The uterus is such a special organ that Chinese medicine, it is named Child’s Palace.
Today I want to kick off a series of episodes about the uterus. Here is what you will learn:
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This is one of the topics that I'm so passionate about. Personally, I had to manage my PCOS in order to become pregnant.
PCOS is a complicated condition. What bothers me is that people are not educated about natural management options, and they jump into medicated procedures too quickly.
Today I want to give you the blueprint to getting pregnant and which major areas you should be focusing your attention on.
It doesn’t matter if you’re starting out or if you’ve been trying for a while, this episode is for you.
I want you to really focus on the process first, and not worry about the small details. Once you get the big picture, you can then fill int the details.
You may have read that DHEA helps with egg quality and wondering if you should be taking it.
I do not want to be a nagging parent and keep saying the same thing over and over...but DHEA is actually a hormone and is not appropriate for everyone.
So we’re going to talk about what DHEA is, how it became so popular, how it works, and who should take it.
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Learn mistakes to avoid, the difference between various licensing levels, and why you should always consider going to someone who specializes in fertility acupuncture.
Today, I’m bringing you an interview with my good friend Andrea Jang. Andrea is a fertility acupuncturist in the San Francisco bay area. Her clinic was the first clinic other than my own, to embrace the Practically Fertile Methodology. We’ve been working closely together for two years.
What Andrea has added to her practice recently is functional medicine. According to Andrea, Conventional lab ranges are inaccurate, bell curves are used, and only limited tests are ordered. Unlike conventional lab tests, functional lab values are more sensitive to reveal problems.
Andrea wants to offer the Comprehensive Thyroid Evaluation for only $147 (Regularly $350). And this test will be Available to the first 10 people who contact her.
Complete thyroid panel including 9 key thyroid tests plus a one on one Functional Medicine consultation to review the test results.
Most tests run only 1-2 of these markers and miss the key underlying imbalances. This offer also includes a 25% discount on a supplement purchase through Fullscript and a Thyroid Health Education card.
(Lab testing not available for residents in NY, NJ, RI. )
To register, text “Thyroid” to 415.496.JANG (5264) or go to jangacupuncture.com and click the email icon to get in touch.
Can I just tell you that the supplement industry is a multi-billion dollar industry! One of the things that bugs me is the misconception that more is better.
It’s common to see supplements especially multi vitamins that are overloaded with like 500% of something or 3500% of something. And that, besides possibly throwing money away, more importantly it can be dangerous.
Ashley is in the house! We were working on several projects, and I grabbed her to get on the podcast with me.
We talked about methods of ovulation, and I rank my favorite to my least favorite methods.
And we talked about how you need to be more Yin in the Yang Phase, which is the TWW.
You want to know what to eat for fertility, and I have the answers. To learn more about the Practically Fertile® Online Intensive for Nutrition, here is the link: www.practicallyfertileclub.com/nutritionintensive
Ashley and I talk about this one thing that could be preventing you from getting pregnant, and it all started with the fact that instagram is taking away "likes"
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If you've heard about vaginal and you're curious about how it can help with fertility, this is the episode for you.
I brought in my good friend, Jocey Rodriquez. She’s my right hand woman at Inner Peace Acupuncture, and is certified in perineal hydrotherapy.
We talk about what vaginal steaming is, different conditions it can help with, the pitfalls you want to avoid, and precautions you'll want to take.
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A lot of you believe that you have to cut them out all together in order to get pregnant.
I give you the lo-down on exactly how much caffeine you can have and what types of alcohol are fertility friendly.
I absolutely believe in supplementation, but I believe in supplementing purposefully.
One of the biggest mistakes women make while TTC is taking too many supplements. Overtime, the cost really adds up and some can even disrupt hormones and delay the TTC process even longer
In this episode, I give you my Essential Supplements Guide for Fertility. I talk about which vitamins you really need, and which ones you do not need to worry about.
To download the guide, go to www.practicallyfertileclub.com/supplements
Today, I share with you an honor coaching call with Cecelia, one of the members inside The Fertile Period Lab.
Cecelia is currently prepping for an IVF cycle and she's had problems responding to medication in the past.
You'll learn about a protocol that I share with Cecelia that has been known to boost follicle count and egg quality during an IVF cycle.
Holiday season means being around people at parties and get-togethers...
Lots of you have been asking if being sick will affect your chances of getting pregnant, and if taking medication will ruin your chances especially during the two week wait.
Male fertility is on a huge decline. Male-factor related fertility challenges now make up 40-50% of all causes of infertility.
This is a topic that cannot be ignore even though it can be super difficult to discuss.
In this episode, I'm going to share the 6 ways to dramatically boost male fertility that will benefit everyone. It's a false sense of security to think that just because of one good sperm analysis that it will stay that way.
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In 1987, you needed 50% normal shaped sperm per sample to be considered normal.
In 2019, you only need 3-4% normal shaped sperm per sample in order to be considered normal.
Listen in as Ashley and I discuss the decline of male fertility and how we feel about it.
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Today, we talk about the 10 parameters of a fertile cycle and what they mean for your fertility.
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A recording from our Unfiltered show happening every Thursday on Facebook @ Practically Fertile By Adrienne Wei.
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I know that there's a lot of confusion surrounding this topic.
For example, if I say something like "loose stools or spotting midcycle is a sign of spleen qi deficiency," a lot of you will assume that is your pattern, but that’s not the case at all.
So I want to clear up the confusion today.
Recording from our Unfiltered show.
What do you say to the annoying relative who asks "when are you going to have kids?"
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In this episode Unfiltered, Ashley and I talk about fear-based fertility thanks to Dr Google and our own doctors; how we have gotten to this point where, we’re so scared to do anything because we’ve read or been told that it’s going to ruin our chances of getting pregnant. We also put some of these fears to rest once and for all
Today, I reached inside the question vault and found five of the most asked the questions from inside our private Facebook Group, Practically Fertile The Podcast.
Some of what I talked about:
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The name of the podcast has been changed! It is now Practically Fertile®
Ashley and I talk about the Hormone Elevator and what I call the Pendulum Effect.
I bring you an amazing success story interview with one of my members inside the fertile period lab, Kristie.
Kristie shares what ultimately helped her conceive, and what her journey has been like trying-to-conceive with a congenital heart condition, and suffering multiple miscarriages.
For more information about the Fertile Period Lab, please visit www.practicallyfertileclub.com/online-programs
I answer a Listen Question of The Week and we talk about the difference between exercise for performance and for fertility; potential problems with over exercising; and how to exercise without sacrificing fertility.