How do you know if your fallopian tubes are infected?

How do you know if your fallopian tubes are infected?

Different Types of Blocked Fallopian Tubes

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November, 2020
In milder cases, salpingitis may have no symptoms. This means the fallopian tubes may become damaged without the woman even realising she has an infection. The symptoms of salpingitis may include: abnormal vaginal discharge, such as unusual colour or smell.

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