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What is Hydrosalpinx?

Description of the disease

Hydrosalpinx is a pathological condition in which the fallopian tubes become filled with fluid. This can lead to pain and infertility in women.


  • Enlarged hydrosalpinx
  • Pathological hydrosalpinx


Symptoms of hydrosalpinx may include painful menstruation, lower abdominal pain, infertility, and irregular menstrual cycles.


Hydrosalpinx can be caused by various factors, including inflammatory processes, infections, trauma, or previous surgeries on the fallopian tubes.


Diagnosis of hydrosalpinx requires ultrasound, CT scan, or MRI.


Treatment of hydrosalpinx may include medication, surgical intervention, or even assisted reproductive techniques, depending on the severity of the condition and the patient's desires.


Prevention of hydrosalpinx includes preventing inflammatory processes, timely treatment of infections, and avoiding trauma to the fallopian tubes.


For the diagnosis and treatment of hydrosalpinx, it is necessary to consult a gynecologist.

Note: This material is provided for informational purposes only and is not medical advice.