Conditions associated with tubal factor infertility
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Tubal Disease & Fertility
What causes tubal factor infertility?
Infections, abdominal surgery, and diseases such as tuberculosis ( TB ) and endometriosis can cause scarring between the end of the fallopian tube and ovary. Chlamydia and gonorrhea are two common sexually transmitted infections that can cause tubal infertility.Surgery can also damage your fallopian tubes.
Pelvic Inflammatory Disease (PID) can also travel from the cervix through the uterus to the tubes, which can ultimately cause the delicate inner lining of the tubes to become permanently scarred. The opening of the tube next to the ovary may become partially or completely blocked; scar tissue will often form on the outside of the tubes and uterus.