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Vitamin in the Eggs Is Beneficial to Women with Tubal Blockage

The tubal blockage is the leading cause of female infertility, accounting for 37% of the causes of female infertility, and clinical statistics show that the number of patients with tubal blockage has increased in recent years. Therefore, once suffering from this disease, patients should actively receive treatment. Studies have found that eating 2-3 eggs per day in patients with tubal blockage is helpful for the recovery of the disease.

 
 
Eggs contain a lot of vitamins, minerals, and proteins with high biological value. An egg contains the same amount of heat as half an apple or half a cup of milk. It also has 9% phosphorus, 3% zinc, 5% iron and 12. 2% protein, 7% vitamin D, 4% vitamin E, 7% vitamin A, 3% vitamin B, 6% vitamin B2. 5% vitamin B6. 
 
These nutrients are indispensable to the human body, and they are involved in the repair of human tissues, the formation of new tissues, energy consumption, and complex metabolic processes. Scientists have found that eggs contain more cholesterol, but also more lecithin. When lecithin enters the blood, it reduces the size of cholesterol and fat particles and keeps them in suspension, thus preventing the deposition of cholesterol and fat in the blood vessel wall.
 
According to the study, women who had eggs in their diet during adolescence had an 18% lower risk of breast cancer. An egg contains 7.0 nanograms of vitamin B9, and vitamin B9 has another name: folic acid. Vitamin B is involved in the formation of sex hormones. 
 
With its help, the formation of red blood cells and fetal nerve tubes reduces the risk of mental retardation in children, which is why vitamin B9 is necessary for pregnant women. In addition, Dutch scientists also have shown that 87% of women aged 35 to 40 have age-related plaques that disappear and tighter skin. For men, wrinkles around the eyes were much smoother.
 
 
From the point of view of traditional Chinese medicine, eggs taste sweet and are mild in nature, which can notify the spleen and nourish the blood, nourishing yin for moistening dryness, and can be used for insufficiency of Qi and blood, fever and thirst, fetal irritability, etc. It is also a commonly used food to support vital energy, nourish yin and blood, remove troubles and tranquilize the spirit, and can play a certain therapeutic role in the treatment of tubal blockage patients.
 
However, the tubal blockage is a manifestation of tubal inflammation and organ lesions. And the fallopian tube is an important device for women, with the function of collecting eggs, transporting fertilized eggs and implanting them for implantation. It is also a necessary place for sperm-egg combination. If you want to get rid of the tubal blockage, the effect of diet alone is very limited. Fallopian tube obstruction is harmful and difficult to treat, and a lot of patients will recur after being treated.
 
Surgical treatment option of a blocked fallopian tube is a popular method at present. It has a certain therapeutic effect on relatively mild tubal adhesion and blockage. Generally, after 2-3 times of surgeries, it can unblock the mild blocked fallopian tube. Modern medicine for tubal blockage is mainly anti-inflammatory treatment, but the effect is not very obvious, so the drug treatment is mainly based on traditional Chinese herbal medicine, such as Fuyan Pill, which has a high clinical cure rate, and the therapeutic effect is also recognized by many patients.
 
 
It has the functions of activating blood circulation and removing blood stasis, invigorating the spleen and removing dampness. It can help patients unblock the blocked fallopian tubes very well. Besides, it has no adverse effects on the natural pregnancy rate of patients. In addition, frequent rope skipping is also good for patients. It can not only promote oviduct peristalsis of women of childbearing age but also help secrete hormones and other auxiliary substances. May the patient recover soon!
 
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