Answer: combined action of cilia that line the wall of the tube and the muscular contractions of the wall itself. also, differential fluid pressure along the tube may play a role Source: Fauci and Dillon, Annu Rev. Fluid. Mech. 2006, 38:371-394
Answer: no.the usual site of attachment is uterus.but some times due toectopic pregnency embryo may attach in the wall of fallopantube.thus is a case of abnormal pregnency and embryo do not survivein this case as the fallopian tube can not hold the embryo after aconsiderable time period because of size limitations.
Answer: They can still use artificial insemination.
The can give medications to increase follicle formation and then harvest the follicles with a needle guided by ultrasound. Then they can expose the eggs to semen and intruduce the mixture to the womb. They can do this with either your own follicles or those from a donor.
They can try to do surgery to unblock the tubes but this is not always successful.
Answer: yes, but it may cause side effects. Herbal medicine is anotheralternative option for this problem, such as Fuyan Pill.Unlike hydrotubation, it will not cause any physical damage. Thispill is made from Chinese herbs without any side effects and drugresistance. It can unblock fallopian tubes effectively byeliminating inflammation, killing bacteria, clearing heat andpromoting blood circulation etc.
Answer: If you have a blocked tube that is otherwise healthy, you have a20% to 40% chance of getting pregnant after surgery.
But if thick, multiple adhesions and scaring are between your tubesand ovaries, or if you have been diagnosed with hydrosalpinx,surgery may not be a good option for you. Also, if there are anymale infertility issues, you might want to skip surgery.
In these cases, TCM therapy fuyan pill is your best bet.
Answer: no, if you dont have fallopian tubes the egg has no way of getting from the ovary to the uterus and thus cannot be fertilized!-------------------the above answer is incorrect. you cannot get pregnant through sexual intercourse but you can do ivf (in vitro) and get pregnant. this procedure is for women who have damaged or no fallopian tubes. the procedure can be quite costly ranging from approx $10,000-$15,000.
Answer: the menstrual cycle does not come through the fallopian tubes. the menstruation is a build up that occurs in the uterus each month between cycles. once a month(approx) the uterus "sloughs off" and comes out a small opening in the cervix into the vagina and out. go to this website if you would like further information. http://www.tarunaoils.com/articles/menstration-tubal-ligation.asp
Answer: Ovaries produce eggs. If only your fallopian tubes were removed, then there is no reason you cannot produce eggs. However, for the eggs to reach a location to be fertilized, they need the fallopian tubes for transport. If you are asking related to fertility issues, please contact your doctor, NOW! You appear to have a disease. Shamefully my nan received this - 6 feet under.
Answer: If a zygote attaches to the wall of the fallopian tube it is calledan ectopic pregnancy. If it continues to grow, it will cause thetube to rupture and the mother to hemorrhage. If left untreatedthis can lead to death. Ectopic pregnancies have to be terminatedbecause they are never viable and can be life threatening to themother.