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Boost Your Chances of Conceiving

Boost Your Chances of Conceiving

Boost your chances of conceiving by combining Traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) with your fertility treatments!

Tel Aviv University researchers have discovered that TCM herbs and acupuncture in combination with intrauterine insemination (IUI) significantly increased fertility rates when therapies were administered side by side.Of the 29 women who participated, 65.5 percent of the women in the test group conceived and 41.4 percent delivered healthy babies. Those in the control group who were not administered TCM, only 39.4 conceived, and 26.9 percent delivered. The average age of the women receiving TCM therapies was 39.4, while those in the control group were on average 37.1 years old. Considering that healthy pregnancy rates decline with age, Chinese medicine deserves its due recognition.

What is really exciting about this study is that it represents the first trial that has demonstrated the efficacy of Chinese medicine as is usually practiced by TCM fertility experts. Several studies have shown the beneficial effects of acupuncture alone, but this study found very significant results when acupuncture was combined with a customized Chinese herbal formula. As demonstrated by previous research, Chinese herbs and acupuncture increases blood flow to the uterus, enhances the thickness of the uterine lining, regulates hormones, and improves ovarian function and sperm count. It is no wonder we have helped hundreds of couples improve their fertility, and have healthy babies.

We are always happy to offer a free consultation to anyone with questions about how Chinese medicine can help improve their chances of conceiving.

Author
Adam Learner, L Ac. Adam Learner, LAc, provides functional medicine and acupuncture for the residents of Portsmouth, New Hampshire, at Family Acupuncture & Wellness. In his practice, he uses a holistic approach to medicine and emphasizes addressing causes, not symptoms.

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