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Study Finds Beer Drinkers More Fertile

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My husbands wildest dreams just came true- a recent study has determined that men who drink beer (or wine) are more fertile than their teetotaling counterparts. While the study finds that 1-3 drinks a week improves sperm count, those who consumed 4-7 drinks per week, “had a “significantly higher median semen volume” than those who had 1-3 weekly drinks.” 

 

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10 Fertile Foods

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by Toni Twitty, M.Ac., Ph.D.c  Chinese Medicine and Acupuncture OKC Fertility Expert

 

In recent history, we have learned that we truly are what we eat. What we put in our mouths can also play a significant part in our ability to conceive.  With all of the conflicting information on the web, how does one know which foods are the best

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Acupuncture’s Approach to Treating Endometriosis

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Endometriosis is a disease in which endometrial cells grow outside the uterine cavity, usually on the abdominal cavity. Normally, the cells remain isolated to the uterine cavity, where hormones influence their growth and behavior. Women who suffer from endometriosis, however, experience endometrial cellular growth outside the uterus, resulting back pain, abdominal pain, premenstrual spotting, urinary pain, vomiting and other

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The Acupuncture Approach to Fertility

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About 10 percent of couples struggle with infertility and an inability to conceive, according to the Center for Disease Control. For those struggling to have children, fertility treatment can become tiring and expensive very quickly. There are numerous alternative treatments including Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) that have been thought to improve fertility.

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By increasing blood flow and Qi (pronounced

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