Battling With Blocked Fallopian Tubes, Any Tips For Me?

Aunty Eya, good evening,please I want u to hide my ID my name is  ... Please i have been battling with blocked fallopian tubes and I really
don't have d money for IVF. And I also don't want to go through surgery. Please I want to know if There's anybody in the house who has treated such case of blocked fallopian tubes traditionally or who knows anybody that has treated such case. please I need it to be posted soon please.

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  1. Anonymous1/31/2014

    why not check on nairaland you should get more information as regards to this
    it is well
    you will testify and carry your own child before the end of this year

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    1. Amen!!!!!!!!!! and give birth as the hebrew women did.

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  2. There is presently no surgical treatment for blocked Fallopian tubes i.e (No doctor can operate and open a Fallopian tube) they will only damage your tubes totally. Google and search the internet for similar cases and see what was done to gently ease the tube open. A Fallopian tube is so tiny and quite difficult to open but with a lot of patience and a good medical team, you'll be fine. God will give you your own baby soon.

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    1. Anonymous2/01/2014

      I beg to disagree. Mine was blocked, the blockage was removed thru surgery. And guess what, I'm preggy now. It is very possible to operate n open d tubes my dear, u jus need to trust God n go to a professional in d field. @poster, since u dnt wanna do surgery n u cnt afford ivf, ask ur doc for other options u might hav n beliv God.

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  3. Anonymous1/31/2014

    Poster, keep praying God will open your fallopian tube

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  4. Anonymous1/31/2014

    go for ivf..no time

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  5. A friend of mine with a similar case just had her IVF done, I think that's the last resort, cos surgery is almost impossible, it's well my dear.

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  6. Anonymous2/01/2014

    Not to sound spiro or anything..it's only the almighty that gives children.

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    1. Anonymous2/03/2014

      so true
      because am young have no issues but have gotten bfn through ivf
      odinkachukwu

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  7. Poster please see a good gynea to discuss options as its only a specialist that can give further info.
    Pray and believe and God will bless you with the fruit of the womb very soon.Amen

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  8. POSTER2/02/2014

    Thank u everyone for ur contributions n prayers. I pray God answers me soon coz I feel soooooo frustrated n depressed. Pls @ anon 6:42 u said u had a tubal surgery n was successful,pls where did u do it or pls help me wt d doctor`s number so i can make enquiries.I know u understand how I feel.tnx a lot. POSTER

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    1. Anonymous2/02/2014

      Please my dear, if you already haven't, come closer to God, do things to the glory of God..sow seeds in faith, believe, proclaim..hold and challenge God on his promises..he is the only one that can give children. The same God that parted the Red Sea is still the same today..he created you therefore he owns all parts of your body..you testimony is right around the corner.

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    2. There Is something called flushing, it can help with blocked tubes. If you stay in Abuja go to National Hospital. I pray God intervenes for you. Hugs.

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  9. Anonymous2/02/2014

    it can be opened via flushing. Mine was opened via flushing. Ask ur gyn

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  10. Anonymous2/02/2014

    may God smile upon u dear poster. sry I've no idea on fallopian tubes cases.

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  11. Anonymous2/03/2014

    it can be open thru flushing . I did it in 2011 and i have 2 kids now if ur in Abuja visit body check ultrasoud clinic behind ABC transport utako.

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    1. Anonymous2/27/2016

      Hello, I know this an old post, but how many times did u go through the flushing process before you conceived. Thanks

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  12. Anonymous2/03/2014

    I also battled with d same thing last year but glory be to God, am 7months preggy now. Since dev confirmed it blocked fallopian tubes u av to undergo a minor surgery called laparoscopy, flushing doesn't open tubes. Better still see ur gyn. God b wit u!

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  13. Anonymous2/03/2014

    I also battled with d same thing last year but glory be to God, am 7months preggy now. Since dev confirmed it blocked fallopian tubes u av to undergo a minor surgery called laparoscopy, flushing doesn't open tubes. Better still see ur gyn. God b wit u!

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    1. Anonymous2/03/2014

      Laparoscopy is just an investigative surgery where they make a small incision to check the problems you are having. Since its been confirmed that her tubes arent patent there's no need for laparoscopy

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  14. Anonymous2/03/2014

    Tubal disease, a disorder in which the tubes are blocked or damaged, is responsible for approximately 25 percent to 35 percent of all female factor infertility. Tubal factor infertility is defined as any anatomic abnormality that prevents the sperm and egg from uniting.

    Types of Tubal Disease
    Tubal disease can be caused by infections or other conditions. Scar tissue can result from endometriosis, previous surgery, ruptured appendix or other trauma. Pelvic inflammatory disease (PID), caused by sexually transmitted diseases, such as chlamydia, that goes undiagnosed and treated, can also cause damage.

    Types of tubal conditions include:

    Proximal tubal occlusion in which the sperm is prevented from reaching the portion of the fallopian tube where fertilization normally occurs
    Distal tubal disease in which a woman can have disease ranging from mild adhesions to a complete blockage.
    Hydrosalpinx is a fallopian tube that is filled with fluid. It is caused by an injury to the end of the tube, which causes the end to close. Glands within the tube produce a watery fluid that collects within the tube and produces swelling.
    Diagnosing Tubal Factor Infertility
    Diagnosis of tubal factor infertility is typically done with a hysterosalpingogram (HSG), a sonohysterosalpingogram (SSG), a hysterosonogram, or laparoscopy.

    Even if one of these tests finds that the fallopian tubes are "patent" (open), that does not mean that tubal function is normal. Tubes that are open, but have scarring may not be able to perform all the necessary functions such as egg pick-up, egg transport, fertilization and embryo transport from the fallopian tube to the uterus.

    Treating Tubal Factor Infertility
    The treatment for tubal factor infertility is usually either surgery or in vitro fertilization (IVF), a treatment option that bypasses the fallopian tubes; however, there is not a lot of research comparing pregnancy rates with tubal surgery vs. IVF. In addition, the surgical options to open fallopian tubes vary depending on the location of the obstruction.

    In early 2012, the Practice Committee of the American Society for Reproductive Medicine assessed optimal treatment methods for tubal factor infertility and issued a Committee Opinion: Role of Tubal Surgery in the Era of Assisted Reproductive Technology, with the following conclusions:

    There is good evidence to support HSG as the standard first line test to assess tubal patency, but it is limited by false positive diagnoses of proximal tubal blockage.
    The evidence is fair to recommend tubal cannulation for proximal tubal obstruction in young women with no other significant infertility factors.
    The evidence is fair to recommend laparoscopic fimbrioplasty or neosalpingostomy for the treatment of mild hydrosalpinges in young women with no other significant infertility factors.
    There is good evidence for recommending laparoscopic salpingectomy or proximal tubal occlusion in cases of surgically irreparable hydrosalpinges to improve IVF pregnancy rates.
    When deciding upon treatment for tubal factor infertility, talk with your fertility doctor about the pros and cons of surgery vs. IVF. Factors to consider include your age, ovarian reserve, the number and quality of a partner's sperm, the number of children desired, the site and extent of tubal disease, the presence of other infertility factors, the risk of ectopic pregnancy and other complications, the experience of the surgeon, the success rates of the IVF program, cost and your preference.

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  15. Anonymous2/04/2014

    My dear all you need to do is a simple procedure called Hydrotubation. Any good gynecologist can do it.
    shortly before I got married in 2012 I was told that my two fallopian tubes were blocked. I don't need to tell you how I felt. To cut story short I did this procedure that did not last up to 20mins and got pregnant the next month. I have a bouncing baby boy now and to God be the glory am pregnant for my second baby. Infact I took in after 6 months of child birth. If you are interested I can direct u to the gynecologist that did mine.

    I also find out that some people contribute to topics they know nothing about in this blog. Pls it is not compulsory that you must contribute in other not to mislead people seeking for help.

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    1. Please this is my first time on this tread just finish reading your comment on this topic. please am also facing a problem of infertility and need to speak with you if possible.

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    2. Anonymous4/12/2016

      Please I will also need the contact of your gyn. My wife did hydrotubation procedure last month, sadly she got her period last week and the pain in our hearts are massive. we have been married for 2 years and we got to know that she has IMPRESSION NORMAL UTERUS. PERIFIMBRIAL ADHESION. after HSG. Good advice and support will be apprciated

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    3. Anonymous6/21/2016

      Plsss I will also need to do the hydrotubation m having the same problem pls I Need to see the gynecologist that did urs.thanks

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    4. Anonymous9/23/2016

      Gudday to u my dear, how r ur kiddies hope all fine. Pls I would like u to direct me to gyna who did ur hydrotubation, bin married for 2yrs now no issues plssss I need ur help. Here is my number u can contact me or send me d info 08130467255. Tanks nd God bless

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  16. Anonymous, pls contact me through cninkiru@yahoo.com
    I reside in warri & i have a product that have been tested & trusted.
    Its from Malaysia
    I know u will testify through this product as others have.

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  17. POSTER2/04/2014

    @ anon 10:30 pls help me wt d directions pls,I would like to meet d doctor n also d state where u did it and also his number Tnks

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    1. Anonymous2/04/2014

      Contact Eya, I've sent the contact to her.

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    2. Anonymous2/07/2014

      I am also battling with the same problem pls am intrested in the hydrotubation

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  18. Anonymous11/05/2014

    I conceived the next month after hydrotubation(tube flushing)

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  19. Anonymous12/02/2015

    Please I have the same issue?,please I need the contact of the doctor that did the flushing, contact me on (ifoluke @yahoo.com)God bless

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  20. Pls house I need ur advise, I got married as a virgin.trying to get pregnant but no coming forth.until I did HSG still not pregnant.so the doc said I will ave to undergo hyrotubation since my husband sperm was ok.i don't knw d side effect of the hydrotubation.i can't stop crying

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  21. Anonymous4/28/2016

    Pls what did dey call fallopian tube in yoruba?

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    1. Ona ti eyin obinrin n gab de Ile omo

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    2. Ona ti eyin obinrin n gab de Ile omo

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  22. Plz am facing d same problem block tubes plz I need d doctor number too. My marriage is at stack here.

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  23. Am having tubal blockage after cs, pls help me out on how to unblock my tubes. 07038976235

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  24. Anonymous6/08/2017

    is flushing painful? cuz d hsg i did wasnt funny at all

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    1. Anonymous6/18/2017

      Flushing for me was far less traumatic than the hsg.

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  25. Anonymous5/02/2018

    Gud day house playing how much does it cost to undergo hydrotubation

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  26. Anonymous5/02/2018

    Gud day friends pls how much does it cost to undergo hydrotubation in Ghana a Frnds concern

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