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Can Fallopian Tube Blockage Cause Dysmenorrhea?
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qetuo - August 1

The inflammatory in fallopian tube can cause pathological changes. Many inflammatory can cause fallopian tube blockage such as vaginitis, cervicitis, endometritis and PID. Fallopian tube blockage is an important reason that causes female infertility. Patients can feel the symptoms of fallopian tube blockage by themselves. Women would have lower back pain and abdominal pain when they suffer fallopian tube blockage.

Patients with fallopian tube blockage almost don’t have any symptoms. Female infertility caused by fallopian tube blockage is only symptom. Fallopian tube blockage doesn’t have relations with menstruation because menstruation is controlled by hormone. The hormone can’t affect the function of fallopian tube.

Though fallopian tube blockage doesn’t affect menstruation, some sufferers have experienced dysmenorrhea. This pain could be caused by other diseases. As fallopian tube blockage doesn’t have any symptoms, many sufferers would go to see the doctor when they can’t get pregnant. Women with infertility problems who have suffered from pelvic inflammatory disease could suspect fallopian tube obstruction. There are different tests they could have to diagnose a fallopian tube problem. Because Chlamydia is often the cause of blocked fallopian tubes, testing for this disease is one of the simplest and most affordable methods that could suggest tube obstruction. Sonography might also hint to a fallopian tube problem, and through surgery (laparoscopy), the obstruction of the tubes can be diagnosed. Another evaluative method is hysterosalpingogram.

Thus, fallopian tube blockage can’t cause dysmenorrhea. Herbal medicine named Fuyan Pill can help to treat infertility caused by fallopian tube blockage. In general, sufferers would recover in three months.

 

breathe - October 30

I think what you say is quite reasonable.
I have acquired fallopian tube blockage. after taking antibiotics for about 3 months, but the effect is really limited.
so I am planning to take another therapeutic protocol.
can you explain the detail mechanism of how your medicine is working?

 

bradleydanielelliot - November 18

the blockage is quite essential at the moment.

 

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