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What’s going on with me? Ready for baby

What’s going on with me? Ready for baby



Western Medicine defines infertility as a condition of the male or female reproductive system characterized by the inability to achieve pregnancy after one year. The causes are different depending on one’s gender. For men, it is most often due to low sperm or testosterone count and only gets worse with age. Endometriosis, uterine fibroids, and thyroid disease are the most common factors for women. Traditional Chinese Medicine has identified three common patterns of disharmony regarding the cause of infertility.

1) Yang Deficiency which describes an empty cold condition that can cause underactive organ function. Qi and blood are likely to be stagnant with this pattern.

2) Kidney Yang Deficiency causes internal cold and weakness indicating that the “fire of the gate of life” (located between the kidneys) supplying fundamental warmth is severely impaired.

3) Kidney essence deficiency; although sometimes manifesting as a kidney yang deficiency, it primarily shows as a yin deficiency. The manifestation often relates to growth, development, reproduction, bones, marrow, brain, teeth, and hair.

Fertility is a topic that's close to many people's hearts, and it's an area where holistic health practices can make a big difference. Whether you're trying to conceive naturally or with the help of medical intervention, there are many ways that you can support your fertility journey with a holistic approach.

Here are some tips for promoting fertility and reproductive health holistically:

  1. Focus on Nutrition: The foods you eat can have a big impact on your reproductive health. Incorporate nutrient-rich whole foods into your diet, such as leafy greens, colorful vegetables and fruits, and healthy fats. Avoid processed and high-sugar foods, which can disrupt hormone balance.

  2. Reduce Stress: High levels of stress can interfere with fertility, so it's important to find ways to manage stress in your life. Try practices such as meditation, yoga, or deep breathing to help you relax and unwind.

  3. Support Hormone Balance: Hormone balance is crucial for reproductive health. Consider adding herbs and supplements to your routine that support hormone balance, such as maca root, red raspberry leaf, and evening primrose oil.

  4. Address Environmental Factors: Exposure to toxins in the environment can negatively impact fertility. Take steps to reduce your exposure to environmental toxins by using natural cleaning products, drinking filtered water, and choosing organic foods whenever possible.

At Smai Farmacy, we offer a range of products and services that can support your fertility journey. From natural supplements to fertility-focused herbal teas, we're here to help you on your path to parenthood.

Remember, fertility is a complex issue and can be affected by many factors. If you're struggling with fertility, it's important to work with a qualified healthcare professional to develop a personalized treatment plan that meets your unique needs.

Visit our website to learn more about our holistic approach to fertility and reproductive health, and to discover our range of natural products that can support your journey.