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. The left tube appears to be fully blocked, meaning that treatment must be continued until the tube is cleared completely.
The Felopio treatment has helped hundreds of women to become mothers. Do not wait another day!