Blocked Fallopian Tubes Remedies

Causes of and Cures for Blocked Fallopian Tubes


The fallopian tubes are the two narrow tubes that line either side of a female’s uterus. These tubes function to guide the mature egg from the ovaries to the uterus. However, this process can be disrupted if an obstruction of the tube occurs. A blocked fallopian tube can occur on one or both sides of the uterus and is also known as tubal factor infertility. This type of infertility accounts for approximately 40% of infertility in women.

Unlike other reproductive conditions, a blocked fallopian tube rarely causes symptoms. A hydrosalpinx, a specific type of fallopian tube blockage, typically causes lower abdominal pain as well as an unusual vaginal discharge; however, not every woman experiences these symptoms. If the blockage is due to pelvic inflammatory disease, an affected woman may experience pain during menstruation. Additionally, pain during intercourse may suggest a blockage that is due to infection.

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List of Remedies for Fallopian Tubes, Blocked