Infertility іn women іѕ often associated wіth medical conditions, like endometriosis, polycystic ovarian syndrome, problems wіth ovulation or poor egg quality. Research is showing that using Chinese Herbal Medicine can help women’s fertility over 35. Women struggling with these conditions can restore some hope of increasing their chances. Lets take a look at three strategies with Chinese Medicine.
Trying to conceive can be really hard. Not for everyone, but for many it can be one of the most trying, upsetting, frustrating points in your life. Its easy to look back in hindsight about how you’d do things differently. Here’s what I would tell myself if I could go back in time and lend a friendly ear and some tips.
The questions keep coming in this series of common questions from new patients. We’ve already discussed “Can Fertility Acupuncture DELAY my period?” now we’re going to answer “Can Acupuncture bring on my period?”. I’ve said time and time again the thing I love about Acupuncture is that it’s focus is regulating cycles and optimising hormones. Let’s dive a bit deeper today into investigating this about Fertility Acupuncture.
Fertility Acupuncture is designed to help the body’s natural processes and cycles, including that of the menstrual cycle. It’s all about regulating the cycle and optimising hormones. In this blog post we look at the question, “can Fertility Acupuncture delay your period?”
For those who want a checklist to scan through for ideas they might not have considered or tried to improve their fertility, this blogpost is for you. Its not an exhaustive list, nor in any particular order. Look at this a good beginning for some fertility basics that look at managing your stress & lifestyle as well as nutrition and balancing your hormones.
Taking Fertilty Temperatures is not about them being perfect or “right”. Its about simply recording the data as you test and measure your body’s natural resting Temperature.
There are things that happen week to week that can influence and change your Fertility Temperatures (aka Basal Body Temperature or Resting Body temperature). Its not such a “bad” thing sometimes that your temperature might be unusually different e.g.. a higher temperature if your body is trying to fight of a cold or flu. So this list is to make you aware of reasons why your temperature could be different, if you’re used to them being consistent.