Overcome Infertility – How to Treat Kidney's Yin Deficiency – Cause of High FSH in TCM Perspective

In conventional medicine, high FSH is defined as a condition of the follicles do not respond to the FSH, causing the pituitary gland to produce even more FSH to stimulate the response of ovaries in follicle production. In traditional Chinese medicine, high FSH is defined as the process of the continuous surging of yin can not stimulate the ovarian to produce the follicle, because of yin deficiency, leading to pituitary gland producing more FSH hormone. Herbs, acupuncture and foods used to treat kidney yin deficiency cause of high level FSH include

I. Herbs

1. Sheng di huang (Rehmannia)

The cool herb has been used to improve function of heart, kidney and liver channels by clearing heat, cooling blood, nourishing yin and generating fluids.

2. Gou qi (Chinese wolfberry)

The neutral herb has been used to tonify the liver, lung, kidney by nourishing liver and kidney yin and blood yin deficiency.

3. Wu wei zi (Schisandra)

The warm herb has been used in TCM in promoting the heart, kidney and lung channels by toning kidneys yin and essence, generating fluids and reducing the kidney yin cause of frequent urination.

4. Sha shen (Glehnia root)

The cool herb has been used to enhance the lung and stomach channels by nourishing the stomach, generating body fluids and moistening skin and skin under layer.

5. Sang ji sheng (Mulberry mistletoe stem)

The neutral herb has been used to smooth the liver and kidney channel by enhancing liver function and curing the kidney caused by yin and blood deficiency.

II. Acupuncture

The bolow are the recommended points for acupuncture

1. BL15 (Xinshu)

2. BL18 (Ganshu)

3. BL23 (Shenshu)

4. HE7 (Shenmen)

5. KD3 (Taixi)

6. LV3 (Taichong)

7. SP6 (Sanyinjiao)

8. Etc.

III. Foods

1. String beans

2. Celery

3. Parsley

4. Grapes

5. Plum

6. Berries

7. Sea salt

8. Etc.

In TCM, each woman is treated exclusively to her own entity depending to differentiation, please consult with your Chinese medicine practitioner before applying.



Source by Kyle J Norton

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