What Causes Fallopian Tube Blockage? | Dr. Neha Lalla | Endoscopy Surgeon in Thane

The tubal factor is responsible for 25-35 percent of female infertility. It occurs when the fallopian tubes get blocked (either completely or partially; at the near end or far end).
A normal fallopian tube is required for a healthy pregnancy. The sperms meet the egg in the fallopian tubes, and once fertilised, the fertilised egg travels to the uterus for implantation.
The following are some of the most prevalent reasons of fallopian tube obstruction:
Inflammatory Pelvic Disease (PID)
Endometriosis
Sexually Transmitted Diseases Fibroids (STDs)
Ectopic pregnancy history
Polyps, debris, or scars in and around the fallopian tube