Fallopian tube blockage: Infertility in women can be a result of many problems associated with her reproductive health, among these issues; one of the most prominent is the case of a blocked fallopian tube.
Blockage of the fallopian tube makes it practically impossible for a woman to conceive and the condition can be very hard to correct. In the anatomy of the female reproductive system, the fallopian tubes are the vital pathway that connects from the uterus to the ovum.
Whenever a matured ova (egg) is released from the ovum, it enters the fallopian tube through its wider, funnel-shaped end known as the infundibulum which is surrounded with small hair-like structures known as the fimbrae, which sweeps in the egg as it travels into the narrower length of the tube where it might be met by an incoming sperm cell that fuses with the egg to form an embryo.
This newly formed embryo then leaves the tube to be implanted in the walls of the uterus, which is where it develops into a baby. But this whole process happens when everything goes just right, which is often the case, except when there is an issue of fallopian tube blockage, then things become complicated.
It could be a scar or an abnormal growth in the fallopian tube, which causes a blockade that presents an obstruction to the free passage of the egg or sperm cells, and this creates a huge difficulty to getting pregnant.
You might be wondering what actually causes the fallopian tube to become blocked and lead to this serious reproductive health condition. Well, here are some of the most common causes:
Infections: Due to the position and tubal nature of the female reproductive system, the woman is exposed to likely transmission of harmful microorganisms from her use of the toilet or even personal hygiene habits. There is also the risk of sexually transmitted infections by viruses and bacteria which can cause inflammations in the narrow tubes, leading to a blockage.
Fibroids: The development of fibroids in the uterus and close to the utero-tubal junction can easily cause a blockage and prevent the free passage of sperm cells.
Surgical scars: If a woman had previously undergone a surgical operation like a caesarean section, fibroid removal or any other related procedure in the lower abdominal region, stands the risk of developing scars that might lead to a fallopian tube blockage.
Surgery: There are several surgical methods that can be used to open a fallopian tube blockage, these procedures depend on the site of the blockage along the length of the tube and the actual cause of this condition. Surgical procedures are very delicate, with the fallopian tube not being wider than a spaghetti noodle, any damage done might be irreversible.
Abdominal massage: This has been found to be helpful in opening up blocked tube and it requires the services of a professional masseur to help apply pressure that loosens up clogged tubes.
Herbal treatments: This is the most preferred treatment option as it carries a much lesser risk than surgeries and has shown higher success rates in treating cases of fallopian tube blockage. Herbal therapies that mostly consist of ginger root, hawthorn, castor oil and uva ursi, help in cleansing the whole reproductive tract while also eliminating infections and dissolving fibroids.
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