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Millions of women suffer from blocked fallopian tubes, and this condition is one of the most common causes of female infertility. Fallopian tubes can be blocked because of scarring caused by injury or infection, but the underlying cause of the condition is sometimes unknown. Although common, blocked fallopian tubes are rarely a cause for serious concern. Because blocked fallopian tubes are often asymptomatic or present only with very mild symptoms, the condition is under-diagnosed, however it is a leading cause of infertility.  

Infertility Caused by a Blocked Fallopian Tube

Infertility Caused by a Blocked Fallopian Tube

Women who are not trying to conceive may be completely unaware of their blocked fallopian tubes, since infertility is often the only symptom. Since a blockage in the fallopian tubes can prevent sperm and eggs from traveling freely, they may be unable to join and create a zygote.

Women with one occluded fallopian tube may have difficulty conceiving, but if the other tube is fully functional, the patient may never experience noticeable infertility. However, women with two affected fallopian tubes may find it nearly impossible to conceive without treatment or in vitro fertilization. 

Mild Pelvic Pain Caused by a Blocked Fallopian Tube

Mild Pelvic Pain Caused by a Blocked Fallopian Tube

Because of the pressure that scar tissue places on the area surrounding a fallopian tube, some women do experience mild, constant abdominal pain as a result of a blocked fallopian tube. Though the symptoms are relatively uncommon, it usually presents with mild, constant, nagging pain in the lower abdomen, possibly on only one side.

Abdominal pain can also be caused by unrelated conditions, and it is not always (or even often) associated with blocked fallopian tubes. Still, the condition could be considered as a possibility for women who experience constant abdominal pain along with infertility or other symptoms of a blocked tube.

Severe Pelvic Pain Caused by a Blocked Fallopian Tube

Very rarely, women with blocked fallopian tubes may feel intermittent episodes of severe, recurrent pain, which sometimes occurs on only in one side of the lower abdomen. This sharp pain sometimes occurs only during menstruation or ovulation, because of the effects of hormonal changes and increased blood flow to the reproductive organs.

Recurrent, severe pain can be caused by many other factors and conditions, such as menstrual cramping, endometriosis, gastrointestinal disturbances and pelvic infection. Since severe pain is only rarely caused by blocked fallopian tubes, other potential causes should be considered.

Risk Factors for a Blocked Fallopian Tube

Risk Factors for a Blocked Fallopian Tube

Women with certain risk factors are especially likely to experience blocked fallopian tubes, and a medical history that includes related conditions can indicate that the patient is likely to experience blocked fallopian tubes. The most common cause of blocked fallopian tubes is scarring from a previous pelvic infection. Women who have had chlamydia or gonorrhea are at risk of having blocked fallopian tubes.

Additionally, injuries caused by past ectopic pregnancies can result in scarring and occlusion of the fallopian tubes. Other conditions, such as cancer, endometriosis or surgery may also contribute to the blocking of fallopian tubes.

Asymptomatic Blocked Fallopian Tubes

Surprisingly, many women with blocked fallopian tubes never experience any noticeable symptoms. Since pain from the condition is rare, and not all women notice or experience infertility, it is not uncommon for women with blocked tubes to go several years without knowing about their conditions. It is possible that millions of women actually have blocked fallopian tubes that are undiagnosed.

Only through a series of medical tests can a doctor accurately determine whether or not a patient has a blocked fallopian tube. Treatment options are variable, and it is usually unnecessary to seek treatment unless the condition results in undesired infertility. Women who suspect that they have blocked fallopian tubes should seek the advice of a qualified medical professional to receive a comprehensive and detailed diagnosis.

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  1. Abigail Jando // January 12, 2018 at 8:59 AM // Reply

    how long does it take to clear both tubal blocked using the natural treatment

  2. is it possible to menstrate even if the fallopian tube is blocked

    • Having blocked tubes means your egg can’t get to your uterus. You may have no periods at all or, depending on the cause and type of the blockage, you may have painful periods, deep pain during sex and general pain in your pelvis.

  3. I have pain in my upper abdomen with back ache, and I saw my menses last in September. Are this sign of fallopian blockage?

    • @Lizzy,

      Until you visit a hospital/lab for proper medical examination, we can’t know exactly what the issue is. In some cases, different medical conditions do present same symptoms.

  4. I have gone through your lectures on tubal blockage and the remedies, and my question is,is seize menstruation also a sign of tubal blockage? Because for over years now my wife have not experience anything like menstrual flow,and she had an operation call ovariencies…. So I don’t know pls can you help on how to go about it.thanks waiting for your response via my email.

    • @Osim,

      From your presentation you did not make mention of your wife having tubal blockage, so, how do you think the absent of her menses may be due to tubal blockage?

  5. I sometimes notice some pain on the right lower part of my stomach, I have gone for a scan and doctor said there is noting there, but sometimes still experience the pain and trying to conceive for the past few months now. Please what can I do

    • @AMA,

      It will be a bit challenging to say what you can do when a diagnosis has not been made. You can try to visit somewhere to be examined.

  6. hi plan b, i ve gave birth 2yrs now and since then i ve bin unable 2conceive rada i ve bin having severe waist pain close 2my menses n pains in my stomach dt use 2wake me up frm bed every morning so what is d cause of all dis abnormalities. Pls i wnt 2conceive n ve my own children since i lost d 1st one. Thank u.

    • @Virtue,

      The first thing you need to do now is to visit a hospital or lab for proper examinations to determine the cause of the pain. Then after that, you think of the best approach to tackle whatever it is and we can come in then.

  7. after my hsg and laparoscopy my doctor said both my tubes were blocked. I will be happy to try your products.

  8. Am having sperm discharge after sex, and am not pregnant after 2yrs of marriage. What is the cause and how can you help me.

    • @Arike,

      You first need to go for proper medical examination to know the cause of the sperm leakage and the delay in conception. When you have a diagnosis, that’s what we can help with by offering you a treatment.


  9. I was told I have a blocked fallopian tube but I have severe pain in my lower stomach my period stopped and I’m scared

  10. I had a firbroid operation 2013 but i went for scan on march 2016 i found out there are two thinny fibroid but my doctor said it can not prevent me from getting pregnant. I am afrid but this month will make it 6months of my marriage but no show yet pls advise me

  11. Hello plan B,my HSG report just show one of my fallopian tube is blocked. So my doctor advised me to go for an IVF..but i want to be sure if your product can clear blocked fallopian tube truly and how i can get it. And what is guarantee of the treatment? Thanks.

  12. I’m so happy to be part of this educational platform. How can I get to your hospital since I’m in Ghana

  13. I have not seen my ovulation for 2 yrs, after Luv making all d sperm still gush out from my vagina.

    • Hello Sexy,

      It is important that you visit your Doctor as soon as possible for proper examination in order to find out what exactly is wrong.


  14. saliu olufunke olumide // August 3, 2015 at 7:02 PM // Reply

    i saw a diagram of a kit is it meant for blocked tube test or pregnancy test

  15. Thank you so much, I really benefit on the write up, please I want you to tell me the food to eat and how to use them because I do not understand it. And after surgery can fibroid grow again.Thanks

  16. Hello plan b,I have reading all your articles on infertility and i so much gain one or two things plan what can be d cause of one meases not flowing well and not pure.
    Also, irregular measuration sometimes.i wil be very grateful if i could get answer to my questins.thanks

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