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Fertiltity Treatments

I have briefly touched on the most common treatment plans for infertility, those links I have listed I have used throughout my journey, so all those services provided come with my personal recommendation. I used Network Care by another practitioner for helping me conceive my second child. Lindon Garske. He now works in Queensland. And also my acupuncturist TCM practitioner Ms Teresa Lee was located in the CBD Sydney, I used her throughout my 3.5 year journey.  She now practices in Chatswood. Kirk Wilson comes highly recommended as another wonderful, emphatic practitioner.

Naturopathy:

Experienced use of dietary, nutritional, herbal and homeopathic medicines to achieve optimal health, hormonal balance, reversal of disease and maximisation of fertility.

http://www.fertilityhealth.com.au/

Natural Fertility Management:

Natural and commonsense approaches to reproductive health are the foundations of Natural Fertility Management. As your body becomes healthier, so does your fertility. Specialised herbal medicine and evidence-based nutritional supplementation ensure that aspects of you and your partner’s fertility are enhanced and supported. Couples who have been trying to conceive for a long time or have a history of miscarriage or pregnancy complications can improve their chances of a healthy, happy experience this time round. Couples who are seeking to have a healthy pregnancy and baby come for Preconception preparation.

http://www.fertility.com.au/

Acupuncture:

Based on thousands of years of Chinese Medicine practice, acupuncture offers a drug-free way to treat a variety of health issues and it can effectively address a wide range of conditions affecting both general and reproductive health.

Acupuncture complements extremely well the naturopathic basis of a Conception Program and IVF Support Program. It has been shown in clinical trials that acupuncture can improve not only the success rate of an IVF cycle but also the well-being of women undergoing an IVF cycle.

During an IVF cycle, acupuncture can have the following benefits:

  • decrease anxiety levels associated with fertility issues
  • improve embryo implantation rates
  • prepare the uterine lining by increasing blood supply to the uterus
  • improve hormone levels and sperm quality
  • improve egg quality

Both men and women with fertility issues or undergoing IVF treatment would benefit from a course of acupuncture treatments.

http://www.fertilityacupuncturesydney.com.au/

Chiropractic Network Care:

Network Care is a gentle method of Chiropractic that teaches your body how to self-correct, dissipate, integrate and release tensions on its own. This is an ability you will learn over a series of visits and have for the rest of your life.

Practitioners use very gentle, specific touches to areas of your spine where your stress and tensions attach. Through these gentle touches practitioners bring your brain’s attention to areas that are holding on to tension, and encourage your body to release it.

Network Care is a powerful technology to help you combat stress & symptoms, while improving spinal and bodily functions.

Mental & Emotional Benefits

Greater ability to deal with stress, improved mental clarity, focus and productivity. Better concentration, reduced anxiety and depression.

  • Personal Benefits

Greater life enjoyment and confidence when dealing with adversity. Improved ability to relate to others. Greater sense of well-being and ability to relax/de-stress.

http://www.wellwellwellsydney.com.au/

IVF Clinic:

You will need a referral from your GP to consult a Fertility Specialist. There are many options available at the IVF Clinic, depending on the nature of your fertility challenge and what the medical team are equipped to do. Here is a list of what they may offer.

  • Fertility drugs
  • Surgery
  • Intrauterine Insemination (IUI)
  • In vitro fertilization (IVF)
  • Pre-implantation Genetic Diagnosis (PGD)
  • Intracytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI)
  • Donor eggs and embryos
  • Gestational carriers (also known as surrogate mothers)

http://www.genea.com.au/