Acupuncture & Chinese herbs can play a role in the fertility of both the male and female. If you are considering starting a family, or are having difficulties conceiving, then treatment at House of Fertility & Healing can help. Combined with Chinese herbs, fertility acupuncture can help to prepare your body for natural conception. We may also incorporate dietary advice and lifestyle adjustments into your natural pre-conception care strategy.
Fertility Acupuncture Is Good For Men Too
We also help men improve their fertility. It is very important that both of you are healthy when trying to conceive. After all, each partner gives half of the DNA to create an embryo. However, often treatment for your partner is overlooked, however, it does take the two of you to conceive. If you have been trying to fall pregnant for a while without success, we suggest that your partner have their sperm analysed so that we can offer effective advice and treatment.
Women and men who are good candidates for fertility acupuncture are those who have a functional, rather than a structural reason for infertility. For example, structural infertility would be damaged fallopian tubes or a blockage in the sperm ducts. However, if your infertility is functional, for example like irregular ovulation, then you should consider trying acupuncture & Chinese herbs.
How Does Acupuncture Help With Fertility?
Acupuncture works to regulate the body’s system and aids in blood flow to the reproductive organs. In men, it can be performed to assist with optimal sperm production and function and in women, it can help to adjust the endocrine function in order to stimulate ovulation as well as balance your hormones. The herbs come in at deeper level, feeding the organs, moving blood & building the fluids. Acupuncture and Chinese herbs work together synergistically like hand in glove.
Our treatment is holistic & powerful. The amount of treatment needed really depends on your individual situation, however, treatment is most successful when started earlier and timed around important events such as ovulation. As a guide it can take anywhere from a few months to a few years in more serious cases.