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If the Fallopian Tubes Are Blocked, Where Do the Eggs Go?

The fallopian tube plays an important role in egg picking, fertilization, transportation, and early embryo development. Once blocked fallopian tubes occur, it is likely to cause infertility in women.


If the fallopian tubes are blocked, where do the eggs go?


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Under normal circumstances, women will ovulate periodically once a month. After the follicles mature in the ovary, they are expelled from the ovary. As the follicle matures within the ovary, the surface of the ovary protrudes. With the surge of follicular fluid and the increase of internal pressure, the ovarian tissue in the protruding part will become thinner and thinner until it ruptures. The secondary oocyte and its surrounding zona pellucida and corona radiate will be discharged from the ovary together with the follicular fluid and enter the female abdominal cavity.


If the egg is not fertilized, it is absorbed into the abdominal cavity. If the egg is fertilized successfully, under the peristalsis of the fallopian tube, the fertilized egg will enter the uterus, implant, and develop into a fetus. When a woman's fallopian tubes become blocked, it prevents the sperm and egg from joining. Unfertilized eggs die naturally in the abdominal cavity and are then absorbed.


Blockage of fallopian tubes will affect women's fertility, so women who need to have children must go to the hospital for treatment in time.


How are blocked fallopian tubes treated?


1. Drug treatment


Blocked fallopian tubes are usually caused by chronic inflammation and anti-inflammatory drugs can be used appropriately during treatment. In addition, herbal medicines have the effect of regulating menstruation and unblocking eggs, and the effect of these medicines is good, such as herbal medicine Fuyan Pill.


2. Surgical treatment


1) Hydrotubation is a treatment method in which drugs flow into the uterine cavity from the catheter. The general treatment is about 2-3 months, but the therapeutic effect could be better.


2) Conventional surgeries include salpingostomy, tubal anastomosis, adhesion dissection, and uterine tubal implantation for blocked fallopian tubes. The surgical wound is larger, and the postoperative recovery is slower.


Patients with blocked fallopian tubes should pay attention to their living habits at ordinary times, which is conducive to the recovery of the disease.


What should patients with blocked fallopian tubes notice?


1. Pay attention to rest after surgery. Do not engage in heavy physical labor to avoid affecting the recovery. Family members can use the palm to help the patient do a circular massage until the part feels hard. If the uterus contracts and the pain is severe, it should stop and lie prostrate to relieve pain.


2. Pay attention to hygiene. Change underwear frequently and clean the vulva every day. Put your towels and washbasins separately from others. Otherwise, it is easy to cause cross-infection among multiple people.


3. Pay attention to sexual hygiene. During sexual life, it is easy to bring external bacteria and viruses into the female vagina, causing blockage of the fallopian tubes.


4. Pay attention to diet. To ensure better recovery after surgery, female friends should refrain from eating spicy and stimulating food and avoid contact with cold water. After the operation, eat more vegetables and fruits to supplement the nutrients for the body and improve its immunity.


5. Sleep on your side. Avoid standing or sitting for long periods to reduce pain in this area. Placing the patient's buttocks with a cushion while sitting can also help.


6. Exercise. You can skate, play volleyball, ride a bicycle, jog, walk, and golf. Exercise can enhance physical fitness and help prevent and treat blocked fallopian tubes.


7. Regulate emotions. Upset emotions will affect the neuroendocrine function, causing fallopian tube dysfunction. Thus, maintaining a good mood is very important for recovery from the disease. Mental and physical fatigue are also not conducive to disease recovery, and long-term stress is prone to hardening of the abdomen. Adjust the pressure appropriately.



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