My vision is to help change the face of men's health.  Very little support is offered to men as far as diagnosis & treatment are concerned.  Andrological issues such as infertility, impotence, prostatitis/pelvic pain (CP / CPPS), & BPH are the focus of my practice.  Call Yinstill Reproductive Wellness @ 604.873.9355 to set upp a free 15 minute phone Q&A.  Please browse this site for articles, research, and other related information. Some recommended products for treatment are listed, as well as information on acupuncture, Chinese medicine, & environmental concerns.

Herbs Helping Men

OK men, I just want you to understand that there is hope out there for many of our ailments.  Even though western medical techniques offer little in the way of improving sperm, managing chronic prostate issues, and getting to the bottom of WHY your erections are not what they used to be,...herbal medicine is showing more and more that these alternatives are something worth trying.


Sugar Causes Impotence

Viagra (Sildenafil) stimulates erections primarily by enhancing signaling through the nitric oxide pathway in the penis.  This means that we need nitric oxide to obtain and sustain erections.  Guess what, Fructose, a simple form of sugar (that is in everything sweet, look at the label) is an inhibitor of nitric oxide.  So boyz, the sugar has got to go!

Clinical observation on electroacupuncture and Chinese drug for treatment of oligospermia and asthenospermia

 CONCLUSION: Both electroacupuncture and Chinese drug Wuzi Yanzong Pill can improve the semen quality, increase the pregnancy rate in the patient of male interfile with oligospermia and asthenospermia, and the effect of the combined treatment of acupuncture and Chinese drug is the best.

Antidepressant use may cause Male Infertility: Harvard Study

A recent presentation at the 64th annual meeting of the American Society for Reproductive Medicine in San Francisco expressed that there is a five-fold increase in the number of men who developed abnormal sperm DNA while being treated with paroxetine (Paxil).  This suggests SSRI antidepressant medications have an adverse effect on fertility.

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