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Introducing the only clinically proven program—steeped in ancient Chinese healing traditions—that has enabled hundreds of infertile couples to conceive. At Wu's Healing Center in San Francisco, miracles are happening. Women and their partners come to the clinic—often from across the country-- to fulfill a passionately held yet fragile dream: to conceive and deliver the hea Introducing the only clinically proven program—steeped in ancient Chinese healing traditions—that has enabled hundreds of infertile couples to conceive. At Wu's Healing Center in San Francisco, miracles are happening. Women and their partners come to the clinic—often from across the country-- to fulfill a passionately held yet fragile dream: to conceive and deliver the healthy baby that mainstream doctors have told them they cannot have. Using traditional Chinese medical techniques, sometimes integrated with Western fertility treatments, Dr. Angela Wu is helping these couples experience the miracle of birth. In this book, Dr. Wu details a proven 6-part self-care regimen that helps create the internal harmony and balance vital to conception. Her techniques not only enhance the results and reduce the side effects of in vitro and other Western fertility treatments, they also shorten labor and speed postpartum recovery. Babies benefit too, adopting regular sleep patterns more quickly and getting sick less frequently. At a time when one in five U.S. couples is struggling with fertility problems, this practical and uplifting volume, filled with the inspirational stories of Dr. Wu's grateful patients, will be a godsend.


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Introducing the only clinically proven program—steeped in ancient Chinese healing traditions—that has enabled hundreds of infertile couples to conceive. At Wu's Healing Center in San Francisco, miracles are happening. Women and their partners come to the clinic—often from across the country-- to fulfill a passionately held yet fragile dream: to conceive and deliver the hea Introducing the only clinically proven program—steeped in ancient Chinese healing traditions—that has enabled hundreds of infertile couples to conceive. At Wu's Healing Center in San Francisco, miracles are happening. Women and their partners come to the clinic—often from across the country-- to fulfill a passionately held yet fragile dream: to conceive and deliver the healthy baby that mainstream doctors have told them they cannot have. Using traditional Chinese medical techniques, sometimes integrated with Western fertility treatments, Dr. Angela Wu is helping these couples experience the miracle of birth. In this book, Dr. Wu details a proven 6-part self-care regimen that helps create the internal harmony and balance vital to conception. Her techniques not only enhance the results and reduce the side effects of in vitro and other Western fertility treatments, they also shorten labor and speed postpartum recovery. Babies benefit too, adopting regular sleep patterns more quickly and getting sick less frequently. At a time when one in five U.S. couples is struggling with fertility problems, this practical and uplifting volume, filled with the inspirational stories of Dr. Wu's grateful patients, will be a godsend.

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  1. 5 out of 5

    Sunshine Biskaps

    "Fertility Wisdom: How Traditional Chinese Medicine Can Help Overcome Infertility" by Angela Wu I started getting acupuncture a few years ago in Jakarta, Indonesia when we were hoping to start expanding our family. Cinderella was her name and she was Chinese-Indonesian. She would feel my pulse regularly and ask to look at my tongue. I always wondered exactly what she was looking for. Cinderella mentioned that I needed to stop eating raw vegetables since they were very hard for my body to digest. I "Fertility Wisdom: How Traditional Chinese Medicine Can Help Overcome Infertility" by Angela Wu I started getting acupuncture a few years ago in Jakarta, Indonesia when we were hoping to start expanding our family. Cinderella was her name and she was Chinese-Indonesian. She would feel my pulse regularly and ask to look at my tongue. I always wondered exactly what she was looking for. Cinderella mentioned that I needed to stop eating raw vegetables since they were very hard for my body to digest. I didn't change my eating habits much because I have been living the mostly-raw life now for close to a decade. Recently, here in Brisbane, I've been introduced to another Chinese acupuncturist named Jane in Bowen Hills who is excellent. Again, she also looks at my tongue and mentions that its pale and checks my pulse in both my wrists. Jane is very big on making sure I eat foods with warming effects and foods at warm temperatures. I've picked up this book to help me understand these beliefs further. I thought this book would be more helpful, but because I've read a few others about improving fertility, there was not much new insight. I thought the exercises were very basic. Overall, everyone needs to decrease their stress for a better life. One thing that resonated with me is section about fung shui (p. 165) about getting rid of stagnation. Are our closets jammed packed with items? Are there things that we can easily live without? "From a Taoist perspective, stagnant energy in your environment can reflect or lead to stagnant energy in your body." The position of the bed placed under a window can also cause insecurity in the person sleeping on the bed. That's a new one I learned. Overall, a good book, worth the read if you are new to your fertility road and also interested or currently undergoing acupuncture. Now, if you will excuse me, I need to declutter my life and welcome this new baby spirit into my home and body.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Marek

    Fertility Wisdom introduces key Taoist beliefs that helped spawn the practice of Traditional Chinese Medicine, or TCM. Dr. Wu takes us through a brief history of Taoist beliefs and how they apply to the types of remedies for men and women who are experiencing infertility in any way. She has recounted a lot of stories from actual patients from her San Francisco clinic. They all had various reasons for not being able to conceive and they were all able to, after adopting a TCM lifestyle. Depending o Fertility Wisdom introduces key Taoist beliefs that helped spawn the practice of Traditional Chinese Medicine, or TCM. Dr. Wu takes us through a brief history of Taoist beliefs and how they apply to the types of remedies for men and women who are experiencing infertility in any way. She has recounted a lot of stories from actual patients from her San Francisco clinic. They all had various reasons for not being able to conceive and they were all able to, after adopting a TCM lifestyle. Depending on your constitution, there are different types of foods you should adopt, exercises to participate in, meditation, acupressure,etc. It seems as if this helps many people either work together with their Western medicine physician or after their Western medicine doctor told them it was hopeless. I'm kind of in the same boat and I'm excited to try this TCM diet...although it definitely won't be easy.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Sara

    ...found this book last night at powells and spent my sunday curled up with it--finding hope, finding perspective, finding peace...

  4. 4 out of 5

    Jennie

    Somewhat useful but far too many recommendations to see a TCM practitioner; it might be better if you are already working with one. There's not much practical advice in terms of what to do at home. Somewhat useful but far too many recommendations to see a TCM practitioner; it might be better if you are already working with one. There's not much practical advice in terms of what to do at home.

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