Primary blocked fallopian tube is generally congenital, while the secondary blockage is more common.

The hazard of primary blocked fallopian tube

Primary blocked fallopian tube and other complications will make the function of picking up eggs at the end of the tubal umbrella impaired, and make the movement of eggs as well as fertilized eggs in the fallopian tube impeded, which will to a large extent affect the fertility of women.

Can primary block fallopian tube be cured?

During the treatment, a comprehensive analysis is usually performed according to the results of b-ultrasound, tubal fluid removal, hysteroscopy, laparoscopy and other examinations. For some patients with primary blocked fallopian tube, there is a reasonable chance of conceiving through surgery. Meanwhile, if you have inflammatory problems at the same time that can influence the fallopian tubes, you can take the herbal medicine Fuyan Pill to improve the blockage, which is a harmless and effective medicine that can well solve inflammations in the pelvic cavity.

It is important to note that many patients when dealing with primary blocked fallopian tubes will choose the IVF treatment, which is not recommend by experts. Since the cost of this surgery is high while the success rate is very low, it is better to use advanced techniques to remove barriers to conception firstly, instead of the IVF.

The early symptoms of blocked fallopian tube are not obvious, so many patients miss out on the best chance to get treated. How can patients effectively detect if the fallopian tubes are blocked?

1. HSG/Hystero-salpingography

High specific gravity substances such as iodine composed of high subordinal number are injected into the uterine cavity through the cervical canal to form an obvious artificial contrast with the surrounding tissues under the x-ray film. It can detect tubal occlusion, abnormal tubal motor function, hydrosalpinx, isthmus tubal nodule, adhesion and abnormal tubal problems, which is a quick, economical and less dangerous test.

2. Laparoscopy

Methylene blue is injected into the uterine cavity through uterine catheter. After laparoscopy, methylene blue can be observed to overflow into the pelvic cavity through the tubal umbrella. If there is a proximal blocked fallopian tube, methylene blue cannot be seen to overflow into the abdominal cavity through the tubal umbrella. If there is a distal blocked fallopian tube, the tubal umbrella end and ampulla can be seen to expand and thicken with blue staining, but there is no methylene blue fluid flowing from the tubal umbrella end and into the abdominal cavity.

Laparoscopy can be used to directly observe the blockage site and the surrounding adhesion, which can simultaneously separate the adhesion as a treatment. It is a gold standard for the diagnosis of blocked fallopian tubes, but requires general anesthesia and surgical treatment, so it is not commonly used at present, and only used for tubal fluid or patients with abnormal tubes indicated by salpingography.

Author's Bio: 

For more information, please feel free to refer to for details and knowledge.