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Natural treatment for blocked fallopian tubes

Updated February 21, 2017

Blocked Fallopian tubes can cause infertility and discomfort, or not be felt at all. Sexually transmitted diseases, infections, inflammation, adhesion's and scar tissue can block Fallopian tubes partially or completely. There are different ways to clear Fallopian tubes, medically by surgery, or naturally.

Herbal Remedies

Herbal remedies are available for purchase from online sources, such as Felopio. Herbal remedies include the use of herbal tampons, which are basic unscented tampons soaked in a blend of specific herbs that are usually worn at night. This allows the herbs to get deeper into a woman's system and break up blockages and heal the Fallopian tubes. In conjunction with the tampons, an herbal douche is often used after the tampon to wash out any particles left behind by the tampon, and the blockages being softened and coming out. In addition, an herbal capsule is taken. These herbal treatments are said to be all natural, and companies such as Felopio claim to have an incredibly high success rate, almost 100 per cent, for women with no additional complications such as surgery or Chlamydia. Check with your doctor to see if he recommends any particular brand, site or store. You should not attempt to create your own concoction at home.

Acupunture

Acupuncture and acupressure are other natural ways to unblock your Fallopian tubes. Only a professional should be permitted to perform such procedures. Other manual therapies, almost like a deep tissue massage, are available through a company called Clear Passage. This company manually finds blockages deep within your body and slowly works them out, resulting in a 61 per cent success rate of opening blocked Fallopian tubes, according to its website.

Warnings

You can have your Fallopian tubes tested by your doctor, using a test called a hysterosalpingogram, or HSG. Dye is inserted into the cervix through a small tube. The dye will light up on a special x-ray, showing the doctors where the dye flows and where it is blocked, allowing them to diagnose blocked Fallopian tubes. One rare side effect of this test is the dye actually pushing through the blockage, unblocking the Fallopian tubes. Even when you opt for a natural remedy, check with your doctor about pursuing treatment elsewhere. Women with a history of blocked Fallopian tubes are at a greater risk for ectopic pregnancies, which are potentially life threatening pregnancies where the egg is fertilised and begins growing in the Fallopian tubes. This is dangerous for the mother and typically the pregnancy is terminated to prevent a fatal outcome.

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Janece Bass is a freelance writer specializing in weddings, family, health, parenting, relationships, dating, decorating, travel, music and sports. She has been writing for more than 15 years and has numerous published pieces on various websites and blogs. Bass has also ghostwritten various fiction-based novels.