Diagnosing Blocked Fallopian Tubes and Treatment

Most women do not have the slightest idea that they have a blocked fallopian. It usually startswith pain in the pelvic region or the inability to conceive that forces women to get to know the cause which is generally a blocked fallopian tube(s).

Here are the most common diagnosis that are used to determine blockage in fallopian tubes.

Hysterosalpingogram:

Shortly it is known as HSG. A dye is injected within the fallopian tubes and monitored through an X-Ray. If there aren’t any blockages then the dye moves freely from the fallopian tubes into the belly. However, if there are some blockages present then the dye stops at that location which marks the location of blockage.

Laparascopy:

This procedure involves incision. A small telescope like structure in inserted into the navel into the tube and examined for any blockage. This procedure involves general anaesthesia and falls within the  invasive surgery category.

Hysterosonogram:

This test is a lot more like HSG (Hysterosalpingogram). Salt water (Salt water) is injected into the tubes and Ultrasound is used to capture better picture. The salt water injected expands the uterus and  provides better imaging for ultrasound. Of all the procedures this is the best and most recommend.

Sonohysterosalpingogram:

In this procedure salt water and air is used which are passed into the uterus through the cervix. A transvaginal ultrasound is used to visualize the linings of fallopian tubes for any blockage or scarring.

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  1. Hi my name is sherita coates and I really need some help trying to unblock my fallopian tubes and like 3years ago I had an ectopic pregnancy and I just don’t want another one again thanks p.s. ms.coates

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