IVF vs. Flushing blocked fallopian tubes for improving fertility

A procedure that successfully opens a female’s fallopian tubes by flushing them with fluid to attain pregnancy is being used for decades, with rickety success rates. A recent study has established that the procedure considerably improves fertility, with a special kind of oil-based liquid in comparison to the water-based fluid. The study was published in…

In case you are facing difficulty in achieving pregnancy because of the blockage in your fallopian tubes, tubal cannulation procedure may work for you and help you achieve pregnancy. Different from  the fallopian tube surgery, in this procedure neither incisions/cuts are required nor you require staying in the clinic or hospital for overnight. Tubal Cannulation procedure…

Fimbrioplasty is one of the several procedures for reforming the Fallopian tubes aimed at correcting infertility in females. The fimbrioplasty procedure is more favored than the simply opening salppingostomy procedure performed on the Fallopian tubes as the latter does not tackle the vital role of fimbriae. Reforming the delicate fimbriae and preserving it of utmost…

Proximal tubal obstruction is a common verdict of the Hysterosalpingogram (HSG), found in nearly 15 percent of the studies. The occlusion entails the intersection of the uterus and the Fallopian tube. The tube’s diameter is quite small inside the uterine wall. The occlusion comes to notice at the utero-tubal intersection, when radiographic contrast dye does not succeed…

What is Salpingectomy? Salpingectomy is an operative procedure, wherein a woman’s one or both the Fallopian tubes are removed. The Fallopian tubes anatomy The constitution of the Fallopian tubes is similar to that of a tube, which makes an opening in a woman’s uterus bilaterally.  Each of the Fallopian tubes has four elements: Infundibulum ampulla…

An HSG (hysterosalpingogram) is an X-ray examination performed for viewing the uterus from inside, the Fallopian tubes and the surrounding area.  It is usually performed on females facing difficulty in achieving pregnancy and confronted with infertility issues. While performing the examination, a contrast dye is introduced into the uterus using a thin tube. The tube…

A salpingostomy is a surgery, wherein an incision is made into a Fallopian tube. This method is performed for removing an ectopic pregnancy, which happens outside the uterus or repairing a damaged tube. Purpose The Fallopian tubes are the constitution for carrying a mature egg from your ovaries to the womb. These tubes are found…

The Fallopian tubes stay connected to the womb (uterus) bilaterally. Usually, the Fallopian tubes collect the egg released at the time of ovulation by the ovaries every month.  Here is the meeting place of the egg and the sperm where they get united. The sperm commences its journey towards the egg after copulation with a male partner from the vagina via the uterus and eventually gets together in one of the 2-Fallopian tubes. Fertilization takes place as the sperm  contained…

Tubal ligation is a surgical method wherein a female’s Fallopian tubes are slashed, tied or blocked. In the tubal implanting procedures, like Essure, a small spring is inserted in each of the two Fallopian tubes.  This is a non-surgical procedure wherein there is no involvement of slashing or incising. Over a period of time, the…

All the living beings, that include plants, animals and birds, and, of course, humans, are supposed to reproduce and make a growth in their population.  This feature among the living beings makes them different from non-living things. In this blog, you will get to know how various organs of the woman reproductive system work in…

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