I have been diagnosed with blocked tubes. How then do I have a period each month?

When you have a period, the lining of your womb (uterus) is shed together with old blood and blood clots. To have periods, you need oestrogen and progesterone hormones (normally from produced from your ovaries, or alternatively given as tablets), and a womb that is healthy. If your tubes are blocked, this could affect your fertility but won't affect whether you have periods.
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