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A New Option for Treatment of Adenomyosis Available at Wuhan Dr.Lee’s TCM Clinic

May 17, 2013

Women that have taken Fuyan Pill constantly for 3 months have enjoyed symptoms relief and a full recovering from adenomyosis. This medicine treats adenomyosis by improving condition of uterus.

(PRWEB) May 17, 2013

Adenomyosis is a common disease in women. Women with the symptoms of abdominal pain and heavy bleeding, irregular periods are recommended to take a new herbal treatment “Fuyan Pill” to treat adenomyosis, states Wuhan Dr.Lee’s TCM Clinic.

Dr.Lee Xiaoping’s patient from India has been taking Fuyan Pill for 2 months and a half, and now reports it has helped her a lot, even though he used to suffer from adenomyosis for several years and couldn’t get well despite using antibiotics and other medications.

Alero, from New Delhi, India sends thanks to Lee as the Fuyan Pill has helped her to alleviate the awful symptoms of adenomyosis conditions. “The pill works really well on me, and I would still like to take it for few more months”, she says.

“I’m 34 years old and I suffered heavy bleeding and abdominal pain from adenomyosis. I was on Zoladex (Goserelin, gonadotropin) for 2 months. but the problems were still there. I decided to stop all allopathy and try to heal via pure herbal medication and tried the Fuyan pill from December 2012. I was on Fuyan pill since December for the past 5 months. My period has been pain-free with only slight ovarian pain. Thanks for your medicine. I would still like to take it for few more months. ” shares Alera. It is particularly noteworthy that the symptoms of adenomyosis have been eliminated naturally, without resort to additional treatment options.

Emma is 38 years old and have been diagnosed with advanced adenomyosis. About 5 years ago, she started to have pain in abdomen and was told it was a fibroid. Since then she has had worsening pain and extremely heavy menses. She was told to have the fibroids removed and have a hysterectomy, but with a hysterectomy she never will. Then she decide to take herbal medicine and after 3 months she shares a good result, “I wanted to update you on my progress. So far my pain has diminished. I had a lump on my left side that would develop right after my period and get bigger until the end of my ovulation. Now the lump has gone. I have clear fluid that comes our instead of building up. The size of my uterus overall has not changes. I think I need a few more months for my belly size to decrease. Thank you.”

They are remarkable examples of health benefits women can get from the herbal medicine. There are no miracles. “The blood is a powerful, freeing, and protecting provision from God”, says the AllAboutGOD.com website. And TCM theory holds that obstruction of Qi and blood can lead to pain. Painful menstruation can be explianed as Qi-stagnation and blood stasis. What the herbs do is that they activate blood circulation and dissolve blood stasis, then the condition of uterus get recovered.

“I am pleased to receive warm patient feedback. We are proud to be able to provide a safe and effective adenomyosis treatment, particularly for those people suffering much pain for years.” says Dr. Lee.

Now, this herbal medicine for adenomyosis is available at Wuhan Dr.Lee’s TCM Clinic, for more information please visit global.fuyanpills.com

About Dr.Lee Xiaoping and the herbal medicine:

Dr.Lee Xiaoping graduated from Hubei College of Traditional Chinese Medicine, China. She qualified as a herbalist 30 years ago and is a highly experienced medical professional. She specializes in the field of male and female reproductive and urinary system diseases. She has devoted 30 years to her clinic and worked on the formula of Fuyan Pill for years. The medicine has proven to be effective on treating tubal and uterus conditions. The formula is patented by SIPO (State Intellectual Property Office of the P.R.C) with the application number 201110031968.

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