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Do Women over 35 Years Old Who Have Undergone a Myomectomy Require More Acupuncture Sessions to Become Pregnant?
Abayomi B Ajayi, Tola R Ajayi, Iniobong S Ejeliogu, Victor D Ajayi, Bamgboye M Afolabi
J Acupunct Res. 2018;35(4):200-206.   Published online November 26, 2018

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Do Women over 35 Years Old Who Have Undergone a Myomectomy Require More Acupuncture Sessions to Become Pregnant?
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