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    The herbs are awful aren't they? I didn't do the acupuncture until a little while after either, not as bad as a regular needle although some of the points were a bit uncomfortable.

    Is she going to get you to do temperature charting?

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    I see a TCM Dr for something else (not fertility) and I can not rave enough about it!

    I also have brown herbs to drink and do acupuncture fortnightly.

    I love their philosophy. It is very holistic and gentle.

    I have heard fantastic stuff about treating fertility through TCM too.

    Good luck!! Please come back and let us know how you go.

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    Yes Vic35 doing the temping. She wanted to make sure I ovulate. I'm really liking the natural medicine. The Natro did wonders getting my period back on track but my body doesn't seem to want to cooperate any more. The herbs might be disgusting to take but it sure does make you feel better. I might give acupuncture a go when I'm there next. Am excited to see where this goes


 

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