INFERTILITY HELPED WITH ACUPUNCTURE
SPECIALIST GYNAECOLOGIST USES ACUPUNCTURE
Acupuncture used to help couples achieve pregnancy. Couples often face a dilemma - to choose IVF and the allied physical, emotional and financial concerns or to pursue other therapies like Acupuncture.
Dr Marcin Stankiewicz, a highly qualified gynaecologist and fertility expert, is helping couples to achieve pregnancies by combining established medical treatments with complementary therapies such as acupuncture.
Dr Stankiewicz points to scientific evidence showing that a holistic approach to fertility can be successful. He said we first assess all the issues that may affect to see whether a woman can fall pregnant naturally. IVF is not always the first option,” he said.
Acupuncture helps in labour and birthing a new research report shows. Experts from universities including Liverpool, Warwick and Manchester, said: During pregnancy, women should be told about the benefits and potential adverse effects on themselves and their babies of the different methods of pain control." "Overall, women should feel free to choose whatever pain management, including Acupuncture, they feel would help them most during labour. Acupuncture was described as an intervention that "may work" in pain relief with fewer adverse effects than pain killers. Acupuncture decreased the use of forceps and ventouse in delivery, with acupuncture also decreasing the number of caesarean sections
.ACUPUNCTURE HELPS WOMENS SURGICAL PAIN. Acupuncture helps to improve recovery times and improves pain control following gynecologic and abdominal surgeries according to a new study published in the journal Obstetrics & Gynecology, and in a study published in Pain, the Journal of the International Association for the Study of Pain. Researchers also note that acupuncture reduced opioid side-effects including nausea, dizziness, sedation, pruritus and urinary retention.
ACUPUNCTURE PRODUCES FERTILITY
Reuters Health reported 27 Sept that the journal Fertility and Sterility published an article about a new clinical trial showing that women who have an electro-acupuncture session as part of their infertility treatment have a better chance of having a baby.
NURSE USES ACUPUNCTURE TO GET PREGNANT
A pediatric nurse at BC Children’s Hospital, Melani Waterman, 40, has used Acupuncture in a bid to become pregnant. After 2 and a half years of trying, Waterman believes it wouldn’t have been possible without acupuncture. The result after acupuncture and other treatments is twins Lukas and Charlotte. Melani said she was initially uncomfortable about acupuncture, but the procedure wasn’t as difficult as she had thought. “I left the Acupuncture clinic so relaxed” she said. There were infertility problems, the result of age, stress and low sperm count, that were assisted by acupuncture.
ACUPUNCTURE BOOSTS PREGNANCY SUCCESS RATES. Two studies, one in Acupuncture in Medicine and the other in the Journal of Endocrinological Investigation, found a benefit when acupuncture was used on the day an embryo was transferred into a woman's uterus. The study from the Journal of Endocrinological Investigation also found that women with polycystic ovary syndrome and men who had infertility issues with no known cause also received benefit from acupuncture. Dr. Jamie Grifo, director of the New York University Fertility Center and director of the division of reproductive endocrinology at the NYU Langone Medical Center in New York City, said that "acupuncture does help patients have better success."