In-Vitro Fertilisation (IVF) has been helping women conceive since 1977. This pioneering science involves the fertilisation of an egg with a sperm outside of the body before it’s implanted into the woman’s uterus, where it is hopefully successfully brought to term. Success rates in Australia start at 37% per embryo transfer resulting in a live birth for patients under 30 years of age, but this drops to 8.8% for patients over 40 years old. If you’re looking to improve your chances of a successful conception, IVF acupuncture may be able to help. Melbourne acupuncture IVF support clinic Golden Health Acupuncture offers treatment and support for people looking to improve their fertility and increase the likelihood of their IVF treatment proving successful.
If you’re looking to increase the chances of your IVF treatment being successful, you should begin IVF acupuncture in Melbourne about a month prior to commencing the cycle of fertilisation and implantation, with once-weekly treatments for four to five weeks. Some practitioners may suggest undergoing weekly treatments for the three months leading up to the first IVF cycle for the best possible results. If you’re still practising birth control but decide you want to come off and fall pregnant, we’d suggest commencing IVF treatment about two or three weeks before your first IVF stimulation and continuing twice a week until IVF stimulation is at its strongest point.
Giving birth and starting a family can be one of the most rewarding experiences in a person’s life. If IVF acupuncture in Melbourne can help improve the chances of your ability to build and grow your family, then there’s no better time than now to book a consultation with an experienced qualified practitioner at Golden Health Acupuncture.
* Disclaimer: Results may vary from person to person. As with all procedures, Chinese Medicine is not without risks. Please consult with a health professional regarding any concerns you might have. The contents of this website are not a substitute for professional medical advice. The information presented is not intended to be used for diagnosing, treating, curing or preventing any conditions or diseases.