A growing body of evidence supports the role of traditional Chinese Medicine in the treatment.
After two years of struggling to conceive naturally, Ms Tran decided to go for Chinese Medicine to help conceive. She felt it was taking longer than she anticipated, and she was fed up with taking drugs or injections.
She said “I did a lot of research and studied through the internet on Chinese medicine. GinSen is my no. one choice as my friend’s recommendation. At age 32, I was having lots of pressure for have a baby.”
Ms Tran attended the first consultation in GinSen Clinic in October 2015. “GinSen’s expert team are very professional and experienced, I was comfortable with their consultation, believe me, that they gave me such confidence and hope. I took their advice, started a 3-month treatment plan combining Acupuncture and Herbal Tea. I agreed with their analysis, they identified my condition straight away, and my infertility was due to a Yang deficiency of Spleen and Kidney” She said.
After the treatments, Ms Tran felt her energy level was increased, her hands and feet were warmer and other symptoms were dispelled.
She felt so much better after her treatment. In March 2016, She was pregnant, the baby was born in November 2016. “I am so joyful with my baby,” She told us”.
Ms Tran is one of the many helped by GinSen.
GinSen has been using finest herbal medicine and Acupuncture to focus to treat women‘s infertility due to FSH high, MH low, Fallopian Tube Blockage, PCOS, Age problems and IVF Support. Founded by Practitioner Li Hua Li, GinSen bases it fertility treatment on Yin and Yang theory of balance.
In Chinese medicine, the primary goal for restoring fertile health is to balance the yin and yang of the body. In respect to fertility, the yin aspect includes blood, fluids and substance. The yang energy stimulates ovulation. In TCM, doctors believe that acupuncture can enhance Qi (The vital Energy), balance the blood deficiencies, promote blood circulation, stimulate the activity of reproductive organs.
Another popular recommendation is herbal teas, formulas are prescribed that combine several herbs which will have a multi effect within the body – by addressing any underlying imbalances or deficiencies.
Infertility, TCM takes the position that high-quality eggs and sperm will result from a well – established supply of blood and energy. Used in both men and women, TCM can be used on its own or increasingly in combination with Western assisted fertility procedure. In recent years, the use of TCM is enjoying growing popularity as couples seek to enhance their fertility using natural methods. News of positive experiences and successful outcomes are spreading as natural, holistic alternatives to conventional medical fertility enhancement (IVF) are sought.
In 2000, a British Medical Association survey showed that around half of doctors had prescribed acupuncture in the Uk. In 2016, A British study found that rates of success were twice as high among those having alternative therapy.
The study involved 160 couples suffering from fertility problems. Half were assigned to have four sessions of acupuncture during their IVF cycle. One year on, those who underwent the ancient practice, involving fine needles, had achieved pregnancy rates of 46.2 per cent.
Among those who had not, pregnancy rates were just 21.7 per cent. Trial researchers have urged the NHS to offer the treatment routinely to all fertility patients. This study shows a statistically significant difference. But some experts hold opinions that the weakness of the study is that the placebo effect can’t be controlled.
Over the past 17 years, GinSen clinics have succeeded in helping fertility patients aged between 20-48 years: since 2006, the clinic has achieved an average fertility success rate of more than 55 per cent in the over-40 age group, treating both medically explained and unexplained fertility problems.
With its proven tracking record, GinSen feels it can stay confidence to help more people in the future.
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