Acupuncture and Chinese medicine can be supportive treatments advised for Infertility & IVF concerns for both women and men. By undergoing acupuncture, the patient's body restores their natural reproductive systems which include hormone balance and the condition of their organs. This treatment is also aimed to improve by improving ovarian function and sperm quality by balancing the endocrine system. Each patient has a different level of treatment need which will be discussed with the practioner.
Acupuncture is now widely using for pain relief; some people even notice a difference in their condition after a single session of acupuncture. The treatment is not pain free. However, it is not as painful as ordinary injections or blood tests.
Shoulder pain / Frozen shoulder
Low back pain
Acupuncture improves fertility by regulating fertility hormones. Acupuncture also increases the number of good quality eggs, optimises the uterine environment and reduces stress and anxiety levels. Acupuncture improves male fertility by increasing sperm quantity and quality.
This is dependent on your body and health condition. During your consultation, Dr J GUO will be able to give you a better insight regarding the timeframe and which treatments are best to use.
Acupuncture and Chinese medicine may also possibly regulate testosterone levels which leads to supporting a healthy sperm quality.
|Treatment||Cost Per Session|
|Modern Acupunture & FSN Needling||£50 - £60|
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