Kidney is one of the key organs that is in charge of fertility. Kidney Yin, Yang and Qi all orchestrate in harmony to regulate hormonal levels and metabolic activities in your body.Lifestyle Tips: 1. Kidney is related to the colour “black” according to the 5 Element theory. So, try adding black sesame, black fungus, black beans and black rice in your diet.2. Feeling cold all the time? Try wearing ankle-high sock and do foot baths daily to keep warm and invigorate Kidney yang energy.3. Feeling flushed? Yin nourishing herbs such as Shan Zhu Yu and Nu Zhen Zi can help to cool and extinguish internal heat.This quiz is a preliminary assessment.For comprehensive diagnosis, please consult our TCM Physicians.
Spleen is the master of digestion. It helps to transform food into Qi and Blood. It is also responsible for removing excess dampness and transport nutrient energy from the food eaten to all parts of your body.Lifestyle Tips: 1. Avoid cold and raw food as this will reduce your digestive fire which is essential in digestion.2. Eat slowly, taking time to chew your food thoroughly and stop when you 80% full.3. Herbs such as Li Zhong Tang or Xiang Sha Liu Jun Zi are commonly used support the Spleen function.This quiz is a preliminary assessment.For comprehensive diagnosis, please consult our TCM Physicians.
Liver Qi is mainly responsible for the regulation of the movement of Qi through the entire body and also flow of blood. Liver Qi stagnation happens when the Qi of the liver system is blocked and therefore unable to facilitate the Qi and blood movement of the rest of the body.Lifestyle Tips: 1. Find a way to manage your stress level. (For example: Deep breathing, meditation, journaling, ask for help)2. Liver is related to the colour “green” and the taste “sour” according to the 5 Element theory. So, try adding green leafy vegetables and sour food as plum, lemon and vinegar in your diet.3. There are many herbal formulas such as Xiao Yao San that can help to sooth your Liver Qi. Do ask your physician which ones are suitable for you.This quiz is a preliminary assessment.For comprehensive diagnosis, please consult our TCM Physicians.
Blood stagnation is when the blood is not flowing or circulating as optimally. As blood and Qi travel together, blood stagnation is often accompanied by sluggish Qi as well.Lifestyle Tips: 1. Acupuncture and moxibustion are great ways to alleviate pain by warming and moving the blood.2. If your pain is helped by heat, eat warming foods such as spices and avoid cold foods such as ice cream and raw salads. 3. Start moving! Moving your body regularly will keep your Qi and blood flowing. This quiz is a preliminary assessment.For comprehensive diagnosis, please consult our TCM Physicians.
If your body is a car, Qi and Blood is your fuel. Without fuel, you’ll be running low on energy. “Blood is the basis of women” – it is crucial to have sufficient blood so that the womb and egg follicles receive good blood, oxygen and nutrient supply to create a fertile environment for the baby.Lifestyle Tips: 1. It may help to do an anaemia profile blood test. This will show if you’re low on iron, ferritin or haemoglobin.2. Grass-fed red meat, chicken liver, beans, dark leafy vegetables, are excellent sources of iron.3. There are many herbal blood tonic formulas such as Wen Jing Tang or Si Wu Tang that can invigorate your Qi & Blood. But do take these herbs under the prescription of a TCM physician for best effects.This quiz is a preliminary assessment.For comprehensive diagnosis, please consult our TCM Physicians.
You're pretty healthy!Not all the symptoms have been covered in this quiz so there may be other conditions which may relate to fertility.If you and your partner have done all the lab test but still no wins, then maybe TCM can help.This quiz is a preliminary assessment.For comprehensive diagnosis, please consult our TCM Physicians.