New Arrival: Chase Johnathan Bojtos
" Hi Dr Fang. I've been meaning to email you for a while however things have been pretty hectic over here. As you know we moved to New York at the beginning of February, but what you don't know is unfortunately I went into preterm labour and Chase was born at 33 weeks weighing 4lbs 10oz on February 26th. We are not sure what caused me to go into preterm labour and they were able to hold off Chase being born for 6 days which was good because it gave him some extra time in the womb and they were able to give me steroids to help mature his lungs. Chase was doing great when he was born, no need for oxygen however it took him a while to get the hang of sucking and he had to stay in the NICU for 16 days. We were able to bring him home on March 13th, but he is attached to an apnea monitor and has to take caffeine to stimulate his brain to make sure he doesn't forget to breath. We go to the apnea clinic on Friday to review the data from the machine in hopes we can get rid of the monitor although I think he'll need it for at least another month as the average is usually 90 days. I was in shock once everything happened, nothing I planned was possible although I was able to have a vaginal delivery which was good. I'm now healed and managing with his early arrival but it has been hard. Now that Chase's due date has passed I am feeling better, not so depressed about having the pregnancy cut short but I still do have my days. He is such a beautiful baby, I can't believe how much love I feel for him.
I have attached a few pictures and will keep you updated.
Thank you again for everything."
Katie Bojtos, Gerrards Cross, Buckinghamshire
Hi Dr Fang, please see below my short story.
(Deepti's angel has arrived)
" Me and my husband tried for at least 18 months for a baby with no joy. We even followed all the guidance published under the sun on how to get pregnant. This included expensive fertility monitors, vitamins etc. I then came across an article on the benefits of accupuncture and found out about Dr Fang. I booked an appointment and was told that with accupuncture and Chinese medicine it could take between 3 to 6 cycles to get pregnant. I had a stressful job and with accupuncture I felt it helped me become less anxious and helped me feel relaxed. I Also started charting my temperature and noticed overtime my chart was getting more regular with a combination of accupuncture and Chinese medicines. After 3 full cycles I found out I was pregnant and was overjoyed that it finally happened after so long. I am still taking accupuncture and have so far had a pretty normal pregnancy without morning sickness.
Thanks to Dr Fang. "
(Lizz's baby 12 weeks old)
Lizz had extrauterine pregnancy (left) before, now through acupuncture treatments in my clinic, her baby is 12 weeks old.