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    Three Chinese food therapies for hydrosalpinx patients
    antonellamessi posted:
    Chinese food therapy (also known as dietary therapy and nutrition therapy) is not only effective in health maintenance, but also efficacious in releasing some diseases symptoms. And as hydrosalpinx is one of the mose common gynecological diseases, there are many Chinese food therapies for it. In this article, the author mainly sums up three dietary therapies. The first dietary therapy: 500 grams of fresh lotus root, 60 grams of black fungus and 1 duck.
    The second dietary therapy: 100 grams of sow thistle, 20 grams of lonicera japonica, 25 grams of dandelion, and 200 grams of green radish (slice them).
    The third dietary therapy: 20 grams of wax gourd seeds kernel, 20 grams of honeysuckle, 2 grams of rhizoma coptidis and 50 grams of honey.
    All in all, Chinese food therapies do have certain effect for the hydrosalpinx patients, but to be completely cured, aggressive treatment is necessary. Patients can take traditional Chinese medicine Fuyan Pill .
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