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    Three months of Fuyan pill cure my hydrosalpinx.
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    [a name="OLE_LINK2" title="Link: undefined">I had hydrosalpinx for half a year and afraid of it would affect fertility.My friend suggest me take traditional Chinese medicine for trying. Because it has merits of short treating process, better curative effects and non-toxic side effect. And it's mild and less harmful to people's health. I searched for Fuyan pill [a title="Link: undefined">, which is specialized in Fallopian Tube Problems, Endometriosis and Pelvic Inflammatory Disease and took it for only one month my condition got better. I was so excited and continued to take, then I went to a hospital checking and found my leucorrhoea was normal. My hydrosalpinx was basically cured within three months and never recurrence. Thanks God.
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