Tubal Blocks

A tubal block prevents the successful passage of the sperm to the egg, which means that it cannot get fertilized. A block also prevents the temporary storage of the oocyte and the movement of the embryo to the uterine cavity. Tubal blocks develop due to tuberculosis, endometriosis, Pelvic Inflammatory disease (PID), adhesions, infections after child birth, Dilatation & Curettage, and scarring.

We diagnose tubal blocks through a laparoscopic procedure or using a dye test called Hysterosalpingogram (HSG). When patients come with primary infertility, they undergo diagnostic laparoscopy through which their entire reproductive system is analyzed. We check for blocks in the tube, endometriosis of the uterus, cysts in ovaries and fibroids. The procedure is usually done between Day 6 and Day 10 of the menstrual cycle.

If there is a block in your fallopian tube, surgery is the only course of treatment, but it also depends on the location and extent of the block in the fallopian tube.

A Tuboplasty is a specific type of surgery done to restore your fallopian tubes.

Tubal recanalization is a microsurgical technique, either performed through an open abdominal surgery or laparoscopy

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