fertility

 

A Natural and Integrated Approach to Infertility

at our office in Louisville, CO (servicing the Boulder and Denver Metro Areas) or on-line via phone/video consultations

 

Infertility is a very common challenge in our modern world. According to the Centers for Disease Control, 7.3 million women received infertility services between 2011 and 2014.(1) Infertility often responds well to Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) and acupuncture, when other treatment methods have failed. In fact, acupuncture has been clinically proven to enhance the chances of fertilization and live births by increasing blood flow to the uterus, stimulating ovulation and enhancing sperm quality and motility.(2)(3) Eastern medicine also helps address underlying stress and menstrual cycle regulation, which often accompany infertility.

Both TCM and Ayurveda place a great emphasis on ones health months before conception is desired for optimal results. Both Eastern traditions offer guidance on improving ones overall well-being and specifically on enhancing fertility through diet, herbal medicine, lifestyle changes and acupuncture. It is akin to tending the soil before the seed is planted.

Individualized approaches to infertility help many couples and individuals with their unique challenges to successfully conceive. After your first visit you will leave with a detailed treatment plan and schedule of appointments. Whether you are using Assisted Reproductive Technology (ART), your own methods or a combined and integrated approach Margo offers natural, holistic guidance and support to help you through every step of this journey.

Traditional Chinese Medicine is wonderful to:

  • Increase blood flow to the uterus
  • Stimulate ovulation
  • Regulate the menstrual cycle
  • Improve sperm quality and motility
  • Decrease chances of miscarriage
  • Decrease side effects of pharmaceutical drugs
  • Reduce stress and anxiety
  • Improve success rates for IVF patients

 

 

 

 

1https://www.cdc.gov/nchs/fastats/infertility.htm

2 https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/8671446

3 https://aim.bmj.com/content/acupmed/24/4/157.full.pdf