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Chakra’s energy deficiency as the main cause of infertility in women

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Statement of the Problem:Female infertility is defined as the inability to conceive or carry a pregnancy to term after 12 months of unprotected intercourse or six months if the woman is over 35 years old.

The purpose of this studyis to demonstrate that infertility problems may be associated with Chakras energy deficiency and deficiency of the massive organs in the Five Elements Theory, especially the Kidney, which is the energy responsible for the reproduction.

Methodology:Three case reports of three couples, of women with infertility, with all laboratory tests appearing normal and low sperm count in all the men. In the first case report, they had already been trying IVF treatment with no success. From the energy point of view, in the three cases, all their chakras were depleted. All patients were treated with acupuncture, Chinese dietary counseling, and treatment of the chakras’ energy with homeopathy and crystal-based medications.

Findings:The three patients were able to achieve pregnancy after the treatment with acupuncture, Chinese dietary nutrition, and replenishment of the chakras’ energy through homeopathy and crystal-based medication. Only the first patient made use of IVF.

Conclusion:Normal laboratory fertility exams do not mean the absence of disease. It is important to study in the energy level, which is invisible to the naked eye. The corrections of the chakra’s energy and the Yin, Yang, Qi, and Blood energies, lead to a more successful treatment. The corrections of the energy imbalances improve the blood production, responsible for the fetus's nutrition, and tones the chakras, mainly the second, represented by the Kidney’s energy, leading to an improvement of the conception. Even though infertility may be attributed exclusively to women, the energy of both sides of the couple has to be adequate for achieving pregnancy.


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