Can Fallopian Tubes Repair Themselves?

by Donna Dupont
(Bluffton, SC USA)

Is it true that your body can heat itself and possibly your tubes can reconnect?

Answer:

Hi Donna.

Your Tubes Cannot Reconnect Naturally After Tubal Ligation

Fallopian tubes are very delicate organs and they can be easily injured. That's why tubal ligation surgery is used to prevent pregnancy.

During this type of procedure, Fallopian tubes are often burned or coagulated to close them. They never just tied or just cut because this would not work very well and the chance of failure would be higher.

After a tubal ligation surgery, your tubes can not reattach, reconnect, regrow on their own unless you have reversal surgery.

Tubes cannot come undone without a surgeon repairing them, but they can heal incompletely. In this case a fistula is formed, which is when the end of the tube heals leaving a very small opening. This small opening is enough to allow a pregnancy.

This is medically considered "tubal failure" after tubal ligation surgery and it is not ideal. In fact, it poses serious consequences like ectopic or tubal pregnancies.

In some rare cases, naturally the body has reversed tubal ligation surgery in this way.

On the other hand, if the fallopian tubes have been damaged by scarring due to pelvic infections, inflammation or endometriosis, they can be repaired naturally with the use of alternative remedies like homeopathic and herbal remedies. This process is successful in cases where the damage is not severe and it takes months to achieve.

Other natural therapies that can be useful in draining and repair scarred fallopian tubes is self fertility massage and Castor oil therapy.

If the fallopian tubes are blocked, natural health can help here, too.

All the best!

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