Frequently Asked Questions
If you are using Felopio to unblock your tubes, it is best to avoid sex until the completion of the treatment. The reason we do not recommend any sexual intercourse in between tampon changes is because the unblocking is not instant, but it happens gradually over the course of the treatment. So, we want to make sure that all blockages are completely removed, before you resume trying. This precaution is to avoid the chance for an ectopic pregnancy before the tubes are fully open. Open they will, so have patience and allow Felopio to do its work first.
During your Felopio procedures you can shower, but swimming or taking baths is not recommended.
Yes. You will carry on with most of your day to day tasks as normal.
It is best not to interrupt the process. Each day keeps building upon the efforts of its predecessor, so whenever you interrupt the procedure you impede your progress.
No. Felopio is only used in between periods and never during our period. As soon as you notice any spotting you would pause the treatment. Wait until your period is done to resume with the remaining tampons.
It usually takes 3 to 7 days for the mixture to soften blockages, hardness and scar tissues in your tubes. Soon you will see the actual blockages coming out during the vaginal flushes. You will also feel better overall. You will know it is working.
Felopio works on the reproductive system locally, and it does not have a direct effect on your hormone levels. However, once your reproductive system and overall health have been restored, it is not uncommon for your hormones to find their natural levels as well.
Felopio is only used in between menstrual cycles and NEVER during your period, so there is zero risk of TSS. Also, the nature of Felopio tampons is totally different from the regular tampons used during your menstrual cycle. The regular tampons are designed to keep stuff inside, Felopio tampons on the contrary are NOT (one would actually wear a pad during the procedure).
Absolutely Not. Felopio is used only for unblocking the tubes and restoring the womb so that you can get pregnant naturally. Felopio has nothing to do with the development of the baby.
Felopio is 100% natural (only plant based). It has absolutely no traces of peanuts or gluten. If you have any allergies to plants, you can try Felopio at your discretion. If you experience any inconvenience, discontinue the procedure immediately, and return the complete unused portion for a full refund (less shipping and handling fees). We believe Felopio’s purity and pure plant origin make it absolutely safe for most women.
If it is about unblocking the Fallopian tubes, Felopio’s success rate is very high. It is effective with both proximal and distal blockages. It is most effective with women in their natural state – no surgical attempts to unblock the tubes or tubal reversals. Hydrosalpinx tends to take a little bit longer to cure, although this is not necessary true for all women. With patience and dedication, almost all blockages can be removed, although the healing period may vary.
Yes. The treatment may in some cases take a little bit longer. You can read more about Hydroslapinx here.
This is the vaginal douche used:
The time it takes to unblock the fallopian tubes varies. We consider about 40 days or two monthly cycles as the usual treatment duration. Shortest time: as little as 20 days or half order of treatment, while severe cases may require longer than usual treatments.
You will see tissues and particles, which some women describe as “rolled up toilet paper tissue or noodle like particles”. The particles will vary from woman to woman, and also from one part of the procedure to another. You can refer to our Felopio Flushes page to see examples.
I used Felopio to unblock my fallopian tubes, but now my tubes appear to be more blocked than before. Why is that?
When Felopio softens and removes the blockage, the loose tissue is carried down the fallopian tubes. If the blockage has moved to the proximal end of the fallopian tube (the tube appears completely blocked during the HSG test) it means that the treatment must be continued to completely remove the blockage.
Before the Felopio treatment, the fallopian tubes are blocked – left tube is distal and right tube is proximal.
After the Felopio treatment the proximal blockage in the right tube was cleaned, however distal blockage in the left tube has now moved down the tube and become proximal blockage. Meaning that treatment must be continued until the tube is cleared completely.
There are 40 days of treatment in one order. 40 days would take place in between 3 consecutive menstrual cycles for most women.
Absolutely, the Felopio treatment would improve your overall reproductive health and increase your chances with IVF.
No. You will need to have a tubal reversal surgery. If your tubes are blocked after the tube reversal you can use Felopio to unblock them. You can also use Felopio after the tubal reversal to ensure the best chance for the tubes to heal open.
Yes. Pelvic scans for many women have indicated the fibroids were reduced or were not seen at all following the treatment.