Herbal tea-remedy-organic: blocked fallopian tubes

Infertility isn't just related to ovulation problems. Problems can also arise with the tubes when they are blocked or damaged

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Infertility isn't just related to ovulation problems. Problems can also arise in the tubes when they are blocked or damaged. The egg and sperm just can't meet. For a woman to get pregnant and have a baby, the tubes have to work normally and be intact (at least one!). In 15% of fertility disorders, the causes are linked to an abnormality of the tubes. The Organic Health and Prosperity group offers you a natural antiseptic treatment that treats inflammation and infection. This herbal tea prevents the formation of scar tissue and adhesions very effective in unclogging your fallopian tubes and restoring your fertility. The herbal tea helps reduce congestion and excess body fluids. These properties allow the unblocking of the fallopian tubes caused by several conditions. This abnormality is linked to genital infections, endometriosis or a sequel of surgery.

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Genital infections

° Genital infections are most often the consequences of sexually transmitted diseases that reach the fallopian tubes. Salpingitis is an inflammation of the fallopian tubes due to a genital infection. It can be acute (that is, the infection is recent) or chronic (the infection has occurred in the past and still persists) and cause an obstruction in the tubes. Salpingitis infections are usually caused by Chlamydiae germs, mycoplasmas or gonococci. These are germs responsible for sexually transmitted diseases, but which most often go unnoticed.
° To prevent these infections, it is recommended to protect yourself during sexual intercourse (especially in the case of multiple or occasional partners) and regular follow-up with your gynecologist is necessary.
Other infections

° Other infections can contaminate the fallopian tubes. In the case of peritonitis (an infection of the peritoneum) for example, following a complicated appendicitis, the fallopian tube can be infected.
Uterine infections can also block the fallopian tubes. In the event of a previous abortion or miscarriage, the scars in the tissues after these events will develop and constitute obstacles in the tubes. This is also the case with one or more histories of ectopic pregnancy.

° Endometriosis is a gynecological condition in which the endometrial tissue which normally covers the uterine wall is found at the level of the fallopian tubes. The abnormal presence of this uterine lining in the fallopian tubes will block the progression of sperm to the egg and prevent fertilization.
Surgical sequelae

° We talk about an adhesion when the walls of the tubes stick together, preventing the movement of the ovum and the sperm. These adhesions are sometimes post-operative complications. They can form after appendectomy or ovarian or uterine surgery. These post-operative complications are rare today because they are easily controlled.

When the tubes are blocked, it will interfere with the movement and progress of the egg and sperm. Either the egg cannot meet the sperm (and there is no fertilization), or there is fertilization, but the egg cannot progress to the uterus.
When fertilization does not take place or is impossible, the egg is automatically lost in the abdominal cavity. We are talking about tubal sterility.
If the obstruction is not complete, the fertilized egg may circulate, but will have difficulty progressing to the uterus. The egg will then implant in the fallopian tube and evolve into an ectopic pregnancy. At some point, the fallopian tube will rupture, causing internal bleeding.

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