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Acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) present viable options for addressing infertility, either independently or in conjunction with Western medical approaches like IVF, IUI, and ICSI. Integrating Naturopathic Medicine alongside fertility acupuncture can further optimize outcomes by identifying optimal nutrition and supplements to enhance both male and female reproductive health. Research suggests that for women undergoing IVF, acupuncture administered before and after embryo transfer may enhance the likelihood of a successful and healthy pregnancy.

How Acupuncture Works for Fertility

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Whether you're embarking on your fertility journey or have been striving for a while, we are offering support in enhancing your prospects of conception and achieving a healthy pregnancy.

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Regulating Hormones

Acupuncture regulates hormone levels, including those involved in the menstrual cycle and ovulation, which can enhance fertility.


Reducing Stress

Stress can significantly impact fertility by interfering with hormone production and menstrual cycles. Acupuncture is known for its stress-reducing effects, which can indirectly support fertility.


Improved Blood Flow

Acupuncture can improve blood circulation to the reproductive organs, promoting a healthy environment for conception.


Enhancing Egg Quality

Acupuncture can improve ovarian function and egg quality, potentially increasing the chances of successful conception.


Balancing the body

Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), on which acupuncture is based, emphasizes the importance of balance within the body's energy systems. Acupuncture aims to restore this balance, which may positively influence fertility.


Addressing Specific Fertility Issues

Acupuncture can be tailored to target specific fertility issues, such as irregular menstrual cycles, endometriosis, polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS), or male factor infertility.


Supporting Assisted Reproductive Techniques (ART)

Acupuncture is often used as a complementary therapy alongside ART procedures such as in vitro fertilization (IVF) or intrauterine insemination (IUI). It may improve the success rates of these treatments by promoting relaxation and optimizing reproductive function.


Enhancing Male Fertility

Acupuncture is not just for women; it can also benefit male fertility by improving sperm quality and quantity.


Women who opted for additional acupuncture sessions had double the likelihood of achieving pregnancy compared to those who underwent IVF alone. Furthermore, they were 60% more likely to succeed than women who received only two acupuncture treatments on the day of embryo transfer. Acupuncture significantly contributed to improving their IVF outcomes, with the pivotal factor being the increased frequency of treatment sessions.


12 sessions - $1290

Before & After Transfer - $220

House Calls - From $450

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