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Question: corpus luteal cyst what foods to avoid

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Answer: A corpus luteal cyst (CLC) is a very normal part of pregnancy and most women are unaware of having them. When the egg is released from the ovary at ovulation and the baby is conceived, the site of ovulation in the ovary becomes a corpus luteum cyst. follow the vegetarain diet.. avoid meat and cheese.. drink plenty of water..
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    Aparna Pyla600 days ago

    can I eat fish n eggs

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