Statistics suggest that some 75% of women suffer from morning sickness, ranging from mild occasional nausea to constant and severe vomiting. In some cases, the condition is so severe that the loss of fluids, electrolytes and nutrients leads to an urgent situation.
Chinese medicine works well alongside Western fertilisation techniques. In broad terms, IVF works by controlling the hormonal environment artificially in order to manage conception. Chinese medicine stimulates and regulates the natural production of hormones and other aspects of reproductive health, including tubal and uterine health, in order to establish pregnancy. It can replace IVF or support it. For recent research on the efficacy of Chinese medicine for fertility go to the Articles tab to read Recent
Research on Chinese Herbal Medicine for female infertility
The optimal position of the baby for birth is where the buttocks are up and the head is down; this means at birth the head is the presenting part. When the buttocks are the presenting part, it is called breech presentation. The baby frequently changes position during the earlier stages of pregnancy.