As a sister who has been trying to conceive for over six months, is there something wrong with her body during pregnancy? With increasing chance of blocked fallopian tubes, many sisters have doubts about their fallopian tubes being blocked and all kinds of anxiety. In fact, pregnancy does not happen overnight, it needs fate, so you do not need to worry too much. If you're worried about blocked fallopian tubes, you can have your own fallopian tubes checked. Next, I will teach you a few small methods.Fallopian tube self-examination
1. Have you been trying to conceive for a year now but haven't conceived yet?
2. How long did you not conceive a child after an ectopic pregnancy?
3. Have you had miscarriages or abortions?
4. Do you have gynecological inflammation?
5. Do you feel discomfort in your stomach?
6. Do you feel soreness, swelling and falling in lower back and sacrum?
7. Increase whiter?
8. Do you feel pain in AA with your husband?Are fallopian tubes free? What methods can we use to detect it?
1. Pipe Fluid:
It consists of inserting a tube into woman's uterus and then injecting medicine through tube. The medicine flows out of uterine cavity through fallopian tubes and finally reaches pelvic cavity. Fluid flows back into syringe, indicating that solution entered abdominal cavity through uterine cavity and fallopian tube cavity, indicating that fallopian tubes are free.
This is a method widely used in clinic to check for blockage and pathology of fallopian tubes in women. It allows you to accurately determine location, degree and condition of obstruction of fallopian tubes, as well as identify tuberculous lesions in endometrium, fallopian tubes, and pelvic cavity., Providing a targeted direction for next stage of treatment.
Look directly at patency of fallopian tube, location and degree of adhesion of surrounding organs, and relationship between fimbriae of fallopian tube and ovary.Under what circumstances do you need to have a tubal patency test?
Infertile women who wish to have children with above factors of tubal infertility, a history of repeated adverse pregnancy, anomalies in development of genital tract, suspicion of intrauterine adhesions or diverticula, should be re-examined after tubal surgery, as well as before assisted reproduction and assisted pregnancy. A tubal patency test is recommended.