Gynecology In Chinese Medicine

Chinese Medicine has a 3,000 year history of treating imbalances in women’s health and still plays a valuable role in treatment today.  Modern day imbalance, though altered by chemicals in the air and water as well hormones in food, has remained a strength in Chinese medicine. 

Women experiencing pain at any point during their cycle, emotional swings at the onset of their menses or discomfort in the transition through menopause can find relief with Chinese medicine. There are little or no side effects and the change is permanent because the root of the problem has been addressed. 

The length of treatment with different imbalances will very depending on your constitution and the duration of the imbalance.  Usually by the second treatment you will notice change in your condition and other unexpected positive changes due to your bodies return to balance.  An example of this might be a change in your skin quality, or your mental awareness. 

All treatments involve Chinese herbs which are used internally to bring the organs back to balance.  This is achieved through returning vital fluids back to the body and removing old build-ups through the eliminatory system.  There are many ways to administer Chinese herbs, but only two methods can be tailored to individual patients needs.  Whole herbs can be combined to meet specific needs easily though they require cooking at home and are usually strong tasting.   Powdered Chinese herbs can be tailored some what like raw herbs but are already prepared and can be added to warm water and consumed.   

The former presentation is more highly recommended for its adaptability to the condition that presents itself in your individual imbalance.  Acupuncture can also be an important adjunct to Chinese herbal remedies helping to realign the body energetically.  Acupuncture uses needles that are as thin as human hair and unlike needles used for injections practically painless.  Acupuncture will leave you feeling calmer more present and rested which can be attributed to the release of endorphins.

Though the list of imbalance that Chinese Medicine can treat is long and covers every aspect of a woman’s physiology a list of general categories is as follows; Menstrual irregularities, problems at the time of menstruation, diseases during pregnancy, diseases after childbirth, Infertility, menopausal syndrome and more...

Chinese medicine has been proven to:

  • Regulate the menstrual cycle
  • Treat PMS
  • Treat endometriosis
  • Treat menopausal symptoms
  • Treat pelvic inflammatory disease
  • Treat blocked fallopian tubes
  • Enhance fertility
  • Treat certain causes of miscarriage
  • Increase libido

Menstruation

Monthly cycles can sometimes be painful, irregular, heavy, emotional, too light, or absent altogether.  These imbalances Chinese medicine has understood for 3,000 years and has in most cases has a permanent cure.  Chinese medicines ability to treat the root of the problem has made it a strong alternative for women looking to harmonize their lives through balancing their hormones.

Infertility

As we in the modern world move toward equality of the sexes the question of having children becomes less of worry until we realize we can't have them.  Then this seemingly easy task becomes monumental and can consume everything you have worked so hard to build.  Understand that you are not alone and there are many roads to take to fertility but only one will change you as whole, permanently, and give you chance to conceive naturally.  Chinese medicine has helped women to make changes in their physiology that could never occur otherwise and it all comes down to returning the body to balance.  When the body and mind are whole again, for both partners, the likelihood for natural conception is increased ten-fold.