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Recurrent Miscarriage Treatment: GinSen’s 4 Step Plan Inspired By Traditional Chinese Medicine Detox, Nourish, Rebalance, and Strengthen

Recurrent miscarriage can be painful, and the recovery process can be hard, but you are not alone. Sadly, Recurrent miscarriage affects 1% – 3% of women/couples of reproductive age. While modern medicine offers valuable insights and treatments, a growing number of individuals are turning to the ancient wisdom of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) to address the complexities of recurrent miscarriage.

Among the pioneers in this realm, GinSen, a renowned TCM clinic, presents a comprehensive four-step plan that offers renewed hope and optimism to those yearning for a successful pregnancy. The approach to addressing recurrent miscarriage includes a holistic understanding of the body.

GinSen’s Four-Step Plan – Detox, Nourish, Rebalance, and Strengthen – combines together centuries of Chinese Medicine and modern practices to offer a tailor-made and comprehensive approach to recurrent miscarriage treatment.

Extra Care after Recurrent Miscarriage

After experiencing recurrent miscarriages, it is crucial to recognise that the journey towards a successful pregnancy may require an extra layer of care and attention. The body experiences changes after recurrent miscarriage, and restoring balance before attempting to conceive once again is a must.

According to Chinese Medicine, three common changes are observed in the body after a miscarriage to recurrent miscarriages. “Deficiency of Qi and Blood” and “Blood Stasis in the Uterus.” Additionally, both medical and induced abortions could trigger pelvic inflammatory conditions, leading to symptoms of “Damp-Heat Stagnation.” 

Deficiency of Qi and blood

When the body experiences deficiency of Qi and blood, it means that the miscarriage has depleted the mother’s Qi (vital energy) and blood as well as the vital connections between the uterus and blood vessels. If the miscarriage occurs at an advanced age, your body may not be able to heal as quickly as body condition is generally weak, it can increase the problems of Qi and blood deficiency.

Blood stasis in the uterus

Blood stasis in the uterus happens when placental tissues are not fully removed. This can lead to blood stasis accumulating in the uterus which can result in symptoms like continuous bleeding, abdominal pain, and adhesions.

Damp-Heat Stagnation

Some surgical procedures can trigger pelvic inflammatory conditions leading to symptoms of damp-heat stagnation. This stagnation can develop due to surgical-related infections as well as recurrent vaginal infections. These factors can contribute to the buildup of damp-heat stagnation within the uterus potentially resulting in the development of pelvic inflammatory conditions.

GinSen’s Four-Step Plan To Risk Of Recurrent Loss Of Pregnancy

Regardless of which changes the body experiences, here at GinSen, TCM practitioners provide personalised treatment plans based on each individual’s conditions and symptoms to restore balance and promote healing after recurrent loss of pregnancy. The four-step holistic plan is based on the principles of TCM and will help those experiencing recurrent miscarriages to successfully conceive.

Stage 1 – Detox

In Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), the concept of detoxification after a miscarriage before attempting to conceive again is rooted in the belief that the body’s balance and energy flow must be restored to its optimal state for a healthy pregnancy.

After a miscarriage, the body often accumulates blood stasis and is deficient. The goal with this TCM is to reduce stagnant blood and promote the generation of fresh blood. This aids in the contraction and restoration of the uterus as well as the smooth discharge of lochia. It is a gentle detoxification to clear the conditions that contribute to recurrent loss. 

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Stage 2 – Nourishing Your Essence

After the body has been detoxed, it requires nourishment. Nourishing your essence can help the body quickly regain physical strength. In TCM, nourishing your essence starts with strengthening the spleen and regaining the body’s metabolism. The spleen is essentially your “food powerhouse.”

The Spleen takes in meals and turns them into the Qi and blood that provide energy and nourishment to the whole body including your reproductive organs. When the spleen is weak after a miscarriage, it struggles to produce adequate quality blood that the uterus and growing baby need. Poor blood supply makes it tougher for a healthy embryo to implant and develop properly.

By strengthening the spleen it will be able to do its job of generating the robust blood flow required to increase the chances of implantation and a stable pregnancy.

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This kit is a unique blend of high-quality herbs and vitamins to boost your fertility after repeated miscarriages. The benefits of it include strengthening the spleen function, helps the body regenerate these vital substances and regain normal metabolic function. It contains:

    • Dong Gui also known as Angelica Sinensis is an extremely valuable Chinese herb for recurrent pregnancy loss. It invigorates blood flow to the uterus, ovaries, and the entire reproductive region. It ensures ample nourishment and circulation are reaching the womb so implantation can occur and any blood clots are minimised. 
    • Goji berry is also a key herb. It acts to deeply nourish declining Kidney Essence that has been strained after multiple losses. It aids in egg maturation and quality by providing dense nourishment to the kidneys to support reproduction in an all-natural manner.

This researched formula contains ingredients traditionally used in TCM to reinforce your spleen, optimise blood production, and maximise circulation throughout the body and reproductive organs.

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A free personalised consultation is highly recommended after recurrent loss of pregnancy so GinSen’s Chinese Medicine experts can pinpoint which Chinese herbs and spleen-boosting steps are right for your body. A customised plan will replenish the Qi and blood that flows to your uterus as quickly as possible for future successful conception.

Stage 3 – Rebalancing Your Inner Ecosystem

Once the body has been detoxed and nourished, it is important to rebalance it. After a miscarriage, the body’s natural balance may be disrupted leading to hormonal imbalances that can affect fertility and the ability to sustain a pregnancy. This step of the treatment plan focuses on bringing harmony back to the endocrine system through total body rebalancing that optimises the hormonal environment to support future conception and maintain pregnancy. Acupunctures is recommended during this stage.  

Acupuncture can help balance hormone function by stimulating points. This supports the kidney-essence which nourishes the reproductive organs, smooths liver Qi to reduce stress-induced hormone, and tonifies the spleen.

Combined with properly customised herbal concoctions, it will help to shift hormone levels back into a fertile range. It also works by promoting the movement of Qi and the circulation of blood within the co-working system of different organs, making sure organs like the kidney, liver, and spleen can work together in harmony. 

Stage 4 – Strengthen

In the final stage, we prepare the body for pregnancy. It is important to take time before trying again so that the body can rebuild uterine lining, restore menstrual regularity, and regain overall wellbeing. Our experts recommend waiting at least one to two months before conceiving again. For late-stage miscarriage, it is advised to rest for five to six months before attempting pregnancy once more.

Step four is the perfect time to follow a hormone-balancing diet. Include foods like flax seeds, soy, sesame for oestrogen regulation. Add some of the components of a traditional Chinese medicine diet like bone broth, warming herbs and spices, antioxidant-rich fruits, and vegetables. Avoid excess dairy and refined carbs along with cold foods that are harder for the body to digest. 

Stress management is essential as stress can disrupt hormonal balance. Reduce chronic stress through gentle exercise such as yoga, tai chi, meditation, journaling. Be sure to get adequate sleep for hormone production. Intense workouts tax adrenals affecting cortisol and DHEA levels, so moderate exercise is recommended.

At GinSen, our deepest hope is that through each phase of this journey, you feel completely supported, understood, and prepared. Please reach out anytime for a free consultation online to discuss recurrent miscarriage treatment.

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* These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This information is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. We can’t guarantee the treatment result, as the symptoms of conditions are unpredictable and vary greatly from person to person. The treatment length and recovery time also varies for individual. Please visit our clinics website: GinSen where a specialists will discuss your care and provide a consultation, and the treatment will be designed to meet your individual needs.

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