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(Chinese for Qi)

As I have had a few complications with this pregnancy, I decided to see a TCM (Traditional Chinese Medicine) specialist at Eu Yan Sang – I am in Asia afterall. There are hundreds of so-called TCM specialists here, many unlicensed, but the specialist I saw at Eu Yan Sang was fully licensed and works with my obstetrician’s fertility patients. I’m always open to alternative therapies to complement traditional medicine, although I’m not necessarily a true believer in them. In the past have had acupuncture, seen a homeopathist, a healer and I’ve even had a session of absent healing since I’ve been here (I’m not a tree-hugger).

I know lots of mums who swear by acupuncture or herbs to help with fertility issues. [click to continue…]

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