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atara22 - February 23rd, 2014 8:38 PM

Anyone tried this? Does it help?

bellagreen - December 22nd, 2015 8:28 AM

Acupuncture is a means of treatment which is endemic in China and has a long history. Its main principle is to stimulate the body's acupuncture points to achieve a therapeutic effect. Acupuncture therapy usually takes two steps to cure tubal blockage.

(1) Using needles which are made by silver to stimulate the acupuncture points including Sanyinjiao, the delivery points and Kidney Shu point. This is the first group. Then, the treatment will come to the second group of acupuncture points named Liver Yu, Zusanli and Spleen. Do it once a day and change the turn of the two groups each day.
(2) Except for needle stimulation, a thermotherapy is also needed for Guan Yuan point, Channel hole, Return path, Ground point, and Sanyinjiao.

In China, tubal blockage often can be treated with methods like Salpingectomy, Fimbrioplasty, Tubal Reanastomosis, Selective Tubal Cannulation, and some herbal medicine like Fuyan Pill.


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