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You may remember drawing fallopian tubes in your biology classes, and they’re an integral part of your reproductive anatomy. They are lined tubes that connect the ovaries to the uterus. During ovulation, the egg is carried from the ovary to the uterus via the fallopian tubes. It’s also the site of conception, because the egg is fertilised by the sperm while it’s in the fallopian tubes. But if a fallopian tube happens to be blocked, then this can’t happen.
Fallopian tubes can end up being blocked for quite a few reasons.
Endometriosis affects a lot of women and is a huge cause of infertility. It can be quite a painful disease. The endometrium tissue layer that grows in your uterus in preparation for pregnancy usually begins to shed during…