For some women, conceiving can be a frustrating and difficult experience for any number of reasons. One of the top reasons for infertility is having one or both of your fallopian tubes blocked. Can you cure a blocked fallopian tube? Yes you can, and in this article we’re going to look at some holistic approaches you can use to improve your chances of becoming pregnant.
Fallopian tubes can become blocked for a number of reasons. Excess waste, damage from past surgeries, scar tissue from inflammations or just regular dehydration.
Surgery is one option to try and unblock the tube, but this is far from guaranteed, and can be very expensive.
So if you’re interested you can try some of these at home tips, that are completely natural that can help clear up the problem.
For scar tissue, you can try going on a regiment of Bromelain. This comes from pineapples, and has been shown to treat inflammation as well as repair damaged scar tissue if used over time.
Another method, for blockage, is to use a mineral water douche. Mineral water brings out excess waste and other blockages and has the added benefit of hydrating your fallopian tubes.
Using a slant board, and 2 ounces of water, you can retain the water for around 10 minutes a couple of times a day. Do this for a week to help bring out any excess blockage.
Finally, drink lots of water. In a lot of cases, fallopian tubes are simply not hydrated enough. Drinking lots of water will help bring hydration to several parts of your body, including the fallopian tubes.