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PostSubject: Fallopian Tube Infection   Tue Aug 16, 2011 1:39 am

There are two fallopian tubes in the female reproductive system. These fallopian tubes, also known as uterine tubes, salpinges and oviducts, which are very fine tubes that are lined with ciliated epithelia. The fallopian tube connects the ovaries to the uterus through which the egg (or ovum) passes through it. These tubes also play an important role during fertilization. Like the rest of the systems are present in the body, the fallopian tubes also get infected due to various reasons. The infection in fallopian tube is called salpingitis, which is one of the most common causes of infertility in females. Pelvic Inflammatory Disease (PID) is another name given to salpingitis. There are two types of fallopian tube infection, depending on the severity of symptoms - acute salpingitis and chronic salpingitis. In acute fallopian tube infection (or salpingitis), the fallopian tubes become swollen and inflamed and excrete a fluid which makes the walls to stick together. The fallopian tubes may also get bloated and filled with pus. In very rare cases, the tubes may rupture and cause a dangerous infection, called peritonitis, in the abdominal cavity. If the fallopian tube infection is chronic, then it may even be long lasting with the symptoms being milder than the acute salpingitis symptoms and hardly noticeable. The symptoms of salpingitis need prompt attention, and failure to treat them in time, may cause permanent damage to the fallopian tubes. Let's see more about the fallopian tube infection.

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