Try A New Approach - Acupuncture and Infertility

| June 16, 2010 | 0 Comments | 248 views

Acupuncture has long been in existence as did the Chinese civilization. By the use of fine sterile needles pierced to vital pressure points of the body, it eases pain, soreness and offers remedies to ailments. The technique is commonly applied to specific areas of the central nervous system to control blood pressure. Upon administration of the needles, it enables the body to release endorphins to relieve pain and induce a state of euphoria with the help of neurotransmitters and neurohormones supplementing in the process of healing in the body.

Hormonal imbalances resulting to infertility could be treated with the combination of medical procedures and Acupuncture as well. It is characteristic of Acupuncture to accurately adjust blood pressure. It could effectively lead and redirect the much needed blood to the vital organs and hormone levels. Acupuncture enhances the functions of the ovaries and the follicles, assisting by adding blood flow to the endometrium as it hardens the outer lining of the ovaries. In the In Vitro Fertilization process, success in pregnancy had significantly increased with the application of Acupuncture. A rise of numerous fertility specialists and medical centers recommend it as an essential component in the IVF procedure. A distinctive role played by Acupuncture in embryo transfer showed positive results in pregnancy. Fertility problems like blockade in the fallopian tubes could not be resolved by Acupuncture but contortion and spasm in the tubes could be remedied and restored to normalcy. The use of herbal medicines is common in Acupuncture, when dealing with miscarriages, idiopathic infertility, luteal phase defect by hyperprolactonemia when not caused by prolactinoma, elevated Follicle Stimulating Hormones (FSH), Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS) and the male factor known as the Sperm DNA Fragmentation.

Acupuncture helps the body and induces self-healing within a period of time. The element of time is the most imperative factor for our bodies to heal or work. It takes 3 to 4 months of medical attention before a woman could undergo the IVF process of insemination or the donor egg transfer. Acupuncture is recommended in pre and post embryo transfer procedure. In this length of time, a regular Acupuncture applied prior to fertility treatment offers positive therapeutic benefits. To undergo fertility procedure is critical and strenuous for the concerned couple especially to the woman. Anxiety, depression and stress are directly addressed and reduced if not eradicated by Acupuncture. It is expected for couples enduring infertility problems will try to find some other options. Acupuncture offers the alternative choice.

The use of Acupuncture in infertility treatment includes high risks. Malpractices in use of Acupuncture to a pregnant woman may consequently lead to miscarriage. The selection and deployment of an experienced Acupuncturist specializing in fertility disorders is of great concern and highly delicate to any medical team of experts conducting IVF procedure. Another alternative is the use of electro-acupuncture instead of the usual anesthetics. Acupuncture may result to shorten hospitalization and lower medical cost.

Medical research and study concludes that a combination of conventional medicine and Acupuncture, herbal and traditional medicines, when used effectively in the treatment of fertility disorders yields successful results. Acupuncture and herbal medicine administered to fertility problems, on its own offered no promising success.

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