Can The Fallopian Tubes Return To Normal After A Uterine Infection?
morning, after my cyst surgery on the uterus using a laser, my uterus was declared to have an infection and the lab results said the dilated lumen was filled with minimal inflammatory cells, the medication for that infection, and my fallopian tube was clogged, if my infection had healed after Is there any chance that the fallopian tubes will return to normal?
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Inflammatory cells in the fallopian tubes or fallopian tubes can become thickening of the walls of the fallopian tubes. For thickening that causes blockages will vary whether total or partial blockage. This event is called patency of the fallopian tubes.
Usually this can be seen from the condition of the symptoms experienced by the most frequent thing is the difficulty to have offspring or referred to as subfertility. Which can then be carried out by the doctor's examination as well as supporting with hysterosalphingography examination this is by entering a liquid called contrast where this will be able to see what percentage of blockage occurs.
We recommend that you consult with your obstetrician so that you can predict the condition that you are experiencing correctly and for the possibility of returning to normal it will usually also be associated with inflammatory conditions that occur whether to form extensive scarring or not.
To trigger a good recovery, you should implement a healthy life
Eat regularly and be nutritious
Sufficient fluid needs
Avoid sexually transmitted infections so as to prevent further inflammation.
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