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Should you consider herbs for fertility?
If correctly prescribed, herbs for fertility are substantially safer, less invasive and so much more cost-effective option than IVF. If you have haven’t been diagnosed with blocked fallopian tubes, it would make sense to consider exploring herbal medicines and acupuncture first.
Adelaide University study included women who have been diagnosed with primary or secondary infertility with various diagnoses. If your infertility has been associated with endometriosis, polycystic ovary syndrome, amenorrhea, advanced maternal age or unexplained infertility, you are likely to benefit from Chinese herbal medicines and acupuncture treatment.
Note: The 2017 report “Of the 82,215 initiated ART cycles, 67,704 (82.4%) resulted in either an embryo transfer or all oocytes/embryos being cryopreserved. Of the initiated cycles, 22.9% (18,860) resulted in a clinical pregnancy and 18.1% (14,882) in a live delivery.”