How To Deal With A Fallopian Tube Damaged By An Ectopic Pregnancy?
Good afternoon, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com. Fimbrioplasty is a medical procedure that aims to restore the function of the fimbria, a structure of the female reproductive organs, as shown in the image below.
When a woman experiences an abnormality in the part called the fallopian tube or fallopian tube by becoming obstructed or blocked, a procedure is needed that is able to open the barrier while maintaining the function of the fimbria in capturing eggs from the ovaries, and that procedure is called fimbrioplasty.
Among the indications that a person for fimbrioplasty is:
Patients whose fallopian tubes are still intact, but only blocked. Patients whose fimbriatic ends are attached
And the conditions under which fimbrioplasty should not be performed are:
Old age Patients with persistent pregnancy difficulties after previous history of reconstructive surgery History of ectopic pregnancy or pregnancy outside the uterus Severe adhesions History of repeated salpingostomy procedures Positive on chlamydial serology test results
So in fact, regarding your question about whether you are fit for fimbrioplasty is a question that can only be answered after you have undergone a series of history digging, physical examination, and tests conducted by an obstetrician. We can't answer that clearly right now, although the conditions for this procedure are still complete tubal, and no history of ectopic pregnancy, two things you may not have. Your tube is damaged, and that's because of an ectopic pregnancy. But again, this assessment should be done by an obstetrician.
In addition, it is undeniable that this condition affects fertility or fertility, but because you are still young, there are still many opportunities for you to have children with one tube that is still functioning. Because after all you also have to know that pregnancy is a matter of possibility. Many women still get pregnant with only one tube, and many women don't get pregnant even though they have a complete tube.
So once again, you should discuss this with an obstetrician, so that you can also be guided and given an understanding of the various possibilities that you have and why you cannot undergo some of the other possibilities. Apart from that, maintain your health by avoiding stress, cigarette smoke, unhealthy sexual behavior, eating nutrient-rich foods such as fruits and vegetables, maintaining genital hygiene and exercising and sleeping regularly. We wish you and your family good health.
That's all, hope it helps.
dr. Amadeo D. Basfiansa