In a perfect world, conceiving a child when a couple is ready should be a straightforward matter.
But according to studies, 12 to 15 per cent of couples are unable to conceive due to fertility issues after a year of having unprotected sex
Traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) has transitioned from an “alternative therapy” to a more commonly accepted option for treating common natural fertility issues, when administered by qualified and highly experienced practitioners .
Studies like a 2017 paper published by the Journal of Integrative Medicine, a peer-reviewed journal by Shanghai Changhai Hospital in China, have also shown that co-treating conditions like Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome with TCM is more effective than receiving only Western medical treatments.
If you are looking for help with your fertility journey and think TCM could help you, make sure you consult a practitioner who is trained to provide the most effective TCM for fertility methods that complement — and not counteract — any ongoing Western treatments.
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Matthew Jackson (BSc (Hons) Ost, Dip Ac/CHM (China), Pg Dip CHM (OB/GYN), Pg Cert US (MSK) MRCHM, BMUS) is a herbalist, osteopath and acupuncturist with a busy practice in the west of England.