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Timonium, MD 21093
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If you’re looking to start your family soon, consider acupuncture. Over 3,000 years old, acupuncture has been helping couples conceive for centuries. Acupuncture regulates the neuroendocrine systems, balancing fertility hormones naturally without a lot of outside medical intervention. Most couples benefit from the “PRE-Trimester” (3 months prior to conception).
It turns out, the sperm and the egg are both affected
What are some common causes of unexplained infertility?
Common causes include: ovulation problems, poor egg quality, sexual intercouse that does not sync up with ovulation, uterine or fallopian tube problems, or poor sperm quality.
Lower chances conceiving?
The longer the infertility continues, the chances of conceiving naturally reduce. Within 5 years of actively trying without a successful
Did you know… We have a Fertility Program at Cloud 9 Acupuncture?
We begin with a Couples Consultation to review a thorough medical history for both partners, including any work ups already done by our local fertility centers, Shady Grove Fertility Center or Johns Hopkins Fertility Center – both of which refer new patients to our practice because we specialize
Acupuncture has been used for over 3,000 years for many ailments, including the treatment of infertility.
It works by improving egg quality, sperm quality, and the uterine lining, as well as supporting hormone balance to increase the success rate of the pregnancy going full-term up to 90%. Research shows it takes at least 3 months to improve egg and sperm
With over 10 years of clinical success helping couples have the baby of their dreams, we know what it takes to get pregnant and stay pregnant.
As we tell our patients, “it takes two to tango!” which is why we treat both partners to improve the egg quality and the sperm quality. Often couples have had preliminary screenings by