Infertility can be a very scary and isolating place. The staff at Jane Cheung, R.TCMP and Associates can support your journey and provide a safe and effective therapies of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) that can address your holistic needs. By focusing on your reproductive health and well-being as our top priority, we can improve the outcome of a healthy fertility as well as maintain a healthy pregnancy.
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Below are evidence-based examples of what TCM can demonstrate in improving efficacy in fertility support.
Acupuncture Research Resources:
Acupuncture May Improve Sperm Quality
Acupuncture seems to be a useful tool for improving pregnancy rate after ART. (Paulus W et al, Fertility and Sterility April 2002 Vol 77, pp. 721-724
Acupuncture can increase blood flow to the uterus (Stener-Victorin E, et al Human Reproduction Oxford Journal 1996; Vol. 11, No. 6, pp.1314-1317
Acupuncture IVF Fertility Treatment Success Research
Acupuncture for PCOS Infertility Produces Superior Outcomes
Moy I, Milad M, Kazer R, Confino E, Barnes R, Zhang, J. (2008). RCT: Effects of acupuncture on pregnancy rates in women undergoing assisted reproductive technologies. Fertility & Sterility. 90: S106
MacPherson H, Thomas K, Walters S, Fitter M. (2001). The York acupuncture safety study: Prospective survey of 34,000 treatments by traditional acupuncturists. British Medical Journal. 323:486-487.
Paulus WE, Zhang M, Strehler E, El-Danasouri I, Sterzik K. (2002). Influence of acupuncture on the pregnancy rate in patients who undergo assisted reproductive therapy. Fertility & Sterility. 77(4): 721-724.
Ried K., & Stuart K. (2011). Efficacy of Traditional Chinese herbal medicine in the management of female infertility: A systematic review. Complementary Therapies in Medicine. 19(6). 319-331.
Zheng C, Guang Y, Zhang M, Wang W. (2012). Effects of acupuncture on pregnancy rates in women undergoing in vitro fertilization: A systematic review and meta-analysis. Fertility & Sterility. 97(3): 599-611.