Acupuncture is a proven method for improving fertility in both men and women. Whether you are trying on your own or planning an assisted reproductive therapy, acupuncture can increase your chances of conceiving and having a healthy pregnancy by reducing stress held in the body, creating better blood flow to the reproductive organs, and harmonizing all the systems of the body.
I have specialized in the treatment of infertility with Traditional Chinese Medicine for most of my career. I have been lucky enough to experience the joys of parenthood and want to help those couples that are struggling themselves to do so. Over the years I have received specialized training from world-renowned experts in this field. This combination of experience and training makes me one of the for most experts in the treatment of infertility with Traditional Chinese Medicine.
How can Traditional Chinese Medicine help?
In China they have been treating male and female infertility with acupuncture and herbs for hundreds of years. Infertility is met the same way as any other imbalance in the body. All of the areas of general health are carefully evaluated as well as any particular symptoms related to the reproductive system to determine the underlying cause of the infertility. I will also review the results of any blood work, saliva hormone analysis, semen analysis, HSG or laproscopic proceedures, and BBT charting you may have done. A treatment plan is then devised to meet each patients individual needs; whether you trying on your own or receiving some form of assisted reproductive therapy. The plan may consist of any combination of acupuncture, herbal medicine, nutritional supplements, dietary and lifestyle changes, and stress reduction techniques.
I have helped couples coming to me with poor egg quality or low ovarian reserve, high FSH, endometriosis, irregular or absent periods, poor response to infertility medications, leuteal phase defect, polycystic ovarian syndrome, recurrent miscarriage, unexplained infertility, low sperm count, poor sperm motility and mophology, and vericocele.