Dr Wang’s Chinese Herbal medicine Clinic in Wellington Telford created a three –month treatment plan,
combining acupuncture and herbal medicines.
Fertility treatment on the Yin and yang theory of balance.
Yin and Yang is a 2000-year-old philosophy from the philosopher Lao Tzu. In TCM,
doctors believe that acupuncture can enhance qi energy flow, correct blood deficiencies and promote blood circulation.
When applied to the pelvic area, this can stimulate the activity of reproductive organs.
Another popular recommendation is herbal tea, which is considered to improve function in organs including the liver,
spleen and kidneys and to reduce stress, increase energy levels and boost metabolism.
In the context of treating 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.
In recent years, Western scientists and medical specialists have researched acupuncture and Chinese medicine;
as a result of the growing evidence base, they are beginning to accept the role of TCM in treating infertility,
and have begun to include TCM in their treatment recommendations.