Fertility

1) Brief History

Fertility Special Clinic was officially established on September 30th, 1986. Since establishment, we have been treating thousands of patients with reproductive problems, both locally and internationally. Our physicians in this special clinic are also well-equipped with knowledge in interpreting Western medical reports as well as incorporating the results in their traditional way of treatment and diagnosis.

2) Organisation Structure1 Lead Physician

1 Assistant Lead Physician

3 Resident Physicians

3) Panel of Physicians

LOH Kin Yee (Lead Physician. Master degree in Traditional Chinese Medicine)

LOH Kim Gek (Doctorate degree in Traditional Chinese Medicine)

LU Xiao Jian (Master degree in Traditional Chinese Medicine)

PANG Weng Hou Edmund (Double Degree B.Sc. (Hons) in Biomedical Sciences & B.Medicine (Chinese Medicine))

4) Scope of Treatment:

(i) Women with reproductive problems

– Luteal Phase Defect
– Endometriosis
– Fibroids
– Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS)
– Ovarian cysts
– Blocked fallopian tubes
– Ovulation problems
(ii) Men with reproductive problems
– Low sperm count (Oligospermia)
– Reduced sperm motility (Asthenozoospermia)
– Absence of sperm (Azoospermia)
– Abnormal sperm morphology (Teratozoospermia)
(iii) Pregnancy care
(iv) Postpartum care

5) Treatment Approach

(i) Pre-requisite for treatment

 

(a) Failure of married couples (living together with a normal sex life) to achieve a clinical pregnancy after 12 months or more of regular unprotected sexual intercourse. Inability to become pregnant or carry a pregnancy to a live birth (miscarry), without ever having had a live birth would be classified as primary infertility. Inability to become pregnant or carry a pregnancy to a live birth following a previous pregnancy to a live birth after 12 months would be classified as secondary infertility.
(b) Female patients are required to bring the following test reports(if any):

 

(c) Male patients must bring along their Seminal Analysis reports.

(ii) Treatment:
(a) Herbal treatment based on an overall analysis of the illness and the patient’s condition in conjunction with modern medical diagnosis.
(b) Periodical consultation based on the menstruation cycle. Two doses of herbal medicine will be prescribed during each consultation.

(c) If the male partner is found to have reproductive problems, treatment by Chinese Traditional Medicine will be carried out simultaneously.