Many couples start preparing for pregnancy after they get married, but they have been trying to conceive for a long time, but have not seen pregnancy, so they will go to hospital for a systematic examination, and both parties will go, so that problem can be detected immediately. When a woman is found to have a blocked fallopian tube, she will be very confused. Why is fallopian tube blocked even though she has never been pregnant? Let's see.What are causes of blocked fallopian tubes?
1. Gynecological inflammation
Inflammation of pelvic and genitourinary tract is main cause of obstruction of fallopian tubes. Such as mycoplasma infection, chlamydial infection, cervicitis, endometritis, adnexitis, etc., if not treated in time, when inflammation spreads to fallopian tubes, it will lead to blockage of fallopian tubes.
2. Surgical infection
The female reproductive organs are not an independent and isolated system. Many organs adjacent to fallopian tubes are located only in pelvic cavity. Inflammation of any organ in pelvic cavity can affect fallopian tubes. Postoperative infection of uterine cavity, pelvic cavity and abdominal cavity is also main cause of tubal obstruction.
3. Postpartum/postabortion infection
After a miscarriage or childbirth, body's resistance weakens and dilated cervix does not close properly, and bacteria in cervix can rise up and infect pelvic cavity. If disinfection is not strictly carried out or proper attention is not paid to anti-infective treatment after surgery, germs can easily enter fallopian tubes, leading to sticking and blockage of fallopian tubes.
Some women with especially severe dysmenorrhea, because flow of menstrual blood is blocked, pain will be caused by blockage of menstrual blood, and uterus will contract strongly. Fallopian tubes caused by endometriosis, which is a physiological mechanical blockage.Will your fallopian tubes come out if you've never been pregnant?
Not required! Women who have never been pregnant may also have blocked fallopian tubes. Compared to women with a history of pregnancies and miscarriages, women without a history of pregnancy are less likely to have fallopian tube obstruction, but they cannot be completely ruled out.
Due to blockage of fallopian tubes in women, main cause is inflammatory diseases, tuberculosis diseases, tumor diseases of ovaries, etc.
Although there are patients who have not had conception, miscarriage, or uterine surgery, they may have pelvic inflammatory disease or tumors of fallopian tubes, suppression of fallopian tubes and blockage of lumen of fallopian tubes, or fallopian tuberculosis tubes, which destroys mucous membrane of patient's fallopian tubes and leads to blockage of fallopian tubes.
Therefore, women who have never been pregnant should also go to a regular specialist hospital for a fallopian tube examination if they have not become pregnant within a year.