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THINGS TO KNOW ABOUT THE FALLOPIAN TUBES
While there are many causes of infertility, blockage of the fallopian tubes is often the reason why many women are unable to conceive. The fallopian tubes are the pathways in which the ova (eggs) travel from the ovaries down into the uterus. Therefore, if there is a blockage in these tubes, it can prevent fertilization from occurring.
The fallopian tubes can sometimes become blocked or even damaged due to certain conditions that a woman may suffer from. In rare cases, the blockage to the fallopian tubes may have been present since birth as a birth defect but have gone undetected until the woman reached adulthood and tried to conceive.
Upon ovulation, the egg travels from the ovary to the fallopian tubes where the sperm will meet the egg and fertilization occurs. Once fertilized, the zygote (fertilized egg) is pushed through the fallopian tubes into the uterus where implantation will occur.
How Cells of the Fallopian Tubes are Affected by Hormones
There are two types of cells within the fallopian tubes;
Ciliated cells and Peg Cells.
Ciliated cells are most abundant in the infundibulum and ampullary. Estrogen increases the production of cilia cells in the fallopian tubes.
Scattered between the ciliated cells are peg cells which produce tubular fluid. This fluid contains important nutrients for both sperm, eggs, and zygotes (fertilized eggs).
The secretions also promote capacitation of the sperm. You may not know it, but the sperm cannot mature for complete fertilization without this important fluid. Progesterone increases the number of peg cells. Estrogen increases the height and secretory activity of the peg cells. In addition, tubal fluid flows against the action of the cilia, near the fimbriated end.
Not only is progesterone and estrogen balance vital to the menstrual cycle overall, but it is vital to the health and proper functioning of the fallopian tubes as well. Therefore, if you suffer from hormonal imbalances, you might need to get it treated fast before it starts affecting the wellness of your fallopian tubes.
LOCATION AND TYPES OF TUBAL BLOCKAGE
These are the three main locations for fallopian tube blockages;
There are different types of fallopian tube blockages based on location. Because the fallopian tubes have different parts, and as a tube, there may be different parts of the tube blocked. Each section has its own name. Doctors have also come to find out that there are patterns of disease or trauma that may affect certain parts of the fallopian tubes more than others.
Proximal tubal occlusion involves the isthmus. This can occur after infection such as complications from abortion, missed miscarriage, cesarean section or PID.
Midsegment tubal obstruction of the ampullary is most often due to tubal ligation damage. Tubal ligation is a surgical procedure to permanently prevent pregnancy. Some women who have had tubal ligation change their mind later in life and choose to have this procedure reversed. This can be done surgically and has a 75% pregnancy success rate. Tubal ligation removal comes with its own risk for development of more scar tissue on top of scar tissue already present from the initial tubal ligation procedure.
Distal tubal occlusion is the type of blockage that affects the part of the fallopian tube end towards the ovary. This type of blockage is typically associated with hydrosalpinx. Hydrosalpinx is often caused by Chlamydia trachomatis infection, which is a sexually transmitted disease. Untreated Chlamydia is known to cause both pelvic and fallopian tube adhesions.
In less severe cases only, the fimbriae may be damaged. They may become stuck together in masses or may be damaged enough to no longer function as they should. As we learned above, the fimbriae have the important role of sweeping the oocyte (ova) into the fallopian tube for fertilization. If they no longer function, then the oocyte never makes it to its destination for fertilization. Damage to any part of the fallopian tubes can also be caused by ectopic pregnancy, PID, endometriosis, uterine fibroids or abdominal surgery.
COMMON CONDITIONS THAT MAY CAUSE BLOCKED FALLOPIAN TUBES
- Pelvic Inflammatory Disease (PID)
- Uterine Fibroids
- Ectopic pregnancy
- Tubal Ligation Removal
- Complications from lower abdominal surgery such as Cesarean section
- Genital Tuberculosis (still common in developing countries, especially India)
Endometriosis and Fibroid tumours are both conditions which are becoming present in more women every year. Pelvic inflammatory disease is another common condition which women suffer from. Pelvic inflammatory disease or PID, is an umbrella term for a number of different problems that create an inflammatory infection in the female reproductive system.
PID is almost always the direct result of a sexually transmitted disease, such as gonorrhoea or chlamydia, and is responsible for about 100,000 cases of female infertility per year. All of these conditions can cause blockage to the fallopian tubes by having adhesions, scar tissue, tumours or polyps form inside the path of the tube.
The fallopian tubes may also become stuck to other parts of the internal body; the bladder, ovaries, uterus, bowels, ect. Damaged fallopian tubes can become twisted or the walls of the tubes themselves may adhere together causing a total blockage.
Partially damaged fallopian tubes may remain open enough for pregnancy to occur, but a partial blockage increases the risk for ectopic pregnancy. The fallopian tubes are very thin to begin with, it does not take much for them to become blocked, preventing the ova from traveling through.
Studies have shown that low progesterone levels, smoking and use of fertility medications may alter how the fallopian tubes function, which increases risk for ectopic pregnancy. Any of the conditions above may cause a partial tubal blockage as well, which also increases risk for ectopic pregnancy.
DIAGNOSING TUBAL BLOCKAGE
There really are no outward signs that will let you know if you are suffering from blocked fallopian tubes. If you have ever suffered from pelvic inflammatory disease (PID), there is however a very good chance that your tubes are blocked, as doctors estimate that at least three out of four women that have had a sexually transmitted disease do suffer from tubal blockage.
The primary indicator that there is a blockage is an inability to conceive. Fortunately, there are medical tests that detect any abnormalities or blockages. If there is evidence of some type of blockage to the tubes, further investigation is generally performed using a laparoscope which will help the doctor actually see into the fallopian tubes. Here are details on how blocked fallopian tubes are diagnosed…
Hysterosalpingogram (HSG) Hysterosalpingogram is an X-ray test, using a contrast dye to view any obstruction in the fallopian tubes. The dye is inserted through a thin tube that is placed up through the vagina, into the uterus. Filling the uterus with this dye will then spill into the fallopian tubes. X-rays are then taken to determine if there is an injury or abnormal shape of the uterus and fallopian tubes, including obstruction in the tubes. This test is the number one test performed to determine if there is a blockage in the fallopian tubes.
Chromotubation This test is similar to hysterosalpingogram because it includes dye being passed into the uterus and fallopian tubes as well. This test is performed during laparoscopy, so that doctors can see the dye spilling from the fallopian tube. The dye used for this procedure cannot be seen on an X-ray, it is blue in color. This test is considered the most reliable way to determine fallopian tube blockage, but does require surgery.
Sonohysterography This is a non-invasive procedure where ultrasound imaging is used to determine if there are any abnormalities of the reproductive organs. This type of test is not always a reliable way to determine fallopian tube blockage since the tubes are so small. This test may help to determine hydrosalpinx or other issues such as uterine fibroids.
RISKS OF TUBAL BLOCKAGE SURGERY
Any kind of surgery for unblocking fallopian tubes runs the risk of these types of formations. The tubes may become blocked again or adhered to the abdominal wall, other parts of the reproductive organs, or other organs in the surrounding location, for example the bladder. Scar tissue may also form on other parts of the abdominal cavity, including the reproductive organs due to the surgical procedure.
Opening the abdomen runs the risk of pelvic infection.
There is a great risk for ectopic pregnancy.
While surgery is a common treatment for blocked fallopian tubes, there are natural options which can have great results without causing additional scar tissue to form and that’s what you will learn about below;
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The following are the basic information you need to know about fibroid;
WHAT ARE UTERINE FIBROIDS?
Uterine fibroids are benign tumour: which grows from muscle layers of the womb. They cause symptoms in 50% of black women and 25% of white women. Fibroid is one of the greatest health problems that affect women. It affects over 70% of women and it is one of the causes of female infertility. Uterine fibroids are growths in or around the uterus. They are completely benign and while they can actually have some unpleasant side effects, they are not cancerous.
TYPES OF UTERINE FIBROIDS
- Intramural fibroid – which grows on or inside the wall of the uterusAddition Benefit Goes Here...
- Subserosal fibroid – which grows outside of the uterine wall
- Submucosal fibroid – which grows inside the uterus or womb.
- Pedunculated fibroid – which grows on stalks.
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Uterine fibroids can be small and inconspicuous, about the size of a walnut or they can be large up to the size of a grape fruit or a melon. Alternatively, women can have multiple uterine fibroids of varying sizes and densities. Usually, when there is one uterine fibroid present, there are actually more fibroids that will be not be noticed. Uterine fibroids start as small seedlings, so tiny you’d need the aid of a microscope to see them. They can then spread throughout the uterus’ muscular wall structure.
IMPORTANT FIBROID SYMPTOMS
Uterine fibroids symptoms depend on the size, number, location and pathological findings. Important symptoms include but not limited to the following;
- Abnormal bleeding And Abdominal DiscomfortSubserosal fibroid – which grows outside of the uterine wall
- Heavy or painful periodsPedunculated fibroid – which grows on stalks.
- Excessive length of menstruation
- Lower back pain
- A sensation of fullness or pressure in the abdominal area
- Interference with other organs and nerves due to their large sizes pressing on them
- Urinary frequency or retention, back ache, and in some cases infertility.
NEGATIVE EFFECTS OF FIBROIDS
Pain may be experienced during sexual intercourse depending on the location of the fibroids. Fibroids may also be the cause of the following during pregnancy;
- Painful sexual intercourse
- premature labour
- interference with position of foetus
Furthermore, fibroid causes broken marriage, loss of job, tiredness, leanness due to shortage of blood and sadness.
SO, WHAT CAUSES UTERINE FIBROID?
If you have uterine fibroids or suspect you might have fibroids, one of the things you will be wondering is ‘’why me?” This is a very important question, and one that plagues many women who suffer from fibroids. The simple answer to why women get fibroids is that there is no absolute cause or none that can be directly pinpointed.
What medical researchers and physicians do know is that uterine fibroids are greatly affected by changing oestrogen (hormone) levels, which play a part in the fibroid tumour development and growth.
Other causes of fibroids can be genetic, hormonal, environmental or some combination of all of these. In fact, Doctors are sure that these risk factors, and potentially causal agents, all interact with each other to increase the likelihood of uterine fibroid development in a woman.
EFFECTS OF OESTROGEN ON FIBROIDS
When a woman’s oestrogen level increases, for example during pregnancy, fibroid tends to grow at a more rapid pace. Taking contraceptive pills (birth control) also floods the body with oestrogen. Women taking contraceptive pills, therefore, have higher levels of oestrogen and are more likely to develop fibroids.
When women are in menopause and level of oestrogen naturally decreases, fibroids also decrease, shrink or disappear. Basically, it all ties into oestrogen, which elevates a woman’s risk for developing uterine fibroids.
EFFECTS OF UTERINE FIBROIDS ON CONCEPTION AND PREGNANCY
Uterine fibroids are thought to be the cause of infertility in 2%-10% of Female infertility cases. Reports have shown uterine fibroids may be responsible for the following fertility, conception and pregnancy problems:
- Interference with implantation of the ovum
- May compress the fallopian tubes, preventing conception
- Cause anovulatory cycles
- Cause abnormal uterine blood flow, hindering movement of sperm to ova
- Cause miscarriage
- May cause intrauterine growth retardation (IUGR)
- May cause premature rupture of the membranes
- Contribute to retained placenta after birth
- Cause postpartum haemorrhage
- Cause abnormal labour
Although, not all women with uterine fibroids will experience these kinds of troubles and many go on to have healthy pregnancies even with uterine fibroids present. Because there are risks to your fertility and possibly pregnancy, it is best to work to reduce fibroid growth, prevent formation of new fibroids and to maintain healthy lifestyle choices to continue working to bring about the best possible uterine health and that’s exactly what you are about to learn right now.
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How Much Does This Treatment Kit Cost?
Treatment are range between 1-3 months.
The prices are as follows:
1st MONTH COST OF UTERINE FIBROIDS NATURAL TREATMENT
Category Cost (N)
The category that will be appropriate for you between A-D in the first month of the fibroids treatment will depend on the following:
1- Type/location of the fibroids ( Intramural, Subserous, Submucous, Pedunculated)
2- The total numbers of fibroids present, and
3- Size of each fibroids.
What differentiate the categories is the quantity of medicines. The quantity of natural medicines in D are more than what are in C. C is more than the quantity o medicines in B, etc.
N.B: At the end of 1st month treatment you will have to go for scan to confirm the 1st month treatment before you commence the 2nd month treatment.
If your fibroids shrinked totally then there won’t be need for 2nd month treatment, but if not totally shrinked after 1st month treatment, they must have reasonably/significantly shrinked down, then that call for 2nd month treatment to get the fibroids shrinked totally.
2nd MONTH COST OF UTERINE FIBROIDS NATURAL TREATMENT
The 2nd month treatment is in two categories:
Category A. N50,000
Category B. N70,000
The one you will go for out of the 2 categories depend on the scan report you did after 1st month treatment. It can’t be determined now. At the end of 2nd month treatment you will also go for scan.
WAYS TO GET THE FIBROIDS SOLUTION KIT
There are 2 ways to get the Natural cure for fibroids without surgery or drugs across to you.
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N.B: International delivery will only enjoys 50% discount of the delivery cost (50:50).
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