Fertility support is Cindy’s Healing Arts Clinic specialty. My director is Chinese Doctor Liu Yun who practice in Fertility for more than 15 years. She help hundreds women to get pregnancy. We all have experience in enhancing fertility with acupuncture and herbs. We use herbs, nutrition, and acupuncture to reduce inflammation, increase blood supply to the pelvis and uterus, offset the effects of stress, and balance hormones to optimize your ability to conceive whether naturally or using the latest technologies.

 

We are committed to the idea that health bodies are more likely to have healthy babies. Just as a gardener enriches the soil before planting a seed, we believe in investing in your health and your body before you conceive. As you begin to think about staring a family, we encourage you to take three months to get in great shape. Come and see us to get advice on diet, help you dropping your unhealthy habits and an overall reproductive tune-up to get you in the best condition possible to conceive and grow a new life.

 

If you have been trying to conceive for a while without success, you may be feeling dispirited and discouraged. Here at Cindy’s Healing Arts Clinic I’ll help you to treating infertility. For some of patients, Acupuncture and Chinese medicine is all they need to conceive, while for others it makes more sense to combine Eastern medicine with the best Western medicine has to offer. Either way I’m here to support you.

 

fertility types

1.

Symptoms:

Dry skin, eyes, and hair. 

Often thirsty, thin, tends to be constipated.

Often feels hot: flushes easily, night sweats. Short cycles or light periods. Insomnia

Often restless, fidgety, jumpy, or anxious

 

AC and TCM Perspective:

The Acupuncture (AC) treatment balance body Yin and Yang, guid the energy flow in channel smooth. consider of 。。。。the trigger point boots energy to enhance blood circulation. reduce stress….

The Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) name for this type is kidney “yin” deficiency. Yin describes the functions of body that are cooling, nourishing, moistening, and substantial. Without enough yin, the body gets hotter and dries out. This is reflected in low estrogen levels, thinner uterine lining, and less cervical fluid. Yin naturally depletes with age, but some people use up their yin faster with energy-consuming lifestyle choices: not enough sleep, easting poorly, and exercising in short, intense bursts.

 

Advice

Hydrate

Consume nutrient-rich foods: dark leafy greens, soy products(for phytoestrogens) health fats. Avoid alcohol and spicy foods. 

Reduce stress. Avoid excessive aerobic exercise, try yoga, tai chi, or qi gong.

 
 

2.

Symptoms

Often feels weak or lethargic

Prone to getting sick

Gets out of breath and sweats  easily, gains weight

Poor appetite

Prone to bloating, gas, and loose stools

Low sex drive

Short luteal phase

Feels cold: hands, feet

 

AC and TCM Perspective:

This type is called kidney “yang” deficiency in TCM, and reflects a broader hormonal imbalance going beyond reproductive hormones and encompassing the thyroid, adrenals, and pituitary gland. Weakness in these systems affects metabolism, circulation, and thus reproduction. Coldness also affects uterus, Think about cold nest couldn’t hatch a babe chickens. 

 

Advice

Avoid raw and cold foods 

Consume warming soup and stews, spices, cinnamon, ginger, turmeric, cumin…..Royal jelly. 

Regular moderate exercise 

 

 

3.

Symptoms:

Physically pale

Nails chip easily

Vision problems

Hair loss

Lighter or missed periods

Trouble falling asleep; tired

Physically inflexible

 

TCM Perspective:

Pale people are considered to have blood deficiency, Qi deficiency, which can reflect anemia or more undernourishment. The blood nourishes the endometrium, making it a welcoming, healthy home for an embryo. Sometimes blood deficiency is caused by anemia, but it can also be caused by poor diet or Qi deficiency. 

 

Advice

Regular meals of nutritional foods

Iron from plant and animal sources

Dates with brown sugar and ginger. …..

 

4.

Symptoms:

Stressed out, easily angered

Tension headaches, nervous stomach, high blood pressure, or muscle tightness

PMS Symptoms including breast tenderness and mood swings, painful periods, irregular cycles, clotted menstrual blood.

 

TCM Perspective

The tightness of the stuck type stems from poor energy and blood flow throughout the body, or what is referred to as qi and blood stagnation. Over time, it can lead to stagnation in the reproductive system, which can cause ovulation problems and inflexible fallopian tubes. blood stagnation can cause painful or stop-andstart periods. and can lead to reproductive system obstructions such as endometriosis, fibroids, polyps, and cysts.

 

Advice

Regular aerobic exercise

Plenty of fiber

stress reduction

Herbal and acupuncture treatment….

 

As we know every body is unique, there are lot of deferent symptoms like: 

Liver blood stagnate: Emotion instability, qi stagnation..

Phlegm and Heat: Over weight, periods disorder block channel..

Damp and heat: Nastiness during periods - infection..

Blood stagnation: depressed, angry cause blood and qi stagnation, or cold coagulate blood…

 

We need see you and diagnosis to figure out the unique process for you.

 

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