Acupuncture increases the IVF success rate of getting pregnant as well as having a healthy child. It commonly takes multiple IVF cycles before achieving a healthy pregnancy during IVF treatments! Anything that can help make this process shorter not only saves thousands of dollars, but adds emotional support and stress relief.
I am always recommending and looking for new ways patients can decrease stress and anxiety levels. Fertility concerns and treatments are stressful for both partners, and a body undergoing stress is not functioning in a reproductively optimal state.
With so much build up to Transfer Day, it's no suprise that I get asked almost daily about what to do/not do on this day to improve chances of success.
Here are my top 5 IVF transfer day tips.
Endometriosis, affects 10% – 15% of women ages 24-40. The triad of symptoms include dysmenorrhea (pain during menses), dysparenunia (pain with intercourse), and infertility. Endometriosis refers to the growth of endometrial tissue in other areas of a woman’s body besides the uterus.
Magnesium is an absolute powerhouse when it comes to the minerals in your body. We often overlook it in our treatment plans for women trying to conceive, but it is an incredibly powerful solution for women looking to regulate their cycles, balance their hormones, fix digestive issues, resolve headaches, get pregnant, sleep better, and reduce stress and anxiety.