Fallopian tube facilitates the passage of eggs to the sperm and fertilized egg to the uterus. Any blockage in the fallopian tube will prevent pregnancy. Tubular blockage is one of the common causes for infertility in females. There are different types of surgeries available for removing the fallopian tube blockage. It may vary depending upon the extent and location of the blockage.
Some of the surgeries can be done using laparoscopic techniques and microsurgical techniques. Open abdominal surgery is also done. Some of the most common surgeries to remove the fallopian blockage are:
There are minimal invasive procedures to remove the tubal blockage such as selective tubal cannulation. Surgeries may require 2-3 days of hospital stay. After the surgery, the surgeon may give you antibiotics to prevent infection.