Is Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS) Stopping You From Getting Pregnant?
With conventional medicine, your doctor’s gynecologist and obstetrician will say that they don’t really understand how PCOS is formed and how it can affect fertility.
From a Chinese medicine point of view, what’s actually happening is, that I’ll use the creek analogy or river analogy.
Your blood vessel is like a creek or a river, and your blood is the water flowing through that river. When there’s plenty of water (blood) flowing through the creek or river, the banks are nice and clean. If there are any boulders or rocks in the middle of the river, the water breaks it up and takes them downstream. So it’s the same thing, when there’s not enough blood getting through the blood vessel, it builds up this gunk around the outside. It’s just like a creek. When there’s not enough water, you’ll see algae around the outside.
The blood vessels will build up gunk, and then what will happen is you’ll start growing things like Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome. Of course, blood won’t be able to get in there if you’re growing things. To help the baby grow and the uterus be fertile.