Can Blocked Fallopian Tubes Causes Irregular Periods?

Blocked Fallopian Tubes

Can Blocked Fallopian Tubes Causes Irregular Periods?

The answer is Yes, even if you have blocked fallopian tube you could still have periods.

We all are very well aware of what are “Periods”?

Periods is when a women’s uterus inner lining starts shedding. It’s a part of menstrual cycle, which can last for 21 days to 35 days. This cycle is different for every woman. However, your periods can last up to 2 to 7 days every month.

 During this phase, most of the women bleeds less than 16 spoons (80 ml.) of blood, usually its only 6 to 8 spoons of blood. If a woman bleeds more than that then it is termed as “Heavy Blood Flow”.

In this article we will talk about what are Blocked Fallopian Tubes?

  • Could it cause “Heavy Blood Flow during periods”?
  • What are the symptoms of “Heavy Blood Flow”?
  • How common is “Heavy Blood Flow”?
  • What causes “Heavy Menstrual Flow”?
  • How to cure “Heavy Menstrual Flow”?

What are Blocked Fallopian Tubes?

The main reason of infertility in women is – Blocked Fallopian Tubes.

It’s a reproductive organ of a female body which helps the sperm to meet an egg for fertilization after ovaries releases the egg into these tubes.

When this passage is blocked due to which fertilization will not take place. It prevents the integration of both sperm as well as for an ovum.

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Could it cause “Heavy Blood Flow During Periods?

Heavy blood flow refers to when a woman bleeds more than 80 ml of blood for more than 7 days or more. However, it’s not necessary to measure it with the loss of blood.

 Most of the women knows about their menstrual cycle and they can tell if there’s any abnormality in it.

What are the Symptoms of Heavy Blood Flow?

If any girl or woman experiences any of the given below symptoms, then we may say that you might be having heavy flow of blood during your periods:

  • You have to change your sanitary pads/tampons in every 1-2 hours.
  • You might be experiencing a large clot of blood.
  • Your blood might flow out of your clothes or on your bedsheets.
  • You might need to use more than one sanitary product.

How common is Heavy Blood Flow?

According to various studies, approximately 30% of women experience heavy menstrual bleeding at some point in their reproductive age.

Unfortunately, it has been found that many women, despite having access to good medical care, do not seek advice from doctors.

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What Causes Heavy Menstrual Flow?

There are many situations in which heavy menstrual flow can occur. In some age group this can happen more often, such as young girls who have reached adolescence. Because their bodies still haven’t developed yet.

Despite of this, women approaching for menopause can experience the same.

Here are some of the other Causes of Excess Menstruation:

  1. Endometrial Polyps: - When there’s an overgrowth in endometrial tissue. They may be round or oval and range in size.
  2. Fibroids: - It’s a common type of noncancerous tumor that can grow in and on your uterus.
  3. Adenomyosis: - When tissue from the uterine lining embeds and grows within the uterine wall, it can also be a cause of painful menstruation.
  4. Endometriosis: - It’s a situation in which tissue similar to the lining of the uterus grows outside the uterus.
  5. Pelvic Inflammatory Disease: - An infection in the upper genital tract (uterus, fallopian tubes or ovaries) can cause symptoms such as pelvic or abdominal pain, bleeding between periods, vaginal discharge, and high fever. These symptoms may occur after sex or between menstrual cycles.
  6. Polycystic Ovary Syndrome: - PCOS is a common condition which affects your hormones. It can cause irregular periods, excess hair growth, acne and infertility.
  7. Hypothyroidism: -A situation in which thyroid gland does not secret required number of hormones. This can cause fatigue, laziness, weight gain.

Some medical treatment, such as medication to thin the blood or copper IUDs, can cause heavy menstrual bleeding.

How to Cure “Heavy Menstrual Flow”?

The treatment of your heavy blood flow depends on your primary factors. There are various types of treatment available according to your requirement like how is your present health, if you would like to have a baby in future or not. All these factors will determine your treatment type.

For those women who want to get pregnant soon, these are the treatments available to them:

  • Panchakarma Therapy
  • Ayurvedic Treatment
  • Ayurvedic Rasayana Treatment
  • Ayurvedic Aushadhi and many more treatments.

If you’re also experiencing any kind of problem relating to above mentioned issues or pregnancy or infertility, you may contact:

Ayurvedic Infertility Consultant- Dr. Ruchi Bhardwaj

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Via online consultation or personal appointment, she has more than 10 years of experience in this field.

You can visit: - Active Ayu Life, Holistic Health Clinic at Vikaspuri,

Address: - C-368, near Oxford school, Delhi-110018.



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