Pregnancy is a complex physiological process, every step of which is important. The fallopian tube is even more laborious, as it picks up eggs and serves as the only place for sperm to combine, transporting fertilized eggs to the uterine cavity. But the fallopian tubes are also the most prone to problems. In infertile women, at least one-third of them are due to blocked fallopian tubes, and there is a gradual upward trend.

To prevent tubal obstruction, we need to start from the source. Now let’s work together to identify the true culprits causing tubal obstruction.

One of the main culprits: gynecological inflammation

Shortly after a night of passion, Xiaoxue felt an increase in lower body secretions and a burning sensation. Upon going to the hospital for examination, she found non gonococcal urethritis, a chlamydia infection. But this disease keeps going back and forth, and it is always difficult to cure. When Xiaoxue wanted to conceive, she couldn’t conceive. Upon examination, it turned out to be a blockage in the interstitial area of both fallopian tubes. The doctor said it could be caused by ascending infection of Chlamydia causing salpingitis.

Pelvic and reproductive tract infections are the main culprits causing tubal obstruction. If left untreated, infections such as Mycoplasma, Chlamydia, Neisseria gonorrhoeae, cervicitis, endometritis, and adnexitis can spread to the fallopian tubes, leading to blockage. If pelvic and reproductive tract infections can be eradicated, the most important factor of tubal obstruction can be eliminated in the cradle.

The second culprit: surgical infection (postoperative infection in the uterine cavity, pelvic cavity, and abdominal cavity)

Susan had surgery for appendicitis perforation six years ago, and the surgery was relatively smooth without any discomfort. In the past year, Susan and her husband have planned to have a child, but they have always been unable to conceive. After examination, it was found that the follicles were developing normally, but the fallopian tubes were blocked. The doctor who diagnosed and treated her told her that an appendix perforation can increase the probability of tubal infertility by 4.8 times.

The female reproductive system is not an independent isolation system, and there are many organs adjacent to the fallopian tubes in the pelvic cavity alone. Inflammation of any organ in the pelvic cavity may affect the fallopian tubes. Postoperative infections in the uterine cavity, pelvic cavity, and abdominal cavity are also a major cause of tubal obstruction.

If disinfection is not strict, or if there is chronic inflammation of the original reproductive system, it may cause postoperative infection, or if the operation is not standardized, or if personal hygiene is not followed or medical advice is not followed after the operation, it may cause inflammation, thereby affecting natural conception. Therefore, to ensure the unobstructed flow of the fallopian tubes, it is necessary to pay attention to anti infection treatment after uterine cavity surgery or surgery, even if it is abdominal surgery far from the fallopian tubes.

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