Are you struggling with blocked fallopian tubes and the dream of becoming a mother feels like an unattainable goal? A groundbreaking study published in Alternative Therapies In Health and Medicine in February 2008 brings hope to women facing infertility due to this common issue. The study reveals that there is a non-invasive solution that can […]
I had adhesions along my fallopian tubes, and one of my tubes was partially blocked. When I found out I was pregnant, we were just thrilled. We did a total of four in vitro fertilizations which all failed. No pregnancies with any of them. So by that time, we were really at our wit’s end […]
As the place where natural conception occurs, the fallopian tubes are truly the place where life begins. Due to their location and size, fallopian tubes can become blocked from pelvic scars or adhesions. Together, these “mechanical causes” account for about 40% of all female infertility. Tubes can block near the uterus (proximal), by the ovary (distal) or in the middle of the tube (mid-tubal). In some cases, the tube swell with a fluid in a condition called hydrosalpinx. While a single blocked tube impairs fertility, blockage of both tubes causes total infertility.
The Wurn Technique is a non-surgical infertility treatment that uses pelvic physical therapy to decrease the adhesions causing tubal damage and hydrosalpinx. Once mobility is restored, the previously blocked tube(s) often regains normal function, creating a free path for conception to occur. Many women with a diagnosis of hydrosalpinx became pregnant naturally after receiving this hands- on therapy.
When trying to make treatment choices for fallopian tube occlusion, it is crucial to understand the type of blockage. The success of treatment options varies greatly depending on the location of the blockage. Fallopian tubes can be blocked in three places: Proximal: Near the uterus Medial: In the middle of the tube Distal: At the […]
Chlamydia, often known as the “silent” STD, can cause extensive scarring and adhesions within the female reproductive tract. Because Chlamydia produces relatively few noticeable symptoms, women are often unaware they have it until they struggle with infertility and undergo extensive diagnostic testing. Although doctors can cure Chlamydia with pharmaceuticals, the adhesions and scar tissue caused […]
GAINESVILLE, Florida, February 18, 2008/PRNewswire/ — A study published in Alternative Therapies In Health and Medicine (Feb 2008) reports that blocked fallopian tubes can be opened without surgery, enabling infertile women to become pregnant naturally. The authors of the study “Treating Fallopian Tube Occlusion with a Manual Pelvic Physical Therapy,” became curious after a pilot […]
New Orleans, LA., November 2, 2006/PRNewswire/ — Scientists at the Annual Meeting of the American Society for Reproductive Medicine (ASRM) reported that therapists were able to open totally blocked fallopian tubes using a new pelvic physical therapy that feels similar to a deep massage. Previously, surgery was the only treatment option for women with blocked […]