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Sunday, February 04, 2018

FLUSHING FALLOPIAN TUBES WITH POPPY SEED OIL SHOWS PROMISING

I've written before about how an HSG (hysterosalpingogram) is used to detect blockages or scar tissue which may be hindering conception.  Well, it turns out that this diagnostic procedure may actually be a treatment, especially when used with poppy seed oil.  The actual act of injecting the oil may be enough to flush out whatever is blocking the fallopian tube.  Read more:


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When couples have trouble getting pregnant, a common cause is blockages in a woman’s fallopian tubes. These prevent eggs travelling from the ovaries to the uterus. To search for blockages, doctors may put a liquid containing dye into the uterus. The dye can then be seen on X-ray scans as the liquid flows from the uterus through the tubes, revealing whether they are blocked. The procedure is called a hysterosalpingography.

Ben Mol of the University of Adelaide wondered if flushing the fallopian tubes out in this way might improve a woman’s chances of conceiving, and whether the poppy seed oil itself might help clear any mucus or blockages in the tubes.
To find out, Mol and his colleagues compared the use of poppy seed oil with water in 1119 women. Each woman was randomly given the dye dissolved in either oil or water, before having an X-ray scan. A small percentage of the women in each group went on to have IVF or other treatments, but most did not.
Of the women who received the poppy seed oil, 40 per cent got pregnant over the next six months, compared with 29 per cent of those who got water. “The size of the effect is impressive, compared with other fertility interventions,” says Child.
newscientist.com

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