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Blocked Fallopian Tubes Naturally or Surgery

by Miracel

I want to know if there is other option to unblock fallopian tubes as laparoscopic surgery is also not guaranteed.


Hi Miracel,

You are right; laparoscopy surgery to unblock the fallopian tubes is not always successful. Usually, laparoscopy can detect the blockage and remove it, hopefully without causing any damage to the inner lining of the tube. In many cases, scar tissue is the cause of blocked fallopian tubes.

The location of the blockage and its severity determines the outcome of this type of procedure. If your tubal blockage is minimal, for example, you have a few adhesions between your ovary and your tube, your chances of getting pregnant are really good.

If you have endometriosis, or many adhesions between your ovaries and tubes, or if you have hydrosalpinx, the surgery may not give good results.

Also, surgery may further cause scar tissue and increase your risk of infections, which is often the cause of blocked tubes in the first place.

Depending or the type and severity of the block it is possible to try natural therapies first before resorting to surgery.

To learn more about these therapies, read this article on treating blocked fallopian tubes naturally.

The following are some of the most important benefits of using alternative treatments for blocked fallopian tubes:

1. Support the body in clearing adhesions and scar tissue from the fallopian tubes. Adhesions are the result of infections, inflammation.

Women, who have had Chlamydia in the past, may have adhesions and scar tissue. This micro-organism leaves behind a lot of damage to the fallopian tissue, which is often difficult to treat both with conventional and natural therapies.

2. Help in reducing inflammation and infections in the reproductive system. Pelvic inflammatory disease is often the cause of fluid build-up inside the fallopian tubes causing hydrosalpinx.

Hydrosalpinx is easily treated naturally. If you have been diagnosed with hydrosalpinx, I would recommend using a natural method first, as there is a good possibility it will work. These natural techniques involve using herbal tampons and self-fertility massage with castor oil packs.

3. Help increasing circulation to the reproductive organs. Massage and yoga are great for this. If you can, do yoga each day. 15-20 minutes will be enough. Yoga has many fertility benefits from relaxation, hormonal balance and improved circulation to the pelvic area.

4. Cleansing the reproductive system.

Many studies have shown that the fluid that builds up inside the fallopian tubes causing blacked contains harmful toxins.

Eliminating these toxins is key in healing blocked fallopian tubes.

If you want to give natural therapy a try, I do recommend using The FallopianWise Fertility Kit, which is designed to help the body clear adhesions and blockages in the fallopian tubes.

This kit combines enzyme therapy, herbal therapy, and Self Fertility Massage to support the body in clearing blocked fallopian tubes.

Fertility Blessings!

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