Open Blocked Fallopian Tubes Without Surgery

Kenya Neem Foundation Herbal Clinic

We Unblock Fallopian tubes Naturally and restore back fertility.

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Our therapy is 100% natural. It has provided great success to hundreds of couples who were branded barren by the community.

Our approach to treatment embraces treatment of the root cause of the problems rather than mare symptoms. It is well researched and it has helped reduce time and expenses incurred in modern hospitals.

Advantages of our therapy compared to hospital ones.

- It is 100% natural

- No side effects at all

- 90% effective

- Cost effective

- Duration of treatment is 2 months only.


1. Blocked Fallopian Tubes: Fallopian tube blockage or obstruction is one of the major causes of infertility. We have various types of Fallopian tube blockage such as

- Cornua blockage: i.e.complete blockage of tubes from where they branch from the uterus.

- Distal or Lateral blockage: i.e. tubes are blocked halve way from uterus.

- Fimbria or Terminal blockage: This is blockage of tubes at the ovaries level.

Other Interpretations of tubal blockage are 1. Bilateral( meaning both tubes) 2.Hydrosalpinx blockage (which means there is water in the tubes.) 3. Salphigities, (meaning there is inflammation in tubes due to infection.).

Tubes are also blocked when there is FORCED SPILL. (Meaning the sonographer used a lot of force when pushing dye in the tubes). LOCULATED SPILL. Meaning very little dye went through the tubes into ovaries.


- Infections/ PID: such as Chlamydia, Trichomonas Vaginitis, Gonorrhea, syphilis, TB

- Endometriosis: When endometrium cells spreads to the tubes, they cause menstruation inside the tubes thus causing inflammation and blockage of tubes.

- Fibroids: Very big fibroids will squeeze the tubes and also fill inside the uterus thus blocking sperms from accessing Ovum.

- Ovarian cysts: Cysts in the ovaries blocks ovum from traveling from ovaries to the tubes especially if they are very big.

- Termination of pregnancy: Causes 70% of all infertility issues due to damage of tubes or remains being left inside the uterus.

- Miscarriages: This can be caused by injury, or infection such as Brucella Abortus. If not treated and uterus cleaned properly, then the remnants can cause tube blockage and infection.

2. Hormonal Imbalance: This can be caused by thyroid problems which results to abnormal hormonal distribution. It is mostly triggered by too much chlorine or fluoride in food and drinking waters. Also some family planning methods such as injections or implants can interfere with hormonal imbalance thus also resulting to P.C.O.S (Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome) These are accumulation of ovarian follicles due to hormonal imbalance.

3. Birth defects: Someone born with uterus which did not develop or form well cannot be able to have children.


Our treatment for infertility targets the root cause. If it is tubes that are blocked, we give medication to unblock them. If its Hormonal, we give hormonal balancing therapy.

3. We do not take NHIF or INSURANCE.
4. Duration of treatment is 2 months only.

View Testimonies

These testimonies are just a few samples of hundreds of testimonies available in our clinic.
Susan is one of our successful client. We helped her to conceive. She had infertility problem for 5 years due to blocked Fallopian tubes.
- She did IVF in May 2017 but failed.
- Had Irregular periods.
She started our treatment on 30th-May-2017 and Conceived immediately around August 2017. 2 months  after completion of treatment of blocked tubes. This is a WhatsApp message congratulating the doctor.

Anastacia 27 years had blocked fallopian tubes and endometriosis. Had tried to conceive without success for 2 years. She come to our facility on 9th-10-2018 and started treatment the same day. After 2 months of treatment, she conceived on December around 15th. She gave birth on 28th September 2019. She sent this appreciation message to the Doctors whatsApp.

These 2 clients Norah and Jane too had blocked Fallopian tubes. After treatment in our clinic, they were able to conceive and have give birth.

These 6 clients too are our clients from our WhatsApp group whom we helped to conceive after unblocking their Fallopian tubes, some also had fibroids and others hormonal imbalance.

A clients we also helped to conceive sent a message to say the child is 10 months and doing well. Her friend also wanted to know if we have treatment to help one to conceive twins.

To book Appointment Call Dr Judah: 0720760419.    

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More Testimonies
These are results showing open tubes after these people were treated blocked tubes in our clinic. They later conceived and are among the testimonies in the whatsApp group.

Pregnant for the first time at 44 years after 20 years of trying.

Posted on 19th Nov 2016

Brief History: -  Married for 20 years without a child due to blocked fallopian tubes. One tube removed due to ectopic pregnancy. Had tried IVF TWICE WITHOUT SUCCESS. Conceived after  45 days of treatment in our clinic.

In these testimonies, fallopian tubes unblocked after 2 months of treatment in our clinic. Click Image to enlarge and see the results. 

Date Tubes Unblocked:  11th October 2016 

Date tubes unblocked 15th June 2016. ( Another latest success story )

4th May 2016 (Blocked Tubes Unblocked successfuly.)

Before and After treatment in our clinic 2 months only.

7th April 2016 (one of our Latest Success)

She came all the way from Meru on 2nd February 2016 and exactly 2 months the tubes are open and Normal again.

Anne came to our clinic on 15th October 2015.
2 months Later her tubes are fully Open and
Now  Pregnant.

Leah had her Tubes open on 3rd November 2015 Also after 2 months on our treatment.  See scan report below.
The Picture and VIDEO Below Shows Our First Successful Treatment of Blocked tubes 8 Years Ago. The mother was divorced 3 times because she could not give birth. At 36 years she came to our clinic and we treated her successfully. She gave birth to the Strong Man standing above.
How Do Blocked Fallopian Tubes Cause Infertility?

Each month, when ovulation occurs, an egg is released from one of the ovaries. The egg travels from the ovary, through the tubes, and into the uterus. The sperm also need to swim their way from the cervix, through the uterus, and through the fallopian tubes to get the egg. Fertilization usually takes place while the egg is traveling through the tube. If one or both fallopian tubes are blocked, the egg cannot reach the uterus, and the sperm cannot reach the egg, preventing fertilization and pregnancy. It's also possible for the tube not to be blocked totally, but only partially. This can increase the risk of a tubal pregnancy, or ectopic pregnancy.

Symptoms of Blocked Fallopian Tubes?

Unlike an ovulation, where irregular menstrual cycles may hint to a problem, blocked fallopian tubes rarely cause symptoms. A specific kind of blocked fallopian tube, called hydrosalpinx, may cause lower abdominal pain and unusual vaginal discharge, but not every woman will have these symptoms.However, some of the causes of blocked fallopian tubes might lead to hints of a problem. For example, endometriosis and pelvic inflammatory disease may cause painful menstruation and painful sexual intercourse. But these symptoms don't necessarily point to blocked tubes.

What Causes Blocked Fallopian Tubes?

The most common cause of blocked fallopian tubes is pelvic inflammatory disease (PID). PID is the result of a sexually transmitting disease, but not all pelvic infections are related to STDs. Also, even if PID is no longer present, a history of PID or pelvic infection increases the risk of blocked tubes.

Other Reasons For Blocked Fallopian Tubes:

- Current or history of an STD infection, specifically Chlamydia or Gonorrhea
- History of uterine infection caused by an abortion or miscarriage - History of a ruptured appendix - History of abdominal surgery - Previous ectopic pregnancy - Prior surgery involving the Fallopian tubes - Endometriosis

By Austine on 16 February 2015