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Many people are discovering that acupuncture is a viable choice for naturally enhancing fertility. This is true even when you are pursuing a more aggressive western medical approach. Studies have shown that acupuncture before and after embryo transfer results in much higher pregnancy rates and low miscarriage rates.


Since acupuncture exerts influence on the endocrine and reproductive systems, a wide variety of complaints can be treated successfully. These include PMS, endometriosis and fibroids. Women often report that over a course of acupuncture treatment symptoms pertaining to their cycle such as cramping, bloating, headaches and melancholy decrease or disappear altogether.


The use of acupuncture is highly beneficial both to those interested in enhancing the effects of their Western treatment, be it IVF or IUI, and for those focused on enhancing their fertility naturally. Acupuncture has been shown to:


  • Regulate hormones
  • Increase blood flow to the uterus
  • Improve ovarian function
  • Prevent uterine contraction
  • Lessen side effects from drugs
  • Strengthen the immune system
  • Decrease the chances of miscarriage
  • Reduce physical and emotional stress


A reputable study found that acupuncture administered before and after IVF treatments doubled the rate of success compared with a control group. Read this study.

And also, Read this other study.


There are many aspects of a person’s life that contribute to fertility. Therefore, in addition to acupuncture, supplements, herbal medicine, diet, exercise and a less stressful lifestyle may be examined and modified in order to maximize results.


With up to forty per cent of all infertility cases in couples being due to the male, the benefits of acupuncture are not limited to female fertility alone.  In addition to improving overall sexual function, a recent study has confirmed that acupuncture increases sperm motility and quantity.  Read this study.

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