The female fallopian tube plays a vital role in transporting fertilized eggs when it comes to human fertility. In recent years, relevant clinical studies have found that among the three main factors causing infertility, the male sperm, the female ovulation, and the female fallopian tube channel account for 1 / 3 respectively.

Many infertile patients are familiar with the cause of the tubal blockage. Because the main road to the uterine cavity is blocked, the egg naturally cannot combine with sperm, failing pregnancy. In real life, most females lack the necessary understanding of tubal blockage, which may delay the best treatment time.

In clinical practice, various fallopian tube problems may lead to infertility, mainly including:

Hydrosalpinx: hydrosalpinx is a pathological change of chronic pelvic inflammation. It is usually due to edema after women's fallopian tubes are infected with Mycoplasma and chlamydia. In this case, if there is no timely treatment or little treatment effect, it is likely to form the problem of fallopian tube empyema. Generally, a preliminary diagnosis can be made through salpingography and B-ultrasound.

Fallopian tube blockage: fallopian tube adhesion and blockage are both light and heavy, and the adhesion can be divided into three degrees in total:

Adhesion of fallopian tube, junction of the fallopian tube and uterine horn, and adhesion of fallopian tube kettle and umbrella mouth. Whether it is double or single, which part of the adhesion, most people are not treated in time due to excessive inflammation after abortion or suffering from some chronic pelvic inflammatory disease, endometritis, adnexitis, and other diseases. Over time, the inflammation infects the inner wall of the fallopian tube and ulcers, so the fallopian tubes stick together.

Salpingitis: tubal obstruction or tubal dysfunction are the leading causes of female infertility, and acute and chronic tubal inflammation is the leading cause of tubal obstruction or dysfunction.

Fallopian tube adhesion: fallopian tube adhesion is usually caused by the low peristaltic function of the fallopian tube caused by inflammation, poor female physique, or the complications of four deficiency (Qi deficiency, blood deficiency, spleen deficiency, kidney deficiency) and other problems. It is very easy to lead to ectopic pregnancy. Patients should first take care of their body to a healthy state and then consider preparing for pregnancy.

So, how can women treat fallopian tube problems?

The fallopian tube is used to transport sperm, absorb eggs, and transport fertilized eggs to the uterus to form embryos. If the fallopian tube is blocked, it will hinder the passage of sperm and fertilized eggs, leading to infertility or ectopic pregnancy.

If some inflammation causes the fallopian tube problem, you can choose herbal medicine Fuyan Pill for treatment. It can effectively eliminate inflammation and dredge fallopian tubes. And it can clear the toxins in the uterus and improve the chance of natural pregnancy.

Patients can also select IVF, especially when drugs fail. But even if they try IVF, some fallopian tube problems can't be left unchecked, especially hydrosalpinx. Because some inflammation causes hydrosalpinx, and the fallopian tube is connected with the female uterine cavity, once hydrosalpinx enters the uterine cavity, it will bring a large number of inflammatory substances into it affect the implantation of embryos.

Not only that, hydrosalpinx entering a woman's uterine cavity may wash away the embryo, resulting in implantation failure. So, people still should take treatments before IVF.

Therefore, the specific situation depends on the patient's condition, and everything should be subject to the doctor's advice!

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