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Unexplained infertility & Stress

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I was in a small percentage of women – women who could not be diagnosed with a valid reason why they couldn’t conceive and maintain a pregnancy.  I’ve read that only happens to 3 to 4 percent of women. And according to my doctors, I was a healthy, young, non-smoker, as was my husband. 

We both did tons of tests for all sorts of immune disorders to rule out any potential problems. It puzzled our doctors as well as us. It made the entire situation even more frustrating to know that there was no conclusive evidence as to why I couldn’t maintain a pregnancy. 

I tried nearly every treatment under the sun. That included acupuncture in Korea, which involved bleeding “bad blood” out of one’s system, to the latest high-tech treatments from renowned specialists. Ultimately, it was Dr. Lee’s fertility treatments that helped me.

I highly recommend Dr. Lee to any woman who is seeking alternative therapies to help get pregnant and maintain a pregnancy. Dr Lee was right. She had always said that my incredibly stressful job was hurting my body – that my hormones were imbalanced and my stress levels too high.  My body was running on empty so how could I maintain a healthy pregnancy?


Dr. Lee’s herbal and acupuncture treatments, combined with lowering my stress level, helped me tremendously during my attempts to conceive. The herbs helped address my various imbalance issues as well as my stress.  The two treatments combined really helped create the baseline for a healthy body so that I was able ultimately conceive and carry my baby to full term.

I would be happy to speak with anyone regarding my fertility challenges and my high regards for Dr. Lee.

– Jin Won 

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