What is Blocked or Absent Fallopian Tubes

Fallopian Tubes are the thin tubes available at both the sides of the uterus. The role of these tubes is to help the mature eggs to travel from ovaries to the uterus. When there any kind of blockage in the fallopian tubes it prevents the eggs from traveling down the tubes and the condition is termed as blocked fallopian tubes or absent fallopian tubes. Medically it is termed as tubal factor infertility or tubal occlusion. It is considered to be the primary cause of female infertility and usually shows no symptoms. But there are many risk factors which increase the chance of having absent or blocked fallopian tubes. Fallopian tubes play a crucial role in conceiving as all the eggs are fertilized in these tubes before traveling to the uterus. If any blockage is present in the tubes or it is damaged surgery is performed to remove the blockage.

What are the Symptoms of Blocked Fallopian Tubes?

Usually, the Blocked or Absent Fallopian Tubes show no symptoms other than infertility or difficulty in getting pregnant. Women who are unable to get pregnant despite several successful attempts in a year are suspected to have blocked or absent fallopian tubes. In some women, the blocked tubes may cause symptoms like pain in the abdomen or in the pelvic region. The pain can either be regular or constant. The pain may also increase during the time of monthly menstruation.

In some cases, the absent or blocked tubes may cause the fertile eggs to stuck and the condition is referred to as ectopic pregnancy. In such a condition, you may experience symptoms and can be diagnosed easily with a general scan. Vaginal bleeding, stomach pain, and pain in one side of the body are some other symptoms of blocked tubes or ectopic pregnancy.

What are the Causes of Blocked Fallopian Tubes?

There are many factors which increase the risk of having blocked or absent tubes. The factors include:

  • Previous burst appendix
  • History of pelvic infection
  • History of abdominal surgery
  • Endometriosis
  • Having sexually transmitted infections
  • Hydrosalpinx which is the swelling at the end of the fallopian tubes

What is the Treatment for Blocked Fallopian Tubes

Surgically it is possible to open the blocked fallopian tubes but it greatly depends on the extent of the scarring or the location of the blockage. The surgery focuses on opening the tubes, remove the scar tissues, making new opening outside the tubes and opening tubes from inside.

Treatment for Blocked Fallopian Tubes in India

Even these blockages can be solved through the Ayurveda. Connect with A1Sexologist to get the treatment of Blocked or Absent Fallopian Tubes in India.

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