Chinese Medicine in Fertility Disorders
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Chinese Medicine in Fertility Disorders Pdf
Written by experts in Chinese medicine, this textbook provides a
comprehensive overview of Chinese medicine therapies for fertility disorders. It
opens by reviewing the basics of current Western reproductive medicine in terms
of diagnosis, treatment options, and possible risks. The book then introduces
the reader to traditional Chinese fertility treatments, providing information
about how they complement Western reproductive medicine. The authors describe in
detail the different treatment methods, ranging from qi gong and tui na to moxibustion and acupuncture to Chinese dietetics and medicinal therapy. The main section of the book provides in-depth discussion of specific fertility disorders and their management, including menstrual disorders, early menopause, sexual disorders, male infertility, endometriosis, and polycystic ovary syndrome. It closes with a section on patient support, addressing issues such as the mind-body relationship and the impact of stress.
- Case studies with real-life examples of specific
- Information on both Chinese and Western therapies.
- Perspectives from numerous Chinese medicine
- Extensive quotations from classical texts in
- Historical, cultural, and social perspectives on the
issue of fertility in Chinese culture, modern and ancient
Chinese Medicine in Fertility Disorders is an invaluable resource for practitioners in complementary
medicine, including acupuncturists and Chinese herbalists who wish to include
fertility treatment in their practice, and a useful reference for all physicians who seek to expand their perspective on managing fertility issues.
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