Myrin Tablet For Treatment Of Blocked Fallopian Tubes

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gumera Says:
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I am using myrin tablet to treat my blocked fallopian tubes as they are swallowed. I am taking in the morning before the breakfast. Is this tablet works with the conceiving baby? Also tell me is that tablet not used in pregnancy? I am taking this tablet before icsi procedure.



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fannie Says:

I found out both my fallopian tubes were completely blocked from a HSG I had done about five months ago. After being told surgery was my only option I did the research online and found the traditional herbal medicine fuyan pills . After three months of taking it I just had another HSG done and right tube was opened and my left one is about half way there now. This therapy has been amazing for me.

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girl Says:
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Hello. I had an HSG done and on my result I was told I have fibroid outside the uterus on the right side and that my left tube is blocked but my right tube is opened. But my worry is that I always feel ovulation from the left tube that is said to be blocked. What should I do? I really need to know any possible drug to be used that can help my chances of conceiving. My partner's sperm count is 60 million. Is it ok?

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ree Says:
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I am also prescribed Myrin P by my doctor for blocked fallopian tubes. Any other patients reporting a success?

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vincent Says:
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What are some drugs used to treat tubal blockage or blocked Fallopian tubes?

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KINDNESS Says:

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Pls Fannie, where can this herbal medicine be found in Nigeria, or can it be ordered online? I really need it, please help me. Thanks.

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Xamie Says:
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Hello, I would like to know if there is any tablet which can help to treat my blocked fallopian tubes? I want to have a baby.

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