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Female Infertility
  • Treating Fallopian Tube Occlusion with Manual Physical Therapy.
  • Changes in serum cortisol and prolactin associated with acupuncture during controlled ovarian hyperstimulation in women undergoing in vitro fertilization–embryo transfer treatment.
  • Clinical studies on the mechanism for acupuncture stimulation of ovulation.
  • Auricular acupuncture in the treatment of female infertility.
  • Treatment of functional hypothalamic amenorrhea with hypnotherapy.

How to Prepare Your Mind & Body to Significantly Enhance your Fertility

Role of acupuncture in the treatment of female infertility

Acupuncture Treatment For Infertile Women Undergoing Intracytoplasmic Sperm injection

Substitution of Acupuncture for HCG in Ovulation Induction

Effects of Electro-Acupuncture on Nerve Growth Factor and Ovarian Morphology in Rats with Experimentally Induced Polycystic Ovaries

Reduction of blood flow impedance in the uterine arteries of infertile women with electro acupuncture

Vitamin D and IVF

Male Infertility
  • Influence of acupuncture on idiopathic male infertility in assisted reproductive technology
  • Direct effects of Chinese herbal medicine hachuekkito on sperm movement
  • Effect of acupuncture on sperm parameters of males suffering from subfertility related to low sperm quality
  • A substance isolated from Cornus officinalis enhances the motility of human sperm
  • 87 cases of male infertility treated by bushen shengjing pill in clinical observation and evaluation on its curative effects
  • Effects of guizhi fuling wan on male infertility with varicocele
  • Effects of acupuncture and moxa treatment in patients with semen abnormalities
  • Oriental Medicine and Male Sexual Disorders
  • Lap tops and Male fertility
  • Acupuncture for Male Infertility
Environment & fertility

The Dirty Dozen” There is mounting scientific evidence to support the claim that environmental factors have an effect on fertility. From common household items to cancer treatments, there is a myriad of chemicals that both men and women may wish to avoid to help increase one’s ability to conceive a child from. (The American Fertility Association)

Mind/Body Psychology
  • The prevalence and predictability of depression in infertile women.
  • Distress and Conception in Infertile Women A Complementary Approach
  • Psychological improvement in infertile women after behavioral treatment A replication
  • Infertility the impact of stress the benefit of counseling
  • Psychological distress and infertility forty years of research
  • The psychological impact of infertility a comparison with patients with other medical conditions
  • Psychosocial experiences in women facing fertility problems
  • Subjective well being in infertile couples
  • Psychosocial distress and infertility men and women respond differently
  • Coping with male infertility Gender differences
  • Psychosocial treatment and demographic predictors of the stress associated with infertility
  • Behaviorally induced reproductive compromise in women and men