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Monday, November 30, 2009

Your Menstrual Cycle From The Chinese Perspective

Pregnancy Over 40, Chinese Medicine Viewpoint

As much as I read and research all of the factors that influence whether or not we get pregnant every month, I learned a few things I didn't know from this article.
My site: www.getpregnantover40.com
 It not only explains the menstrual cycle, but it also gives remedies from the chinese medicine standpoint. Read more:


conceiveonline.com

From the article:

Week Three: Fertilization and Implantation
After ovulation, the levels of luteinizing and follicle-stimulating hormones (FSH) immediately drop, and the follicle that produced the egg becomes a cyst called the corpus luteum, which produces progesterone. This part of the cycle is called the luteal phase (see week one), and needs to last for at least 10 days, allowing sufficient time for implantation if an egg is fertilized.

The TCM perspective:
Women are warmer in their luteal phase, and Chinese medicine stresses the importance of a warm uterus for implantation. Yang is what warms the body, and when temperatures rise, women are more likely to get pregnant.

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