Are you looking for ways to increase your chances of falling pregnant? With treatments such as IVF and acupuncture, Melbourne men and women have many options when it comes to boosting fertility. With a sensitive approach to reproductive health issues, we have over 15 years of experience working in the field of women’s health, and would love to help you.
How can Integrative Medicine support my IVF experience?
The goal of integrative medicine, which combines conventional and alternative treatments like fertility acupuncture, is to harness the body’s power to heal itself.
There is now a compelling amount of evidence that demonstrates acupuncture and herbal medicine’s connection to improved fertility and live birth rates in women undergoing IVF treatment. Traditional Chinese Herbal Medicine is also recommended as a supplement to acupuncture in the treatment of infertility.
Through a carefully planned program of consultations and acupuncture, IVF in Melbourne can take on a holistic approach. This helps to restore balance to the body and reduce the side effects of the conventional medicine approach.
How does the traditional Chinese medicine approach to fertility treatment work?
Acupuncture can improve fertility and pregnancy rates by balancing the function of the endocrine system, which is responsible for the release of reproductive hormones in the body. This can be beneficial to the management of fertility issues as regulating hormone function:
Is traditional Chinese medicine effective in the reproductive system for men as well?
Absolutely. As with women’s health, by taking a more holistic approach with reproductive issues, traditional Chinese medicine is able to improve the function of the male reproductive system and is capable of enhancing a man’s sperm count, motility and morphology.
What are the other benefits?
Other benefits of using acupuncture alongside IVF include:
We also provide pre and post-natal treatments to assist you during pregnancy.
For more information on receiving acupuncture for fertility purposes and how it can complement IVF, or to make an appointment, call 0415 561 277.
You can also send an written enquiry via the contact page on our website.
We offer a specialised range of both pre and post-natal treatments that help you manage the physiological and emotional challenges of having a baby. Acupuncture during pregnancy has proven effective for our Melbourne patients as a treatment for common pains and illnesses. It is a natural way to improve the health of both mother and child and prevent complications.
Specialised pre-natal acupuncture programs
First Trimester – We will help you manage the symptoms of morning sickness with a combined program of acupuncture and herbal treatments that can help reduce vomiting and nausea.
Our carefully administered treatments effectively address symptoms of swelling and puffiness, and will also help bring relief to neck, back and pelvic pain.
During the third trimester of pregnancy, acupuncture has been demonstrated to assist with inducing labour and may be beneficial in managing the pain and fear often associated with giving birth. Combined with herbal teas and supplements, we offer a personalised combination of treatments specifically suited for the latter stages of pregnancy.
Ongoing Post Natal Help
After your baby is born, we also offer a range of services that help your body recover from the traumas of pregnancy and childbirth. Acupuncture, cupping and Moxibustion are all effective techniques to combat many of the ailments faced by new mothers, including: fatigue, postnatal depression, restlessness, bleeding, dizziness, and constipation. Dry needling is also very helpful for breastfeeding mothers. It’s excellent for treating mastitis, and it can help remove the stress and discomfort of irregular milk supply. It can also help to restart your menstrual cycle, which helps protect your future fertility.
* 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.