How to get relive from my peritublar adhesion, as I want to be mother soon?

Tubal damage such as peritubular adhesions are a common hindrance to fertility. Adhesions that develop in the tubes can make it difficult for the sperm to reach the egg. The adhesions may also cause blockages and prevent the fertilized egg from reaching the uterus. Tubal damage may occur due to various reasons such as pelvic infection and sexually transmitted diseases. Tubal adhesions may also occur as a result of endometriosis, a disease in which the cells that are present in the uterus start growing outside the womb. Endometriosis is a common problem that affects many women. Many of these women are fertile, but may face difficulty in conceiving. Treatment options for tubular adhesions and blockages are as follows;

  • Some women with blocked fallopian tubes opt for in vitro fertilization as a treatment for the condition. However this may be an expensive process.
  • There is also surgery available but there are some risks associated with it. Surgery can also leave behind more adhesions. It is best to discuss the risks of such surgery with your doctor.
  • There are also alternative therapies available such as acupuncture. This must be done by a trained professional.
  • Another natural treatment for blocked tubes is deep tissue massage which is believed to manually locate the blockages inside the body and then gradually ease them out.
  • Herbal tampons are another type of treatment for this condition. These are tampons which are soaked in a combination of herbs can be used in a regular fashion at night. The herbs are believed to travel inside the reproductive system and break up the blockages. You may also choose herbal douche to remove the blockages and any traces left behind by the tampons. An herbal capsule may also be administered. It is advisable to discuss such treatments with your doctor before opting for them.

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