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By Andreas A. Bew, Sabine Wilms, Simon Becker

Fertility remedy : its social and cultural context / Andreas A. Noll -- Ethics / Andreas A. Noll -- Guanyin : goddess of fertility / Annette Jonas -- The want for sons : lady and family members in imperial China / Dagmar Hemm -- suggestion on profitable sexual activity from the clinical classics / Dagmar Hemm -- Fertility remedy and being pregnant : reproductive drugs and TCM in significant cooperation / Karin Kielwein

The formulation Shao fu zhu yu tang : decoction for infertility therapy / Simon Becker, Young-Ju Becker -- Menstrual problems / Yue Jing Bing -- Early menopause / Stefan Englert -- Infertility and sexual issues / Andreas A. Noll -- The remedy of male infertility with TCM / Hans-Joachim Stelting -- Endometriosis / Nei Ji, Barbara Kirschbaum -- PCO syndrome and fertility / Jacqueline Peineke -- Supplementary chinese language medicinal remedy in IVF/ET remedies / Yuning S. Wu ; translation, Jacqueline Peineke -- Inviting the 'heavenly spark' : Shen within the aid of in fertility remedy / Ruthild Schulze, Gudrun Kotte -- pressure and infertility / Andreas A. Noll -- helping the couple in winning and failed fertility therapy / Andreas A. Noll, Gudrun Kotte. Read more...

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Hemm D. Wege und Irrwege der Frauenbefreiung in China. Munich: Edition Global; 1996. 14. Kristeva J. Die Chinesin. Die Rolle der Frau in China. Frankfurt: Ullstein; 1982. 15. Kuhn A (editor). Die Chronik der Frauen. Dortmund: Chronik; 1992. 16. Leutner M. Geburt, Heirat und Tod in Peking. Berlin: Reimer; 1989. 17. Linck G. Frau und Familie in China. Munich: Beck; 1988. 18. Meyer C. Histoire de la Femme Chinoise, 4000 Ans de Pouvoir. Paris: Lattès; 1986. 19. Milanowski T. Die Magischen Körper-Geistübungen Chinas und deren Verbindung zum Schamanismus.

Not only the rise and fall of dynasties, but also the fate of the individual were controlled by the stars. Marital unions were considered with care: did the partners match and was the wedding day “auspicious”? Compromises in these areas could quite easily have negative effects on the descendants. Punishment by heaven because the rules of the cosmic order had been violated. ” Individual fault of the wife, either due to a morally corrupt lifestyle in the present or as delayed guilt from events like abortions or miscarriages in previous lives.

In the two decades of her reign, she consolidated the empire, for example by instituting an entrance examination system for prospective officials (destroying the influence of the ruling families and surviving as an essential part of imperial power until 1905), and led the empire into a time of cultural flourishing. In spite of these achievements, Empress Wu Zetian is today mostly mentioned negatively in the context of her extravagance and bigoted favoritism of the Buddhist religion. It is doubtful that a male ruler would have received this much criticism.

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