Female reproductive organ is made of ovaries, uterus, and fallopian tubes. The fallopian tubes are muscular tubes lined with hair-like structure called cilia. The primary role of these tubes is to help the eggs travel down from the ovaries to the womb and allow the sperm to travel up from the womb.
A blockage in the fallopian tubes is one of the leading cause behind female infertility issues. Many women don’t realize they have developed a blockage in the fallopian tubes until they try to get pregnant and fail to conceive. If you have recently been diagnosed with blocked fallopian tubes, you can seek immediate tube block treatment in Pune at Saishree IVF.
Blocked Fallopian Tubes and Infertility
The male sperm and female egg meet in the fallopian tube for fertilization. A blockage in this tube prevents both egg and sperm to meet, thus, causing infertility issues. If the fallopian tubes are partially blocked, the female partner can probably get pregnant. However, if the tubes are blocked completely, treatments like ART procedure and surgeries may increase her chances of conceiving.
Under such circumstances, gynaecologists and expert professionals suggest IVF treatment (In-vitro Fertilization).
In the case of partial blockage, fertility drugs help increase the chances of ovulation on the open side of the blockage. Our IVF specialist in Pune offers world-class treatment for fallopian tubes blockage.
What causes Fallopian Tubes Blockage?
The blockage in a woman’s fallopian tube often occurs due to scar tissue and pelvic adhesions.
Note: You cannot prevent other causes of fallopian tube blockage, but can prevent STI by using precautions during intercourse)
What are my chances of getting pregnant with blocked fallopian tubes?
Women “can” get pregnant with blocked fallopian tubes following treatment and therapies. Success rates are higher if the blockage is near the uterus. However, it is minimal when the blockage is at the end of the fallopian tube near the ovary.
The chances of getting pregnant with blocked fallopian tubes are less if the woman suffered an infection or ectopic pregnancy.
Surgery can increase the risk of ectopic pregnancy in which, the fertilized egg gets stuck in the blockage and may cause vaginal bleeding and stomach pain. Therefore, doctors recommend IVF procedure to minimize the risks and safely help the woman experience motherhood.
To learn more about infertility issues, treatments, and successful history, connect with us at our tube block treatment clinic, Saishree IVF.