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Best Treatment for Recanalization in Miyapur‎, Mathrusree Nagar.

What Is Fallopian Tube Recanalization?

Fallopian tube recanalization (FTR) is a non-surgical procedure to clear blockages in the fallopian tubes, part of a woman’s reproductive system.


What are fallopian tubes?

The fallopian tubes are important for female fertility. They are the passageways for the eggs to travel from the ovaries to the uterus. During conception:

  • The ovary releases an egg, which travels into the fallopian tube.
  • Sperm travels into the fallopian tubes to fertilize the egg.
  • The resulting embryo is nourished and transported to the uterus where the pregnancy continues.

A common cause of female infertility is a blockage of the fallopian tubes, usually as the result of debris that has built up. Occasionally, scarring from surgery or serious infection can lead to a blockage as well.


Fallopian Tube Recanalization Procedure

MetroCare Hospitals providing the best treatment for recanalization in Miyapur and they follow the procedure under sterile conditions to avoid the possibility of introducing infection. The overall time to do the procedure is about half an hour, most of which is spent in getting you comfortable, readying the equipment, and cleaning the skin.

The actual time spent in evaluating and unblocking the tubes is usually only a matter of minutes and you will be able to leave about a half-hour after your procedure is completed. You must be accompanied by an adult who can take you home afterward. The doctors will explain to you and your companion the results and a letter will be sent to your doctor as well.

Preparation for the FTR procedure

Two days before your procedure, our gynecologist will prescribe an antibiotic called Doxycycline to be taken twice a day, which you will continue up to and after your procedure for two more days. Since FTR is sometimes uncomfortable (though usually much less than a hysterosalpingogram, owing to much more delicate equipment being used), an intravenous line is placed before the procedure.

Short-acting medications will be given for relaxation and pain relief. For this reason, you will be instructed to not eat anything after midnight the night before. You will also be asked to take Ibuprofen 400 mg (2 pills) the night before and the morning of your procedure.

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