So many different health issues can affect a woman’s ability to get pregnant. One of the commonest among those issues is Blockage of Fallopian Tubes.
To become pregnant, a lot of essential factors need to be satisfied and the status of the fallopian tubes is one of those important factors. The female reproductive system is complex. So complex to the extent that if just one step in the system is faulty, it will affect the whole system and the consequences can be as bad as causing infertility.
Such a case is the one sent to us by one of our readers who actually pleaded that we write on this issue. Read her mail below…
How Do Blocked Fallopian Tubes Cause Infertility?
To understand what blocked fallopian tubes are, you need to know what a fallopian tube is. The fallopian tubes are two thin tubes, one on each side of the uterus, which help lead the mature egg from the ovaries to the uterus.
When an obstruction prevents the egg from traveling down the tube, the woman has a blocked fallopian tube. It can occur on one or both sides. This is also known as tubal factor infertility, and is the cause of infertility in 40% of infertile women.
Each month, when ovulation occurs, an egg is released from one of the ovaries. The egg travels from the ovary, through the fallopian tubes, and into the uterus. The sperm cells also need to swim their way from the cervix, through the uterus, and through the fallopian tubes to get the egg. Fertilization usually takes place while the egg is traveling through the fallopian tube.
If one or both fallopian tubes are blocked, the egg cannot reach the uterus, and the sperm cannot reach the egg, thereby preventing fertilization and pregnancy.
It’s also possible for the tube not to be blocked totally, but only partially. This can increase the risk of a tubal pregnancy, or ectopic pregnancy.
When fallopian tubes become damaged or blocked, they keep sperm from getting to the egg or block the passage of the fertilized egg into the uterus, both of which are not good for a woman.
Tubal Factor Infertility accounts for about 40% of all cases of female infertility as earlier being said. This includes cases of completely blocked fallopian tubes and also cases with either 1 blocked tube or no blockage but tubal scarring or other damages.
In cases of relatively minor tubal damage, it can be difficult to be certain that the infertility problem is solely due to the tubal damage. There may be other significant contributing causes that are resulting in the problem of getting pregnant.
As it is, several negative side effects have been linked to different kinds of tubal blockage treatment and most women are tired of wasting their money further. That’s why it is advisable to look else where for a lasting solution that can help you conceive even with one fallopian tube.
A lot of fertility drugs prescribed for women with only one patent fallopian tube to boost their ovulation also do have side effects on other areas of female reproductive system. A lot of such cases get reported to us on a daily basis. This makes the option of going natural a smart and reliable one.
There are ways Tubal Blockage can be treated naturally, whether it’s the 2 tubes or just one. Part of the treatment is to tackle the underlining cause of the blockage and the other is to enhance natural fertility and conception.
Read more on how to unblock blocked fallopian tube naturally here. Detailed explanation about the treatment is contained on that link. Click on it and go read it for a lasting solution for Tubal Blockage and Infertility.
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