When we talk about how to cure tubal blockage, surgical treatment spills into the picture as a grand champion. A large number of women with blocked tubes wish to get the problems resulting from this disease solved as well as pregnant through surgery. However, their situations still raise red flags after a series of surgeries like laparoscopy and interventional therapy by X-ray, either of which can do a great job for emergency treatment. Apparently, there is no easy way to recovery, meaning that drugs for blocked tubes other than surgeries should be required grossly too.
Base on the theory from modern medicine, repeated and untreated pelvic inflammation diseases caused by a variety of pathogen including bacteria, chlamydia to mycoplasma always impair fallopian tubes and end up with serious tubal blockage. To inhibit more disastrous damage, clinicians often use a combination therapy of multiple antibiotics, adrenocortical hormone and hyaluronidase, which is known as one typical medication for tubal blockage. As well, many acesodynes are involved in this way that enables to address most symptoms of tubal blockage if it's mild.
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Moreover, Chinese traditional medicine (TCM) prominently offers a lot of drugs for blocked tubes. With the function of killing pathogen, reducing inflammation and improving immunity, “Fuyan Pill” is an outstanding example which is available for those with tubal blockage ranging from mild to severe. Added TCM contributes, aiming at different symptoms blocked tubes cause. If patients mainly complain of the continuous pain on low belly and back accompanied with a thick yellowish vaginal discharge, the combined usage of Red peony root, Cortex Moutan, Salvia Miltiorrhiza, Plantain Seed, Rhizoma Alismatis, Pubescent Holly Root, Patrinia and Honeysuckle Stem is a nice choice. If patients experience very few menses amounts but rather much sore breasts, it's helpful to practice the herbal medication consisting of Angelica Sinensis, Ligusticum Wallichii, Peach Seed, Carthamus Tinctorius, Rhizoma Cyperi, Radix Curcumae and Pubescent Holly Root. If patients always feel cold on arms and legs along with a wine-colored menstruation and a white thin vaginal discharge, a TCM doctor may prescribe a herbal remedy mixing together Fennel, Dried Ginger, Corydalis, Cinnamon, Cattail Pollen, Trogopterus Dung, Evodia Rutaecarpa, Folium Artemisiae Argyi, Angelica Sinensis, Ligusticum Wallichii and Red peony root.
Not only does TCM work as oral medicine, but also it can give relief to patients in external ways. For instance, clyster is universally performed with the enema made up of Spina Gleditsiae, Dandelion, Mangnolia Officinalis, Rheum Officinale and Clematoclethra Loniceroides. Furthermore, external application counts with one mixture of Rheum Officinale, Radix Scutellariae, Cortex Phellodendri and Coptis Chinensis, or another one including Chinese Arborvitae Twig, Rheum Officinale, Cortex Phellodendri, Herba Lycopi and Mentha Haplocalyx.