just wanted to share with you a recent picture of Debbie’s kids – all after using Felopio for blocked tubes.
May I use this medium to share my experience with the majority of ladies out there who are despondent that there is hope, and equally extend my testimonies to medical practitioners all over the globe that there is an alternative to tubal surgery exemplified in my own experience with felopio.
I got married in July 2008 full of joy and enthusiasm to begin my own family. Six months after wedding my expectations hit a hard surface as pregnancy was far from it. I decided to seek for medical attention and after series of tests the doctor confirmed that my two tubes were blocked and damaged, that was the language he used.
However, I consulted another gynaecologist who took me round the same kind of examination and the result reads: “Bilateral chronic salpingitis with hydrosalpinx on both tubes.” The options given to me by all the medical experts I consulted were: adoption; IVF; and surgical operation which for surgical solution they said the success rate was just 2%. At this juncture all plans for my future family turns topsyturvy and the search for solution to my problem began.
In November 2009 while searching for solution my husband stumbled on a publication written by a scholar who uphold that the only way to unblocked fallopian tube is through surgery. He debunked the testimonies of others who claimed their tubes where unblocked through a non-surgical process. He further mentioned felopio and tried condemning the efficacy of felopio. It was from here we heard felopio for the first time and we started the search for it. This was the beginning of our road to success.
After going through felopio website, we contacted Maria who directed us to her representative, Deborah in Nigeria. We send for the kits it arrived sooner than we expected, and I immediately commenced the treatment that December 2009. The treatment took a long period owing to the fact that my case was critical. I was almost disgusted of continuing the treatment because I wanted immediate result. But the bottom line was patience since all cases were not the same. I continued the treatment for good 13months i.e Dec. 2009 to Jan.2011. Just as I concluded the last treatment early Feb.2011 that same month I missed my period. I again visited a gynaecologist who recommended ultrasound test, there it was confirmed that I was 7weeks pregnant. Well, this initially sounds unbelieveable and tears of joy ran through me. Now am in my third trimester (7months).
Maria, I thank you so much for your good work and I can conclude without any equivocation that felopio works and that tubes can be unblocked without surgery. May all glory be returned to the Almighty God for seeing us through.