Treatment for a blocked fallopian tube depends on the location of the obstruction and its cause. Surgery is often needed, but an inpatient procedure, tubal cannulation, is used in certain cases, according to WebMD. More » Health Women's Health Reproductive Anatomy

Because blocked fallopian tubes often do not have symptoms, doctors find them with a type of X-ray called an HSG, or hysterosalpingogram, says This procedure involves injecting a dye into the female reproducti... More »

Fluid in a fallopian tube indicates damage or a blockage at the end portion of the fallopian tube, states the American Society for Reproductive Medicine. This condition is called hydrosalpinx, and it often causes fertili... More »

It is possible to ovulate and get pregnant with one fallopian tube if the tube has a corresponding ovary, according to Mayo Clinic. The ovulation process is the same as when a woman has two fallopian tubes. More »

Problems with fertility and pelvic inflammatory disease can indicate blocked fallopian tubes, according to ConceiveEasy. Since infertility and PID can affect women with or without blocked tubes, and since there are no ot... More » Health Women's Health Reproductive Anatomy

Fertility cleansing, systematic enzyme therapy, fertility massage, castor oil therapy and herbal therapies are all natural remedies used to help treat blocked Fallopian tubes, according to The Natural Fertility Company. ... More » Health Women's Health Reproductive Anatomy

According to the University of California San Francisco (UCSF) Medical Center, an egg takes about 30 hours to get down the Fallopian tube. The trip starts when the egg is let loose by the ovary. More »