anyone had or heard this as a solution?
I have heard of it - also heard that once the tube has been infected it is most likely damaged and prone to reinfection (and ectopic pregnancies).
If I might also add, that my old RE said keeping a damaged fallopian tube can also contribute to IVF failure. He said that there are hairs in the tubes that can be damaged and cause the tubes to work in the reverse fashion. This can cause even IVF embryo transfers to become ectopic.