I have always asked myself which is better between modern and ancient medicine. It is quite interesting that people survived before the existence of modern medicine as much as people survived before the existence of sliced bread and cars. Is modern medicine just to make things easier for us like cars or can we not go without it?
It is challenging to answer that question without expert knowledge acquired through medical school or years of medicinal practicing. However, what can be said is that still to this day and age, ancient healing does play its role and is being recognised. Take for example ivf acupuncture which has its roots deep in ancient medicinal practices of China as any other form of common fertility acupuncture in Melbourne. There are other people experience failure of western medicine and success of other traditional techniques. Couples, to this day, still come across a battle of a life, the battle of conceiving.
Medical specialists say that acupuncture and other stress releasing techniques can help women ovulate better, these include acupuncture, ivf acupuncture.
Normally, it is better to try out western medicines and then if all fails considering other techniques. By first trying to conceive or healing yourself using techniques outside of western techniques of medicine you might be risking your life or/and condition. Consider cancer, for example. Cancer is the trickiest disease to beat, especially if it is at its mature or late stages. So if it so happens that by the time it was still early and the doctors could have done something to cure it, you are still wondering the streets in search of other techniques, you might just have caused yourself to miss the best chance at curing the disease.
This may seem a simple decision to make, to many people, a logical and obvious one. However, it is understandable that it can be difficult to start at a hospital when your religious or traditional beliefs always taught you that western medicine is should not be your first route to follow to cure yourself. Naturally, as a human being, you would first start with what you know before consulting or trying other options. Consider how men always start with getting lost before asking for directions or how they first try to assemble something before consulting the manual. It is not wrong or unnatural to first try what you know before taking my word for it, especially when what we are talking about is something that could potentially be life threatening.
Whatever your reason always remember that there is no right or wrong, that these words are only relative. Ancient medicine might work better for you than western and the other way round, so don’t shoot anything before you find what works for you at any given point.