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Blocked Fallopian Tubes
Discussion in 'All Categories' started by Safia Dore - Oct 24th, 2018 12:02 pm.
Safia Dore
Safia Dore
My HSA results are such: Can you please help?

Fluoroscopic guidance was provided during a hysterosalpingogram. The cervix was cannulated by the obstetrical staff and Water-Soluble contrast was introduced via the cannula.

Uterine Cavity: There is prompt opacification of the uterine cavity. The uterine cavity is normal in appearance.

Right Fallopian Tube:

There is slow opacification of the proximal right fallopian tube.

There may be opacification of the distal tube but it is difficult to evaluate. There does not appear to be free spill of contrast from the right tube.

Left Fallopian Tube:

There is prompt opacification of the left fallopian tube.

The left fallopian tube is dilated distally.

There is no free spill of contrast seen from the left fallopian tube.

The exam was performed by Lisa Feick, RPA under my supervision


1. Proximal opacification of the right tube. No free spill of contrast from the right tube.

2. There is opacification of the left fallopian tube. This tube is dilated distally and no free spill of contrast from the left tube is seen.

I certify that I have personally reviewed the images and interpretation for this examination and agree with the findings in this report.

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re: Blocked Fallopian Tubes by Dr. J. S Chowhan - Dec 3rd, 2018 1:29 am
Dr. J. S Chowhan
Dr. J. S Chowhan
Your HSG report suggests that both the fallopian tubes are blocked. We can do Diagnostic Laparoscopy with Tubal patency test and fimbrioplasty to open up the distal obstruction of the left tube. If required Diagnostic Hysteroscopy and Chromopertubation can also be done at the same time. You may fix up an appointment and come to World Laparoscopy Hospital for further treatment.
re: Blocked Fallopian Tubes by Srijana Narula - May 26th, 2020 1:16 pm
Srijana Narula
Srijana Narula
Hello Doctor,
what are the complication of blocked Fallopian tubes?
re: Blocked Fallopian Tubes by Dr Rahul Pandey - May 26th, 2020 1:17 pm
Dr Rahul Pandey
Dr Rahul Pandey
Dear Srijana,
The most common complication of blocked fallopian tubes and treatment is ectopic pregnancy. If a fallopian tube is partially blocked, an egg may be able to be fertilized, but it may get stuck in the tube. This results in an ectopic pregnancy, which is a medical emergency.
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