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Brisbane Acupuncture & Chinese Medicine

Infertility with Acupuncture & Chinese Herbal Medicine

Fertility Management with Acupuncture & Chinese Herbal Medicine in Brisbane City

Treatment for Female Low Fertility & Infertility In Chinese Medicine & Acupuncture

Female infertility attributed to:

  * Poor Egg Quality 

  * No Egg

  * No Ovulation or Delay / Early in Ovulation

  * Low in Follicles

  * Obstruction of Oviduct

  * Low Female Hormones

  * Irregular Period

Can acupuncture increase the chances of becoming pregnant?

Yes, acupuncture has been clinically proven as an effective, safe and drug-free treatment to improve one’s fertility and chances of pregnancy.

How does acupuncture + Chinese herbal medicine work?

A combination of acupuncture and Chinese herbal medicine can produce major therapeutic effect on fertility. These approaches help to regulate ovulation, female hormone levels as well as create a fertile environment. Acupuncture is also very successful in aiding embryo attachment for a successful pregnancy.

Chinese herbal medicine can help to regulate ovaries, aid in egg maturation, improve egg quality, and promote circulation in the oviduct, thus preventing obstruction of oviducts.

When should I see an acupuncturist?

For best results, acupuncture should be performed weekly due to the monthly menstruation cycle that comprises 4 different and important phases. These recurrent phases include menstruation, the growth of follicles, ovulation and the production of progesterone.

How many treatments are required?

In Chinese medicine, menstruation cycle is the manifestation of the hormonal status of the body. Indeed, people who suffer from fertility issues always suffer from irregular menstruation or problems associated with periods; therefore, the treatment plan for the first 1 to 3 months is to regulate periods (body hormones).

Q: If we are under IVF or IUI process, can we combine the acupuncture & Chinese herbal medicine to help with IVF or IUI?

A: Yes. Acupuncture & Chinese herbal medicine will help IVF or IUI process.

More detail please refers: IVF assist by Acupuncture

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Summary of the benefits of acupuncture and Chinese herbs in terms of fertility

For women

  • Improvement in the function of ovaries to produce higher quality eggs
  • Regulation of the hormones to produce a larger number of follicles
  • Increase in the blood flow to the uterus and thickness of uterine lining
  • Improvement in organ function and reduction of stress
  • Assistance in the transfer of the conceived egg and free flow through the oviduct 
  • Aid in embryo attachment and development 

For men

  • Improvement in sperm count, motility and morphology
  • Decrease in sperm DNA fragmentation
  • Improvement in lower back strength (kidney function) 

These factors combine to decrease the chances of miscarriage and increase the chances of conception and birth of a healthy baby. 

What is ovulation?

Ovulation is the release of a single, mature egg from the ovarian follicle. The human ovary produces a multitude of ova during the course of a month, the largest of which is expelled into the pelvic cavity and swept into the Fallopian tube. Ovulation does not follow a regular pattern between the ovaries during each cycle, and the ovary that releases the egg is fairly arbitrary. Once released, the egg is capable of being fertilized for 12 to 24 h before it begins to disintegrate. If the released ovum or egg is fertilized and successfully gets implanted, it results in pregnancy.

How does acupuncture and Chinese medicine help in ovulation?
Acupuncture before or around ovulation will help in the process of ovulation, i.e. the enlargement of follicles and release of matured egg. Acupuncture after ovulation will help in the transport and implantation of the fertilized egg. However, for some patients without ovulation due to hormonal issues, Chinese herbal medicine could be prescribed to improve the female hormone levels. 


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