Want to give yourself an all-natural boost ? 

Rather than reinvent the wheel, click here for an abridged summary on some self help suggestions from a talk given by Alexander Golberg in New York. It has been suggested by many that Chinese medicine may have a role in helping to manage the symptoms of specific conditions , or supporting the effectiveness of treatments e.g. IVF or perhaps as part of a multidisciplinary approach. This is why I am completing my Masters in Reproductive Medicine. In an effort to refine the role of Chinese medicine as part of this multidisciplinary role.

Here’s a couple of Reading links:

As with all literature in the face of new evidence, current thinking may need to change. With much of the research into  acupuncture and Chinese medicine there has been great variation in findings, sample sizes and application.

Research is ongoing and findings are evolving. It is part of my obligation to convey only current literature and findings and as the summary says below; To confirm these findings, additional, blinded studies with proper controls and adequate sample sizes are needed.

Few randomised, blinded clinical trials have addressed the efficacy of acupuncture in treating endometriosis-related pain. Nonetheless, the current literature suggests that acupuncture reduces pain and serum CA-125 levels, regardless of the control intervention used. To confirm these findings, additional, blinded studies with proper controls and adequate sample sizes are needed”.