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USG of uterus reports shows-one subserous fibroid(size-2.7cm),one cervical submucous fibroid(size3.6cm)&cyst on rt ovary

HI,I am 32 yrs old.My wt is 72kg.my FsH-11.17,Lh-4.15, TSH & prolactin normal at 2nd day of mens.on usg of uterus reports shows-one subserous fibroid(size-2.7cm),one cervical submucous fibroid(size3.6cm)&cyst on rt ovary .after doing laparoscopy &cystescopy one subserous fibroid &cyst from right ovary is removed &found both tubocornual block.doctor said-after giving incision on post fornix found no submucous fibroid,only cervix is hypertrophy.my biopsy is normal.is fibroid causes tubocornual block &cervix hypertrophy?is any homeopathy medication available for tubocornual block or conceiving?
Asked On : Wed, 1 Jun 2011
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Ayurveda Specialist 's  Response
Hi
In you case to check hypertrophy and to counter tubo mucosal blockage there are herbs of which we use roots and they are called dashmool this is the drug of choice as dashmoola arisht, tab kanchnar guggul, punrnava, will give quick results.
Answered: Fri, 3 Jun 2011
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Homeopath Dr. Sayed Irfan's  Response
Hi,
welcome tom the health care magic forum,
We have good ,effective medicines for the uterine fibroids,and the cause you mentioned here i.e tubocornual block so that you can conceive properly,you need top take the medicines regularly,definately we can opt for this medicines ,its safer and most effective !
Answered: Wed, 1 Jun 2011
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