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    Default Unblocking Blocked Fallopian Tubes

    My wife has been looking into unblocking her fallopian tubes and has heard about the following (and we are interested in finding out whether they work and the best places to buy them).

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    Have they been confirmed as blocked through an endoscopy or a dye test? Are both blocked?
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    No they have not done those tests. but the liquid didn't go through when they checked the tubes. They said either there is a spasm or they are blocked completely.

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    I read somewhere that you should take buscopan before the tube dye test to help prevent spasms. I had this test and neither side looked amazing. One side eventually came clear (with a whole lot of pain) and the other side stayed looking blocked.

    I have gotten pregnant twice in 18 months(early mc and my now 4 month old) so I dont put too much faith in that test. Good luck x

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    Something else you might like to consider...

    I was looking into some manual therapy for unblocking one of my Fallopian tubes before I fell pregnant naturally.

    There's a therapy/clinic in the US called Clear Passages. It's a 5 day hands-on therapy that costs roughly $5K. My understanding is that the therapists are specially trained to manually break down scar tissues which cause blockages, and are able to open up blocked tubes....sorry that's a rough explanation...it's been a while since I read up on it!

    The testimonies are great, I would have done this for sure if I couldn't fall preg naturally. Good Luck.

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    I've had 2 dye tests, one while under GA the other while awake. I was given buscopan to stop the spasms. It was just an injection about 5 mins before they started.

    If she had the dye test without the buscopan I would consider getting it done again and asking for it. It's not a nice procedure, if fact I found it terrible, but she doesn't want to be taking drugs when her tubes aren't in fact blocked.

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    Is Naprogesic the same thing as Buscopan, as my wife took that prior to the dye test

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    Naprogesic is a NSAID for pain and swelling, Buscopan works on pain and cramping in the GI tract... So comely different, but both helpful :-)

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    Naprogesic is a pain relief, Buscopan stops spasms which can give false readings of the tubes being blocked when they in fact aren't.

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    If we have been unable to conceive naturally, wouldn't this indicate that the tubes are blocked rather than spasming?


 

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