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Am I Ovulating?

by admin on October 25, 2016 No comments

Women can assume they’re ovulating, when trying to conceive. But how do you know for sure? Conception is all about Ovulation. If you’re not ovulating, your likelihood of conceiving is very low.

Here are some ways to ensure you’re ovulating with a definite YES or NO answer.

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Your Doctor May Not Want You Taking Chinese Herbs

by admin on October 20, 2016 No comments

Your Doctor May Not Want You To Take Chinese Herbs. Do you know the reasons Why?

In the world today, Female Infertility rates are at 30-40%. We have Male Infertility rates at 30%. The rest of couples have Unexplained Infertility.

Taking steps to assist and improve your fertility is well worth it. So Why wouldn’t you try anything and everything to help if you wanted to try naturally? Lets take a look at why Doctor’s are cautious around herbs.

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Stress May Be Dangerous To Your Fertility Potential

by admin on October 15, 2016 No comments

Stress, yeah, yeah, I know. Stress this and Stress that. We’re all Stressed aren’t we?

Q: Don’t we all just have to put up with it and keep going?

A: No.

Stress is one reason our health fails, and yet many of us brush it off, like its nothing important. But it’s time for a reality check. Lets take a look at how Stress impacts on your Fertility Potential.

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Yin Building for Fertility – Recipes

by admin on July 23, 2016 No comments

Building your yin is very important to fertility for both men and women. In women, their yin is reflected in their oestrogen levels, egg quality and cervical mucus. In men, yin relates to their sperm quality. Without Yin, fertility can be of poor quality. We’ve already discussed Yin & Fertility, in this article here. Now we’ll show some recipes that can help build Yin in the body through food & nutrition.

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Building your Yin – Fertility for Men & Women

by admin on July 9, 2016 No comments

Fertility for Men & Women in particular the Dry Fertility type can lead to problems conceiving. In The Yin Ova Center‘s Jill Blakeway & Dr Sami’s book “Making Babies” they discuss 5 Fertility types, including the Dry Fertility type. Why is overcoming dryness is important in fertility? Why strengthening Yin is the antidote to dryness, and How do you help your body gain Yin energy?

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Acupuncture to Manage Menopause

by admin on May 31, 2016 No comments

Menopause is an inevitable natural change in the life of every woman. During this stage, there is a great shift between the chemistry and hormones due to the reduction in the levels of progesterone and oestrogen in the body. To some women, these hormonal changes can result into night sweats, hot flushes, mood swings, and vaginal dryness amongst others. It’s indeed a challenging time for most ladies as they have to get used to the natural adjustments in their bodies.

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FAQs about Acupuncture

by admin on May 17, 2016 No comments

If you’ve never tried Acupuncture before, it can seem a bit of a foreign or unusual experience to put yourself through. But thousands of Australians are using the ancient wisdom of Traditional Chinese Medicine and Acupuncture to help with aches and pains, bouts of insomnia, headaches, migraines, and managing their PMS. Traditional Chinese Medicine tools of Acupuncture & Chinese Herbal Medicine also have a good reputation with the research to back it up for improving fertility too. Here we look at the FAQ’s for the Acupuncture first-timer.

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Endometriosis & Acupuncture

by admin on October 13, 2015 No comments

Endometriosis refers to a female hormone disorder, whereby growth of cells from the lining of the uterus, or endometrium, occurs in other parts of the body. These endometrium cells can migrate and attach themselves to the fallopian tubes, ligaments, the internal pelvic area, the bowel or bladder. Chinese Medicine & Acupuncture can be a good addition to any management plan.

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