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The fallopian tube is like a long, thin tunnel that connects a special part of a woman's body to another special part. Its job is to move eggs from one part to another, where they can join with something called sperm and start to grow into a baby. The fallopian tube has little hairs inside that help push the egg along. Sometimes, the fallopian tube can get blocked, which can make it harder for the egg and sperm to meet. Luckily, there are treatments available for people who have blocked tube.

These treatments can help fix the blockage and make it easier for the egg and sperm to get together. It's important to get help quickly if you have blocked tube so that you can stay healthy and have a better chance of having a baby. Doctors in Pune can help you with different treatments to fix your blocked tube and give you the best care possible.

What causes fallopian tube that are damaged?

The fallopian tubes are readily injured or blocked because of their small size. The most frequent cause of blockages or damage to the fallopian tube is infection-related scarring on the tube walls. These are the tubal occlusion's more common causes.

  • Pelvic inflammatory disease (PID)
    PID is an infection that can arise from untreated infections or sexually transmitted diseases (STDs). Usually, chlamydia or gonorrhea are the causes. PID produces inflammation in the area of the fallopian tube, which may result in a blockage and the formation of scar tissue.

  • Endometriosis The tissue inside a woman's uterus, known as the endometrium, develops outside of the uterus, causing endometriosis. Within the uterus, this tissue keeps functioning regularly, breaking down, thickening, and bleeding in response to the menstrual cycle.

    The most common areas affected by the degenerating tissue are the ovaries, intestines, fallopian tube, and the tissue lining the pelvis. It seldom spreads outside of the pelvic area. Endometriosis can hurt in this area, especially when a woman is menstruating.

  • Surgery
    Fallopian tube that are damaged or blocked may also result from past procedures. Specifically, scarring from abdominal surgery and other medical conditions like as endometriosis or uterine fibroids could affect the ability of an egg to pass via the fallopian tube.

  • Ectopic pregnancy
    When a fertilized egg implants in the fallopian tube instead of the uterus, it is known as an ectopic pregnancy. The fertilized egg lacks the space it needs to mature because fallopian tube are tiny and narrow. This may result in a rupture of the fallopian tube, which might be fatal and leave the lady infertile. Surgery to extract the fertilized egg may be necessary if an ectopic pregnancy is discovered before the fallopian tube bursts. Surgery may result in the removal or scarring of the fallopian tube.

  • Tubal ligation
    An elective procedure known as a tubal ligation involves a woman choosing to have the ends of her fallopian tube cut or blocked in order to avoid becoming pregnant in the future. This process is often known as "having your tube tied." In rare cases, tubal ligation can be reversed, but it requires extra surgery.

What are the types of Blocked tube treatment?

There are various types of Blocked tube treatment or Block fallopian tube treatment and surgeries are available as follows:

  • Hydrosalpinx treatment and surgery
    When a blockage in the fallopian tube causes liquid to gather, the condition known as hydrosalpinx is treated, typically by a salpingectomy or a salpingostomy. A portion of the clogged fallopian tube is removed by a surgeon during a salpingectomy. The chance of conceiving through IVF is increased more by this operation than by other potential surgical procedures.

  • Tubal cannulation
    A nonsurgical method of treating fallopian tube blockages, particularly those next to the uterus, is tubal cannulation. A catheter is inserted by a doctor into the uterus and vagina and advanced until it reaches the blockage. During the treatment, X-rays or ultrasound help the doctor in identifying the exact position of the obstruction. The blockage will then be removed by the doctor using a fine wire or by releasing a small balloon.

  • Tubal ligation reversal
    A physician will surgically remove any blockages from the fallopian tube that were introduced or implanted during an earlier tubal ligation operation during tubal ligation reversal. Tubal reconstruction, the process of reconnecting the two ends of each fallopian tube after removing the portion blocked, is how a doctor often does a tubal ligation reversal.

Fertility after Blocked tube treatment

The ability of a woman to become pregnant following fallopian tube blockage therapy depends on a number of factors, including age, the length of her fallopian tube, the degree of tubal scarring, and the severity of any associated reproductive disorders. Ten to eighty percent of women who receive effective treatments go on to become pregnant in the future. Although there is no assurance that a woman having tubal blockage treatment will become pregnant, there are some characteristics that increase the possibility of pregnancy. After treatment, women who experienced blockages close to their uterus rather than structural blockages or scarring, have a higher chance of becoming pregnant.

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