Conditions which are proven to be a factor when struggling to conceive include PCOS, fallopian tube and uterine anomalies such as fibroids and endometriosis, being overweight, excessive exercise, stress/anxiety and poor nutrition.
We know how stressful trying to conceive is for so many women. Complementary therapies are clinically proven to help with the process and it starts with understanding the cause.
How Can Acupuncture Help with fertility?
In 2018 a landmark paper was published by the NCBI concluding that Acupuncture can be considered as successful treatment in restoring fertility in the patients, by improving the sperm quality and ovaries function and balancing the endocrine system and hormones. Read More
Acupuncture removes toxins and dissolves blood stagnations in the liver, lowers stress and stimulates the whole body to function better.
How Can Herbal Medicine Help Fertility?
Herbal medicine is a powerful and effective treatment. Herbalists are required to be qualified to degree level in order to safely prescribe Herbal Medicine. In a study in 2017 a 43 year old woman who was advised to discontinue with IVF was prescribed herbal remedies which improved age-related ovarian insufficiency and controlled the growth of fibroids. The result was a healthy baby from natural conception.
How can Nutrition help with fertility?
Making dietary changes and improving nutrient stores may help to correct factors that may be affecting your ability to conceive, such as a low sperm count in men or hormonal imbalances during the menstrual cycle in women. Studies of men have found that semen quality improves with the right nutrients.
Consider a tailored plan for you and your partner to have the best chance of conceiving naturally.
How can Mindfulness help with fertility?
Mindfulness is the idea of learning how to be fully present and engaged in the moment, aware of your thoughts and feelings without distraction or judgment. Studies have shown that mindfulness programmes promote significantly higher rates of pregnancy than a control group. Being fully aware of the present moment without the lens of judgment, seems to help women relate to their infertility and IVF treatment in new ways.