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ReLife’s Solutions for Infertility: TCM and Stem Cell Therapy

Infertility is a complicated disease; either or both partners may have several contributing factors. Traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) and advanced stem cell therapy are two effective options to address both female and male infertility.

Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM)


As China’s proud and essence, traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) has been practiced in China for 2000 to 3000 years, and has formed its unique system to diagnose and treat both male and female infertility. TCM methods include acupuncture, herbal medicine, moxibustion, cupping, Tui Na, etc.

 Due to the effectiveness of TCM methods, Chinese has the lowest infertility rate in the world, less than 3%, while infertility rates in some countries are very high, some even up to 15%-17%.What could make this kind of difference? For one, Chinese medicine works on patient’s state of health holistically, improving the body’s immune system and adjusting body functions back to normal. For the other, a personalized treatment plan is always established for individual patients. According to different causes and symptoms, TCM doctors select different herbal medicine and different acupuncture points to address problems.

Why use stem cell therapy for infertility treatment?


At ReLife International Medical Center, besides the application of traditional Chinese medicine in treating many kinds of infertility, stem cell therapy, this advanced technology, is also administered to address some complicated cases.

 Mesenchymal stem cell (MSC) therapy, either autologous or allogenic, is proved to be effective to address infertility. MSC has the characteristics of multi-directional differentiation potential, especially can differentiate into the damaged cells. By producing a variety of factors and enzymes to promote cell regeneration, the MSCs being injected into blood can locate into the impaired parts and repair the damaged cells and gradually restore the original reproductive function. At ReLife, allogenic mesenchymal stem cells are derived from umbilical cord tissue, while autologous mesenchymal stem cells are derived from patient’s own body tissue.

However, stem cell therapy applied alone is not that ideal as expected in treating infertility. When combined with TCM methods, the treatment effects of this combination are found to be much better than that of stem cell therapy alone. And compared with TCM treatment, this combination could shorten patient’s recovery period. This combination is designed by ReLife’s TCM doctors collaborating with western medicine doctors. Comprehensive TCM methods, such as herbal medicine, acupuncture, Tui Na, etc. acting as supportive treatment, restore body’s Yin and Yang balance and thus prepare a better inner environment for the coming stem cells to survive and differentiate in the body. After the stem cell transplantation, we continually use TCM methods to create a synergy with stem cell therapy. In this way, the survival rate of stem cells injected into the body is improved substantially.

Regain your life


ReLife International Medical Center is located in Beijing, China. One of ReLife’s values is to help patients “regain their lives”. Having a baby could be a dream for many couples. Our medical team, made of highly-skilled TCM doctors and excellent western medicine doctors, is dedicated to help patients overcome this challenge and realize their dream.


Stem Cell Therapy – POF

Bone marrow transplantation restores follicular maturation in a mouse model for primary ovarian failure.

Stem Cell Therapy – Male Infertility

Stem Cell Therapy – Female Infertility

Due to the effectiveness of TCM methods, Chinese has the lowest infertility rate in the world, less than 3%, while infertility rates in some countries are very high, some even up to 15%-17%.

Stem cell therapy – PCOS


Please note that although we have supplied links to the research journals above on the use of stem cells for infertility, we are not saying that any of these studies would relate to your particular condition, nor that it would even be an effective treatment. These articles are for educational purposes only and are not intended to be used to promote our therapy.