Vascular Surgery Florida: Blocked Fallopian Tubes

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Do you want to enjoy healthy life? By having Blocked Fallopian Tubes services you can remove vascular risk easily. Read this pdf for more details.


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Vascular Surgery Florida: Blocked Fallopian Tubes We operate an extensive network of vascular centers all over the country in some of the USA’s biggest and brightest cities. For the Sunshine State of Florida our Miami treatment center is equipped to take care of all your vascular needs. Located on Hallandale Beach Boulevard you can find it between Hollywood Beach and Golden Beach. Our physicians treat many vascular conditions every day including blocked fallopian tubes. Conditions like endometriosis can lead to uterine cells blocking fallopian tubes damaging them and preventing fertility. Vascular surgery in Florida is some of the most innovative and effective in the world. Just read our testimonials. Today we look at three effective surgical and nonsurgical treatments for blocked fallopian tubes. Salpingectomy Salpingectomy is an effective surgical procedure for unblocking fallopian tubes.

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The treatment involves the complete removal of a section of the blocked tube to clear a blockage. This treatment is incredibly effective for improving fertility and particularly for rates of conception with in vitro fertilization IVF. Your fallopian tubes can become blocked by buildup of fluid called hydrosalpinx over time. Injuries can also cause scarring to the tubes damaged tissue blocking them and preventing pregnancy. Furthermore some surgical treatments like recanalization are not always feasible as they involve manually unblocking the tube. For severe cases like these we recommend physically removing the affected section of the tube through salpingectomy. This will improve fertility and help prevent further damage to the tube. Fimbrioplasty Fimbrioplasty is a reconstructive procedure designed to improve fertility. Most specialists prefer fimbrioplasty over salpingectomy or simple opening of the fallopian tube. This is because a lot of procedures do not take into account the importance of the fimbriae a series of thread-like projections near the ovaries that encourage the movement of eggs down the fallopian tubes. The fimbriae play an essential role in pregnancy with fimbrioplasty aiming to reconstruct the damaged fallopian tube. We generally see pregnancy rates of 50 or higher over one to two years following treatment. Tubal Reanastomosis At USA Vascular Centers we take the utmost care of our patients and vascular surgery in Florida is no different. Vascular surgery treatments like tubal reanastomosis while highly complicated are often worth the effort. Tubal reanastomosis reverses tubal ligations. Along with unblocking them it can also repair damaged and diseased parts of the fallopian tubes. Tubal reanastomosis involves the surgical removal of blocked or diseased sections of the fallopian tubes. The surgeon then joins healthy ends together. It may also be necessary to carry out added minor procedures like laparotomy abdominal incision or laparoscopy observing the inner body and organs using a laparoscope. Tubal reanastomosis is a specialized procedure that requires considerable time to perform though you can expect great results following treatment.

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Fallopian Tube Recanalization Fallopian tube recanalization is one of the most common and effective surgical treatments for blocked fallopian tubes. You can expect expert care from our physicians during your time with us and increased fertility and chances of conception following treatment. Recanalization is nonsurgical and uses local anesthetic. The treatment has your doctor feed a catheter into your uterus and then into the blocked tube. Once there they inject a liquid contrast agent to highlight the blockage on an x-ray camera monitor. Your doctor then clears the blockage with a smaller catheter. We find that recanalization is incredibly effective with studies showing exceptional increase in rates of pregnancy after undergoing the procedure. The procedure itself has a success rate of 100 and post-op patients generally see a 55 plus chance of successful pregnancy.

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