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Treatment to Regulate Menstruation and Promote Fertility, Part 2

Ovulatory Phase
The primary treatment plan during this phase is to help the eggs mature and promote ovulation. Kidneyyangtonic herbs have the effect to enhance the surge of luteinizing hormone, which then stimulates ovulation. Herbs should be taken three days before and three days after ovulation.
Herbal Treatment
ba ji tian
(Radix rorindae officinalis)
bai shao
(Radix paeoniae alba)
dang gui
(Radicis angelicae sinensis)
gou qi zi
(Fructus lycii)
lu jiao shuang
(Cornu cervi degelatinatium)
shan zhu yu
(Fructus corni)

Treatment to Regulate Menstruation and Promote Fertility, Part 1

By John Chen, PhD, PharmD, OMD, LAc
Infertility is defined as failure to become pregnant after several years of regular sexual activity during ovulation. Infertility afflicts more than 6 million American couples, of which approximately 40 percent is attributed to male and 60 percent to female partners.
For females, there are many reasons that contribute to infertility, including but not limited to: ovulatory failure or defect, blocked fallopian tubes, endometriosis, uterine fibroids, polyps, pelvic adhesions, pelvic inflammatory diseases, chlamydia, hormonal imbalance, age (especially those older than 34) and psychological issues.

Study: Acupuncture improves Fertility in Men Too

n many cultures, women are unfairly blamed for the inability of a sexually active couple to conceive. In reality, men suffer from infertility issues just as frequently as women. According to statistics from the National Infertility Association (an organization also known as RESOLVE), between 35 percent and 40 percent of infertility problems among couples are actually caused by male conditions. Several factors may be responsible for male infertility, including low sperm count, abnormal sperm shape and size, and reduced motility.
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