Measuring the effectiveness of Chinese Herbal Medicine in improving female fertility

@inproceedings{Sedlmeier2006MeasuringTE,
  title={Measuring the effectiveness of Chinese Herbal Medicine in improving female fertility},
  author={Elke S. Sedlmeier},
  year={2006}
}
  • Elke S. Sedlmeier
  • Published 2006
Introduction The research question this study seeks to answer is “Does administering Chinese herbal medicine (CHM) improve the physiological factors affecting human female fertility?” The hypothesis is that administering CHM improves the main physiological factors affecting human female fertility and therefore also the pregnancy rate. These factors are ovarian follicle number and size, uterine endometrium thickness, uterine artery haemodynamics, serum follicle stimulating hormone (FSH), serum… CONTINUE READING

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