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    Endometriosis/bicornuate uterus
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    tamizentner posted:
    Hi my name is Tami and In July I was told I have a severe bicornuate uterus as well as endometiosis. I had the lap surgery and had it removed and I am scheduled for my 2nd IUI on Monday. Any success stories would be great...especially regarding the bicornuate uterus because its pretty rare from what ive heard.
     
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    An_263480 responded:
    You are so brave to have your endometiosis removed. In fact, you can try Fuyan pill to avoid the surgery pain and hram to the body. It is made from Chinese herbs without any side effects and drug resistance.


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