Fallopian Tube Blockage Treatment, Causes and Symptoms

Fallopian Tube Blockage

Fallopian Tube Blockage Treatment, Causes and Symptoms

Fallopian tube blockage mainly leads to female infertility. It’s a female reproductive system disorder. It is accounting for 25% to 35% of female infertility. It leads to tubal injury which is the main cause of pelvic inflammatory disease (PID). The incidence of secondary tubal obstruction is directly relates to the incidence of PID. The reproductive capacity of the tube reconstruction depends on the location and extent of the injury. The widely injured women are less likely to be pregnant.

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Causes:

Possible causes of infection include appendix perforation, post-abortion infection or postoperative complications. Such as endometriosis and inflammatory conditions caused by surgery, due to adhesion can lead to tubal occlusion. Rare is that the embryo-derived fallopian tube is absent, which is also a factor in infertility. Tubal ligation is also its cause.

Although pelvic inflammatory disease may be cause by a variety of microbes, chlamydia is the main cause of infertility. Before the application of antibacterial treatment, the tubal injury may already exist.

Infectious abortion is another major risk factor for infertility in tubal factors. Preoperative examinations include bacterial vaginitis and cervicitis. If necessary, training and serology should be performed.

Surgical procedures caused by tissue trauma can lead to pre-inflammatory state or even adhesion. The incidence of postoperative adhesions is about 75%. Laparoscopy cannot prevent the occurrence of sequelae. Adhesive barrier (such as anti-adhesion film) can reduce the incidence of adhesion by 50% on average. The removal of adhesions will increase the rate of infertility.

Symptoms:

In general there are no clear symptoms. The most common symptom is infertility. It plays a role in transferring the eggs from ovaries to uterus. If tubes are block, then eggs cannot meet the sperm to get fertilize.

Clinical Examination:

Gynecologist should check the signs of infection. They should check whether it is cervicitis. Doctors should carefully examine the signs of PID, including cervical lifting pain and accessories touching pain. Increased vaginal discharge should not be ignored. Patients with endometriosis should be examined by rectal vagina. If the patient has had the disease, the examination of chlamydia antibody (CAT) should be carried out. Many studies support the relationship between CAT and tubal disease.

If the patient has a higher risk or the possibility of the disease, then consider laparoscopic assessment. The gold standard for the fallopian tube assessment is by laparoscopic and Meilan dye injection.

Diagnosis:

It can only be diagnose by looking at complete history along with clinical symptoms and laboratory test.

Treatment:

ZhongBa Hospital’s gynecologist provides blocked Fallopian tube treatment with hysteroscopic COOK guide wire equipment.  Tubal proximal obstruction is accounts for 10% to 25% of female disease. The hysteroscopic COOK guide wire inserted into the tubal interstitial part of the tube fluid. The operation is simple. About 85% of the proximal tubal clogging can be resolve through the proximal guide wire to clear.

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