Can fluid filled fallopian tubes with Hydrosalpinx get unblocked?

Our experience shows that you can get rid of Hydrosalpinx. You can overcome this with perseverance!


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For the past 20 years, we have had the opportunity of communicating with over 100,000 people, mostly women but concerned men as well, who were affected by blocked fallopian tubes. The information provided here is based on these experiences and real life proven examples with actual confirmed results. This information has not been evaluated or endorsed by the FDA. It is also not supported by the majority of western medicine trained doctors especially in the field of reproductive technology. It is solely based on our experience and the experiences shared by the people we have dealt it. Who knows where things will be 20 or 30 years from now? This information is not a substitute for medical advice. Consult your doctor if you have health problems.

What is Hydrosalpinx?

A tough condition but possible to overcome

Hydrosalpinx is a condition which causes the fallopian tubes to become blocked and swollen with fluid. Blockages from Hydrosalpinx can be partial or complete. Also referred to as salpingitis, the condition can affect one or both fallopian tubes. Hydrosalpinx is caused by infection and the infected fluid starts to accumulate inside the tube(s). The fluid is trapped by blockages on either side, so that the fluid has no place to go and the fallopian tube starts to swell. The tube could be described as looking like a sausage or ballon.

Some other terms used to describe hydrosalpinx are: infected fallopian tubes, swollen fallopian tubes, dialated fallopian tubes, damaged fallopian tubes, toxic fluid filled fallopian tubes.

Miriam, a 29 year old mother of one, had been trying unsuccessfully for 3 years after her first child turned two years old. She had come to us in 2018 after her HSG result showed a blocked left fallopian tube and right hydrosalpinx. Her Obgyn recommended laparoscopic surgery but she couldn’t come to terms with it and searched for a natural treatment to unblock her fallopian tubes. She wanted to try Felopio but wasn’t sure. This is what she said in her first email to us in July 2018:

“I have my doubts but my husband is still hesitant about Felopio treatment though i would rather give it a shot with the little money i have than going for surgery.”

She gave Felopio a try for two months and her daughter was born just over a year later.

“I don't know if I gave you the awesome news, but i gave birth to a baby girl- 3 months now. Thanks”

Hydrosalpinx – Removing the Fallopian Tubes Prior to IVF

Hydrosalpinx is not considered treatable in fertility clinics, so patients are usually referred to an IVF specialist. The removal of the tube or tubes affected by hydrosalpinx is often suggested or required prior to IVF. This suggestion is made because of the danger presented by the infected fluid leaking into the uterus greatly reducing the success rate of IVF. Hydrosalpinx can also cause a miscarriage in case of a an unlikely pregnancy. Another risk with hydrosalpinx is the possiblity of ectopic (tubal) pregnancy.

The problem with removing the tubes affected by hydrosalpinx is that such a drastic measure is irreversible. It may increase the chances of IVF, but once the fallopian tubes are removed there is no hope of ever conceiving naturally. IVF becomes the only option. For this reason alone, it is in your favour to opt for less drastic approaches and try to save the fallopian tubes before making a descision to remove them for good.

Hydrosalpinx is a complex tubal condition but it is possible to overcome even in very tough cases when you give it enough time.

Emmanuela had a long battle with hydrosalpinx. She showed so much perseverance in her 13 months on the Felopio treatemnt. What a great example of a spirit that doesn't not give up.

"Six months after wedding my expectations hit a hard surface as pregnancy was far from it. I decided to seek for medical attention and after series of tests the doctor confirmed that my two tubes were blocked and damaged, that was the language he used. However, I consulted another gynaecologist who took me round the same kind of examination and the result reads: Bilateral chronic salpingitis with hydrosalpinx on both tubes. The options given to me by all the medical experts I consulted were: adoption; IVF; and surgical operation which for surgical solution they said the success rate was just 2%. At this juncture all plans for my future family turns topsyturvy and the search for solution to my problem began".

She started Felopio in December of 2009 and continued all the way to Januray of 2011.

“Just as I concluded the last treatment early Februrary 2011 that same month I missed my period. I again visited a gynaecologist who recommended ultrasound test, there it was confirmed that I was 7 weeks pregnant. Well, this initially sounds unbelieveable and tears of joy ran through me. Now am in my third trimester (7months).”

We are happy to tell you that today Emmanuela is a monther of three! While her journey took a long time, it clearly illustrates that you never know what can happen unless you try. Sometimes you have to try harder.

Natural Treatment for Hydrosalpinx

Hydrosalpinx has been successfully cleared on numerous occasions with Felopio. Our herbal treatment works on hydrosalpinx much the same way it works on any blocked tube.

The treatment softens the blockages and the debris are removed from the reproductive system during the vaginal flushes. When all blockage on the proximal side (near the uterus) has been evacuated, the trapped fluid will drain out and the shape of the fallopian tube returns to normal. Many of the women who use Felopio to treat hydrosalpinx actually report the moment this fluid drains out. The treatment continues to work on the remaining blockages and eventually, the underlaying infection causing the tube to swell. Once the distal blockages are completely removed, the fallopian tube will function normally.

At this point natural conception is possible once again.