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Traditional Chinese Medicine & Fertility

How long will I have acupuncture treatments?  Typically 3-6 months, 1-2 weekly visits. However, treatment terms inevitably vary patient to patient depending on schedules. Shall I bring my male partner also?  Sure.  Even if your male partner has not had a Western diagnosis of fertility-related problems, TCM treatments (traditional Chinese medicine) contribute to his good . . .

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Fertility: Food, Herb, Supplement Concepts in Traditional Chinese Medicine

Jing Foods:   (for sperm/egg quality) Royal Jelly, bee pollen Chicken/duck eggs, fish eggs(roe, caviar) Seeds/nuts Oysters (boosts zinc for sperm) Seaweeds/algae (good for thyroid too) Artichokes, nettles, oats, raw organic milk Yin Foods: (cooling, nourishes fluids/blood) Water Barley/millet String beans, asparagus, seaweeds, dark leafies, cucumbers, water chestnuts, asparagus, celery, romaine, squash, apples, pears Dark . . .

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