Fertility Myths – Nature & Health Magazine

April – May 2017 By Shura Ford
Unexplained infertility, termed idiopathic infertility in Western medicine is a common circumstance for many couples trying to conceive. In cases of unexplained infertility when obvious problems don’t exist, Chinese medicine offers an alternative perspective. The Chinese medicine approach is to use subtle diagnostic analysis to determine imbalances in the body. In Chinese medicine we always treat according to the individual presenting to us, establishing their pattern of disharmony and rebalancing their pattern using herbs, acupuncture and lifestyle and dietary modification.
Here we explore from a Chinese perspective some fertility myths, unhelpful things that women and men may be told or believe about fertility and how the TCM perspective differs and can help, especially in the area of unexplained infertility.

 

This article appeared in the April 2017 issue of Nature & Health, Australia’s original and best natural health magazine, www.natureandhealth.com.au #naturalhealth #bestnaturalhealthmag #health #wellness #wellbeing #naturalliving #cleanliving #healthyeating #organic #nutrition #naturalbeauty #psychology #relationships #spirituality #sustainability #ecoliving #greenliving #vegetarian #yoga

 

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