Can IVF Acupuncture Increase Your Chances of Conception?

Acupuncture can help support and boost both female and male reproductive health.  IVF acupuncture has also been known to help a number of conditions such as dysmenorrhea, endometriosis, pelvic inflammation, polycystic ovary syndrome and pelvic inflammation.  This fertility acupuncture therapy has also been known to help relieve the stresses involved in trying to conceive.

In recent years, acupuncture has been gaining acceptance as a complementary therapy to other fertility treatments.  Here, we’re going to be taking a look at the benefits of using IVF acupuncture.

Why Use IVF Acupuncture?

One of the main ways acupuncture can increase fertility is by reducing stress and increasing the blood flow to your reproductive organs.  Reducing stress is often a key factor in the fertility of both women and men.  When your body is under stress, you will release cortizol.  This hormone can change the chemical balance in your body, thus impacting and disrupting the reproductive cycle.  Among a number of other benefits, IVF acupuncture can help provide better blood flow to your uterus and ovaries.  This helps to create a stronger chance that you can conceive and carry an egg to term.

Acupuncture infertility treatment can also help to stimulate the body’s energy, keeping your body’s energy unblocked.  This is thought to help increase a couple’s chances of conceiving. IVF Acupuncture can help to improve almost every obstacle to successfully conceiving.

What are the Side Effects to Using IVF Acupuncture?

One of the benefits to using IVF acupuncture is that they usually produce no side effects while performing the same function as many drugs.  Acupuncture can help to naturally stimulate the hypothalamus.  This will effectively balance out your reproductive cycle.  This natural, alternative treatment may just be worth a try.

If you would like more information on the different fertility acupuncture treatments on offer at the Birkenshaw Midwifery Clinic, don’t hesitate to get in touch!

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