Adhesensions of Blocked Fallopian Tube

by Cherrie Lombes
(Louisiana, USA)

I am interested in the Fallopian Wise Kit. I was wondering if it would help my situation or would my case be too severe?

I recently had a laparoscopy procedure done to remove scar tissue from my only working fallopian tube. There was too much scar tissue to remove and was told my tube is blocked and damaged. The "finger-like" follicles at the end of the tube that catch the egg during ovulation are shriveled up and can be barely visible.

The scar tissue is a result of a surgery 7 years ago I went through to remove a cyst on my right ovary. It damaged that ovary and it was removed as well. I have only one ovary (left side) and it is fine. My eggs are good and my cycles have always worked like clock work (28 day cycle; ovulate on day 14; it has never missed a beat). My left fallopian tube is the damaged one; my right fallopian tube is fine but no ovary.

My husband is 33 and I am 44 and both have been thoroughly tested (from my ob/gyn to a fertility specialist) and the only problem is my left tube. All my other reproductive organs are fine. I have never conceived yet.

I will be looking forward to your response.

Thank you,

Cherrie Lombes

ANSWER:

Hi Cherrie,

You can still conceive naturally with one working tube, even if you have one ovary on the other side.

I know that is sounds crazy, but there are reported cases of natural conception of women who have one working tube and the only ovary is on the opposite side. Doctors don't know how this can happen but the body has the ability to do this.



Natural remedies like the Fallopian Wise Kit can help many situations of blocked tubes, but if there damaged has been caused by extensive adhesion formation or surgery, it is more difficult to obtain full recovery.

Even if your case seems to be complicated, it would be worth trying because the body when pushed in the right direction has amaizing healing abilities. The Fallopian wise kit contains many types of natural treatments that can be very useful to cases like your. For example enzymatic therapy helps break down the formation of fibrin, which causes scarring in the tubes.

Also castor oil therapy and self fertility massage can assist the body eliminate debris and fluid build up ion the fallopian tube that cause blockage. Often this fluid build up is toxic build up.

Since your left ovary is working fine, it is worth to try healing the left tube by also taking homeopathic remedies.

Thiosinaminum 6X and Silica 6X should be taken for 3-6 months to help heal the scarring formation within the fallopian tube.

I would like to encourage you to try the FallopianWise Kit for at least 4 months to see if the damage can be repaired. If not, IVF will be the only option due to your age because it would not be wise waiting too long. In fact, after 40 your ovarian reserves decline naturally and your chances of natural conception with one ovary will decrease.

Many Blessings!

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Is My Other Tube Blocked?
by: Anonymous

I too have a samilar situation. I was diagnosed with an ectopic pregnancy and had it surgically removed seven weeks ago. My left fallopian tube was also removed.

I am left here grappling with fear as I am not sure my other tube is 100%. I dont know what really caused me to have this ectopic and worried that the other could similarly affected. I need to have another child and would not wish to have a second ectopic.

I am scared and worried!

Replay:

The causes of having a blocked fallopian tube can be many. Some times both tubes are blocked, but most of the time only one tube is affected.

There are many women who had one ectopic pregnancy and then conceived and carried healthy pregnancy and babies just with one fallopian tube.

The most common cause of blocked fallopian tubes is pelvic inflammatory disease (PID). Even if PID is no longer present, a history of PID increases the risk of blocked tubes.

Other potential causes of blocked fallopian tubes are history of Chlamydia or Gonorrhea, uterine infection caused by an abortion or miscarriage, endometriosis,and previous ectopic pregnancy.

Blocked tubes are usually diagnosed with a specialized x-ray, called a hysterosalpingogram, or HSG. This test involves placing a dye through the cervix, using a tiny tube. After that x-rays will be taken. Other tests involve ultrasound, exploratory laparoscopic surgery, or hysteroscopy (where they take a thin camera and place it through your cervix, to look at the uterus).

In terms of natural health there are some therapies that can help clear certain causes of blocked fallopian tubes.

But, please do not be concerned, I have seen many cases of women who conceived and had babies after an ectopic pregnancy, myself included.

I am sure you will do the same.

All the best!

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