Acupuncture is frequently combined with herbal medicine and has been used for centuries to treat some causes of infertility.
When should you begin your acupuncture treatment?
Acupuncture is similar to physical therapy in a way that it is a process-oriented method of medical intervention. Patients are usually treated for three to four months prior to insemination. This pacing of treatment seems to have a therapeutic effects.
Acupuncture aids IVF:
The reason for which acupuncture is so beneficial during IVF is not fully understood. It has been seen that ultrasounds improve uterine blood flow, which in turn creates more hospitable conditions for implantation. Scientists and doctors have agreed that acupuncture can calm patients down. This is necessary for the overall wellness of patients as they often remain stressed due to the fertility treatment procedures.
If you are hoping to achieve the maximum effect, doctors might have to use acupuncture the same day as your embryo transfer.
Who can seek this treatment?
Acupuncture is used to treat any type of fertility disorder including spasmed tubes. Spasmed tubes are often de-spasmed with acupuncture, though blocked tubes do not respond to acupuncture. Herbals medicines alongwith acupuncture is used to treat elevated follicle stimulating hormone, repeated pregnancy loss, unexplained infertility, luteal phase defect, hyperprolactinemia, polycystic ovarian syndrome with annovulatory cycles. While male infertility factor causes like sperm-DNA-fragmentation can also be alleviated with the help of acupuncture.
What are the risks of using acupuncture with infertility?
Minimal risks are seen while using acupuncture for fertility treatment. If the treatment is done incorrectly, miscarriage may occur. This is the only reason for patient’s to look for certified acupuncturists if the are willing to opt for the treatment.
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