Preventing Blocked Tubes
Hi, I have been married from past 2 years and trying to get pregnant from past one and half year but I have been able to conceive.
My gynae has performed all the tests, which are required and every test is normal. Also, my husband semen test is also fine.
Now, my gynae has asked me to go for HSG test which determines whether there is problem in tube. But I don’t want to go for this test as it involves lot of pain and I am very scared of it.
CAN I TAKE THESE NATURAL THERAPIES OF BLOCKED FALLOPIAN TUBES WITHOUT EVEN KNOWING WHETHER MY TUBES ARE BLOCKED OR NOT???
Waiting for your answer.
If you want to know how to prevent blocked fallopian tubes naturally the best way is to follow this protocol
, which is designed to help the body clear adhesions and blockages in the fallopian tubes. This kit combines natural therapies like enzyme therapy, herbal therapy, and Self Fertility Massage to support healthy fallopian tube health.
In fact, even if the fallopian tubes are not blocked, scar tissues and infections can still be present and can cause problems during conception.
By following the protocol you can ensure that your fallopian tubes and your reproductive organs
are healthy before getting pregnant.
Natural health therapies for healthy fallopian tubes help the body clear adhesions and scar tissue form the tubes, reduce inflammation and infections from the reproductive organs (fallopian tubes, cervix, ovaries and uterus), and increase circulation and blood flow to support conception.
The reason why your doctor has suggested doing a HSG test is because blocked fallopian tubes rarely cause symptoms, except for hydrosalpinx, that may cause lower abdominal pain and unusual vaginal discharge in some cases. Hydrosalpinx is when a blockage causes the tube to dilate and become filled with serum fluid, which blocks the sperm from reaching the egg and fertilize it.
In women with endometriosis and pelvic inflammation, there is a higher risk of blocked or misplaced fallopian tubes.
The major risks of blocked fallopian tubes are:
1. Having endometriosis.
2. Having had STD infections, like chlamydia and Gonorrhea.
3. Having had infections in the uterus caused by an abortion or miscarriage.
4. Having had a previous ectopic pregnancy.
5. Having had a ruptured appendix or abdominal surgery.
In my opinion, if you don’t have any of the risks factors and all your tests came back fine, you can take 3-4 months to improve your fertility naturally before deciding to go through invasive testing.
I hope this helps you.