There are cases in which the patients’ examination reports turn out to be normal and yet their symptoms reveal hyperthyroid or hypothyroid which is responsible for their infertility or miscarriage.
There may be other causes. For instance, some patients complain of frequent bowel movement. When this particular medical condition is properly treated, the patients are found to be with child. How come? Frequent bowel movement causes loss of nutrition to the patients, and thus affects the quality of the ovum. The lining of their uterus gets very thin. Such patients have coldness and low energy. No detectable disease can be diagnosed by western medicine. Obviously the patients’ primary metabolism is low. Even if the fertilized egg is implanted in the uterus and has started to grow, the frequent bowel movement and cramping of the large intestine disrupt the stability of the uterus, causing it to contract and bleed and making miscarriage inevitable. So pregnancy is also closely related to the human body’s primary metabolism.