Infertility or reproductive problems are often treatable. Most people aren’t aware that male infertility is as common as female infertility. Causes of infertility include certain diseases and aging. However, infertility treatment with infertility drugs and high-tech procedures gives many women the chance to have a baby.
According to the Journal of the American Medical Association, more than 106,000 Americans die per year due to the proper use of prescription medications, which emphasizes the value of natural, drug-free therapies. With regard to infertility, studies in the U.S. and abroad are showing promising results for the use of acupuncture and Oriental medicine in dealing with reproductive health matters. It's being shown to be safe, effective and non-invasive compared to standard medical approaches. Ask your doctor for more information.
One in six to ten couples experience problems with fertility.
Our infertility treatment is a highly effective method for people who are healthy, but unable to conceive. Acupuncture and herbal medicine are gentle and effective. Many women do not require fertility drugs or medically assisted reproductive techniques, yet they go through months of physical and emotional agony, not to mention the financial burden.
Symptoms of Infertility
- not become pregnant after 1 to 2 years of trying.
- "trying" means having unprotected intercourse an average of three times a week.
- "absence of periods" is called amenorrhea.
- secondary dysmenorrhea is pain caused by a disorder of the reproductive organs.
- having miscarriage
Causes of Infertility
- Scar tissue.
- Defect at Birth (Genetics).
Treatment of Infertility
- Fertility Drugs (consult a doctor).
Preventing of Infertility
Some preventative measures include:
- Avoid smoking.
- Avoid chemicals.
- Avoid radiation.
- Avoid STIs.
- Maintain a stable healthy weight.
- Exercise regularly.
- Eat nutritious foods.
If you suffer from infertility and want a natural approach to health, we can help. Our Mississauga clinics have an approach to better health.