Natural Infertility Treatment
At Amadeus Natural Health, we use a holistic approach to infertility treatment, determining causes and treatments in an organic natural path. Natural infertility treatment, also referred to as fertility treatment, utilizes several modalities to strengthen and enhance the body’s natural processes.
How Acupuncture Can Help Treat Infertility Naturally
Conception means the union of the sperm and the ovum. It depends on the couple’s overall health. Stress, depression, endocrine hormone, the uterus condition and the body’s primary metabolism may all impact conception. For instance, if the female’s blood is deficient, the egg may not be healthy enough to be fertilized, much less to develop into a viable embryo. If the uterus has thin lining, fibroids, cysts or low temperature, etc. then embryo is unable to be implanted. Therefore, stress, anxiety, negative emotions, malfunctioning metabolism, thyrosis or disorder of endocrine function, etc. can be the result of an imbalance in the body, which can lead to infertility or miscarriage. Pregnancy cannot be achieved unless the whole body is functioning normally and Acupuncture can address all of these issues. At The Amadeus Center, we use a holistic approach to infertility, determining causes and treatments in an organic natural path.
Infertility is a condition of the reproductive system that impairs the conception of children. It affects approximately 6.1 million individuals throughout the United States. The diagnosis of infertility is usually given to couples who have been attempting to conceive for at least one year without success. Conception and pregnancy are complicated processes that depend upon many factors: 1) the production of healthy sperm by the man, 2) healthy eggs produced by the woman; 3) unblocked fallopian tubes that allow the sperm to reach the egg; 4) the sperm’s ability to fertilize the egg when they meet; 5) the ability of the fertilized egg (embryo) to become implanted in the woman’s uterus; and 6) sufficient embryo quality. Finally, for the pregnancy to continue to full term, the embryo must be healthy and the woman’s hormonal environment adequate for its development. When just one of these factors is impaired, infertility can result.