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    Is It Suitable to Use Chinese Drug for Curing Blocked Tubes?
    antonellamessi posted:
    Is it suitable to use Chinese drug to cure blocked tubes ? Chinese drug is one of China's discoveries. It is short for "Chinese medicine". Chinese drug is introduced from abroad with western medicine. It is a kind of relative medical "modern medicine". The influence of Chinese drug is profound. Before the introduction of western medicine, it is widely used in the diagnosis and treatment of infertility.

    There are many ways of TCM treatments for fallopian tube jam. Generally speaking, they are the circulation of blood and other types. They are needed to undertake choosing according to different disease progression in patients. This article is about Chinese drug for blocked tubes, it helps you choose the right treatment; conquer disease at an early date.[br> [br>Chinese drug treatment of tubal obstruction has significant feature, its main pathogenesis is stasis, so blood circulation will become the main rule of its treatment. The herbal medicine"fuyan pill " from Wuhan Dr. Lee's TCM Clinic is a suitable Chinese drug for curing blocked tubes.

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