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Irregular Menses and Pain Caused by Adenomyosis or Endometriosis Can Be Improved with Herbal Therapy without Pain Killers & Surgeries - Wuhan Dr. Lee’s TCM Clinic
Date:5/21/2013

(PRWEB) May 21, 2013

It is typical that women with adenomyosis or endometriosis experience a notable improvement of symptoms, especially irregular menses and pain, after about three months medication with patented herbal therapy from Wuhan Dr. Lee’s TCM Clinic, global.fuyanpills.com reveals.

Adenomyosis and endometriosis are both the disorder of endometrium, the inner line of the uterus. They’re extremely common, yet are still affecting lots of sufferers as one of the top causes of infertility in women. "Surgical and hormonal treatment of endometriosis and adenomyosis have unpleasant side effects and high rates of relapse," reveals Lewith G on pubmed.gov. "In China, treatment of endometriosis using Chinese herbal medicine (CHM) is routine and considerable research into the role of CHM in alleviating pain, promoting fertility, and preventing relapse has taken place. Following laparoscopic surgery women who were given Chinese herbs were reported to have comparable benefits to women with conventional drug treatments."

Chief doctor of Wuhan Dr. Lee’s TCM Clinic, Dr. Lee Xiaoping states, "Our herbal medicine Fuyan Pill has been benefiting thousands of women with endometrial disorders every year in China during the past 10 years, and have been taken by hundreds of oversea patients since 2 years ago when I’ve got it patented in SIPO (State Intellectual Property Office of China)."

The clinic has been recording the details of patients reviews since the year 2010, and the latest data (April 2013) from Wuhan Dr. Lee’s TCM Clinic shows that over 92% of patients have reported improvement after one month medication, over 60% of the patients get their condition completely cured after 3 months, about 23% of them need 4 months, only a small group may need a longer time in recovery.

"The most noticeable advantage of our herbal therapy is that it has no side effect at all," adds Dr. Lee. When asking about the key to this consummation, "a herb named ‘liquorice’ is the magic code, it reduces the toxicity of other herbs so that the formula is much more safer and brings no damage to the body at all," says Dr. Lee.

One of Dr. Lee’s patient, Clarissa P from Canada says, "I’ve finished two months pills and the herbs have made a huge difference. I’ve had a 5 cm adenomyosis before 2 months ago and I have had a HSG test recently which shows the cyst is only 2 cm. Dr. Lee suggested me to take 2 more months pills to clear that up. I’m grateful, it was worth every penny!"

Now this herbal formula is available online, for more details, 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 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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