these patients with tubal blockage have no apparent symptoms?

If the tubal blockage is caused by a congenital developmental abnormality, it is usually asymptomatic; if it is caused by other reasons, such as endometriosis or pelvic surgery, it may be symptomatic. In addition to this, there may be the following reasons why a patient has no apparent symptoms:

1. Gradual Progression

Blocked fallopian tubes are usually progressive, and the condition may develop gradually rather than appearing suddenly. As a result, the patient's body may have already adapted to the condition and so will no longer feel any significant discomfort. This often happens in the early stages of the disease.

2. No Pain Nerves

The fallopian tubes are a pair of long, thin tubes that do not have their own nociceptive nerves located in the inner walls, which means that even if there is some problem with the tubes, no significant pain signals are transmitted in the patient's body. In contrast, an organ like the uterus has nociceptive nerves that transmit pain signals, so the patient usually feels significant discomfort when there is a problem with the uterus.

3. Individual Differences

Everyone has a different physiological makeup and ability to perceive; some people may be more aware of changes in the reproductive system, while others may not feel them at all.

4. Masked By Symptoms of Other Diseases

Symptoms of other gynecological problems may also mask symptoms of blocked fallopian tubes. For example, when a patient also has polycystic ovary syndrome or endometriosis, some symptoms, such as irregular periods and pelvic pain, may be overlooked by the patient.

Infertility due to blocked fallopian tubes accounts for 25-35% of female infertility. It is very harmful because the tubal blockage may also cause abnormal menstruation, increased vaginal discharge, pelvic pain, ectopic pregnancy, and other symptoms in women. Therefore, women should pay great attention to and prevent the occurrence of this disease.

Currently, medication and surgery are the mainstay of treatment for blocked tubes.

If the situation of tubal blockage, patients can take amoxicillin capsules, metronidazole tablets, and other drugs under the guidance of the doctor for treatment, which can play a role in eliminating inflammation and controlling infection. In addition, patients with blocked fallopian tubes can have a better therapeutic effect by taking Fuyan Pill. 

Adopting a complete traditional Chinese medicine formula, the Fuyan Pill has an outstanding efficacy of clearing away heat and removing dampness, and anti-inflammatory and bactericidal efficacy, which can effectively kill a variety of disease-causing bacteria, eliminate adhesions in the walls of the fallopian tubes and serves to unblock the tubes. Fuyan Pill can also relieve patients' pain in the lower abdomen and repair damaged fallopian tube tissues, which are natural and free of toxic side effects.

The more common tubal ligation procedures in the clinic include transcervical tubal ligation, hysteroscopic tubal ligation, etc. Patients can choose according to their own actual situation and the doctor's guidance.

Patients with blocked fallopian tubes should be treated in time and then try to conceive according to their own situation. At the same time, it is also essential to prevent fallopian tube blockage, especially for patients with gynecological diseases such as vaginitis, cervicitis, endometritis, etc.; they should go to the hospital in time to avoid the problem of fallopian tube blockage in the later stage. In addition, if there is no birth plan for the time being, it is important to do a good job of contraception and reduce the number of abortions.

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