Yes, the blocked fallopian tube is the main cause of women infertility; however, at the hospitals under Select IVF India we treat the cause of blocked fallopian tubes by using advanced medicines and now there are multiple treatment options are also available in the market to treat the causes of blocked fallopian tubes.
What do you understand by blocked Fallopian tubes?
Blocked fallopian tubes are located in the women abdominal cavity between her uterus and the ovaries, these tubes are also known as uterine tubes or the oviduct. Women have two fallopian tubes which are located on either side of her uterus. The work of the fallopian tubes is that they help in sperm transportation from the vaginal opening to the egg which has been released by the ovary when women ovulate. The fallopian tubes also help in the egg transportation after fertilization, to the uterus for the purpose of implantation. The blockage in the connection between the uterus and the ovaries is known as a blocked fallopian tube. A woman who is dealing with this condition may have either one or both tubes blocked.
Does a woman get pregnant with blocked fallopian tubes?
It has been found that it is difficult to get pregnant with blocked fallopian but not impossible and it will be based on your condition as well. There are various ways to treat this complication, and for the best treatment of fallopian tube, you need to visit the hospitals under Select IVF India and meet our IVF expert Dr. Nalini Gupta who will surely help you with the cause of blocked fallopian tubes.
How blocked fallopian tubes are diagnosed?
Dr. Nalini Gupta will conduct the following test to diagnose your condition:
a) Ultrasound: She will conduct a transvaginal ultrasound in which she will examine your fallopian tubes and detect abnormalities.
b) Blood tests: Blood test is done to check the presence of Chlamydia antibodies.
c) Hysterosalpingogram (HSG): This is a test in which Dr. Nalini Gupta will use a tiny tube to place some dye through the cervix. This X-rays of your pelvic area show that the dye has spread to the ovaries into the pelvic cavity. If the dye has not spread it means your fallopian tubes are blocked and you need further testing.
d) Hysteroscopy: This is a test where a camera is placed into your cervix to examine the condition of your uterus.
How the blocked fallopian tubes are treated?
With the advancement in medical science, there are various treatment options available to treat the causes of blocked Fallopian tubes. The following are some recommended treatments:
• Your fertility expert will give you some infertility drugs which help in elevating your chance of getting pregnant.
• Your fertility expert will perform the laparoscopic treatment to remove the tissue and clear the blockage if your fallopian tubes are blocked due to scar tissue.
• Your fertility expert will perform another surgical treatment known as salpingectomy where a blocked part of the fallopian tube is located, she will remove this part and rest of the fallopian tubes are connected and fixed back.