Chinese Herbal Medicine proven to treat subfertility

Subfertility is a stressful condition that affected many couples, emotionally and well being. There is no much choices after failure in IVF treatment, especially for women who have poor egg quality or diminished ovarian reserve, usually the recommendation to them are using donor eggs. One major factor contributing to diminished ovarian reserve (DOR) and reduce egg quality is aging, delayed marriage and delay to have family.
In the last decades, clinical studies and numerous research done in university hospital have shown that Chinese herbal medicine can regulate gonadotropin-releasing hormone (GnRH)and ovarian sex hormones to induce  ovulation and promote blood flow to ovaries to improve ovarian reserve. Traditional Chinese Medicine(TCM) is unique as it applied formula with multiple herbs that are capable of improving endocrine and reproductive disorders.
According to research and observation done by The Third Affiliated Hospital of Sun Yat-sen University, Suzhou Wuzhong People’s Hospital, and University of Technology Sydney, NSW, after just 12 weeks of treatment with TCM, the evidence is clear that it improves menstrual cycle, and improves hormones levels suggesting that the quality of oocyte and function of corpus luteum improved significantly.
TCM target underlying causes of subfertility simultaneously, such as poor oocyte (egg) quality, endocrine functions, uterine environment and uterine lining. TCM is base on balance of Yin and Yang, Qi and Blood circulation perspective. In tandem with modern medical science, ovarian function is restored through improving blood circulation to reproductive organs, regulating hormone secretion,  reducing systemic inflammation and anti-tumour effect.
In Golden Gate Fertility Centre, we have over 40 years of combine clinical experience in fertility treatment and over 3000 couples have successfully become parents under our treatment. For more information please do not hesitate to WhatsApp 0123658478

Published : 4-Mar-2023

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