How to Get Pregnant when both Fallopian Tubes are Blocked
There are two tiny tubes called fallopian tubes on either side of the uterus. These tubes are responsible for transporting a mature egg from the ovaries to the uterus. The fallopian tube is where the egg is fertilized and the resulting embryo then travels into the uterine cavity where it implants. If the fallopian tubes are injured or blocked, the chances of conceiving are greatly diminished.
An ectopic pregnancy ensues when a fertilized egg implants outside the uterus, most often in one of the fallopian tubes. These pregnancies are not viable and may result in a life threatening situation.
What causes fallopian tubes to become obstructed or damaged
The fallopian tubes are easily injured or blocked due to their small diameter and delicate structure. The most common causes of tubal occlusion are listed below.
Pelvic inflammatory disease (PID)
STD infections such as chlamydia
Prior ectopic pregnancy
Tubal ligation or any tubal surgery
Abdominal or pelvic surgeries
How to Get pregnant when both fallopian tubes are blocked?
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