Problems Getting Pregnant? Options You Have To Help With This Problem

Posted on: 15 September 2015

If you have been trying to get pregnant but it isn't happening, it could be that you are just not giving it enough time. How long it takes you depends on many things, but on average 85% of women become pregnant within one year, and then chances gradually become less after this. If it has been longer than a year, you should make an appointment with your doctor to see what the problem is. They may suggest surgery, but there are other things you can try first to help with this problem.

Surgery for Blocked Fallopian Tubes

When your fallopian tubes are blocked, sperm cannot successfully pass through the tubes to get to the unfertilized egg that is waiting in the uterus. This blockage could be from scarring due to Pelvic Inflammatory Disease (PID) or other damage to the tubes.  Surgery can be performed to treat this condition. What type of surgery you receive depends on the extent of the blockage, as well as where it is located.

Three types of surgery the doctor may perform include:

  • Salpingectomy: Remove the blocked part of the fallopian tube.
  • Salpingostomy: Performed if the blockage is at the end of your fallopian tube.
  • Selective tubal cannulation: This procedure is done if the blocked part is where your fallopian tube meets with your uterus.

Your obstetrician can go over these surgeries in more detail with you and may also suggest other types of surgeries.

Natural Remedies for Blocked Fallopian Tubes

If you do not want to have surgery, you can try to use natural methods to clear the blockage first. A fertilize cleanse is one option you can try. This process detoxes your reproductive system and increases the circulation of blood to the reproductive organs, which will help clear the blockage.

Herbal remedies may be beneficial to cure the blockage. These herbs reduce inflammation and increase blood circulation to the fallopian tubes. Some herbs you can try include:

  • Ginger
  • Goldenseal
  • Ginseng
  • Red clover
  • Green tea
  • Chamomile

A daily fertilize massage may help reduce any fluid buildup you may have in your fallopian tubes. It may also break down scar tissue. This massage involves the area around your ovaries, uterus, and fallopian tubes. If you are not sure where these areas are or how to do this massage, see a massage therapist that works with this type of massage.

Before you start any type of natural therapy to help with blocked fallopian tubes, let your doctor know what you are doing.