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IVF & Acupuncture- Hope for the Hopeful

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Acupuncture and its effects on in-vitro fertilization (IVF) success are still being understood. The reason being, that former is a holistic approach and the later is scientific. Many couples and partner’s trying to conceive have successfully added a member or two to their family, thanks to this combination therapy.

What is Acupuncture?

Acupuncture is a chinese holistic approach treatment in which specific key areas in the body are stimulated by using very fine needles. The therapy is pain free as the needles being very thin don't hurt. Several research has going into studying the effect of this holistic treatment on the body. This therapy is said to cure insomnia, relieve neck, back and  other pains effectively. Many use

Therapy to the Womb

This needle therapy is said to increase blow flow to the uterus-the womb of nourishment thus creating an environment hospitable for implantation and growth.

Owing to from the serious details of IVF, anxiety in women is on a high. If not for other reason, researchers believe that this holistic approach can calm the nervous mind. A calm mind can overcome any storm. Relaxation is key to IVF and the age old chinese therapy is great technique to depend on.

The womb needs proper blood flow in order to nourish the implanted cell and without the blood flow, the transfer is bound to fail.

Scientific proof

Getting acupuncture on the same day as IVF is shown to be helping. A German research showed that in the acupuncture group, 42.5% of women conceived and in the normal IVF group 26.3% women became pregnant.

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Blessing often coming in disguises and therapies for conception are one among those. Don't fret or think you are unlucky if you need aid to conceive. This article by DocNMe is dedicated to those couples and partners who have held on to hope.

Source: How Acupuncture Can Improve IVF Success Rates

Research source: A NEW HOPE FOR IVF PATIENTS – ACUPUNCTURE


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