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There are many reasons why some couples have difficulty conceiving, but with the assistance of scientific and technological advances, our caring professionals are working to make your dream of parenthood a reality.
Medications usually play a large role in infertility treatments. Some of them can help your ovaries produce more viable eggs. Other medications prepare your body for an in vitro fertilization (IVF) procedure, should you and your doctor choose that route.
As you proceed towards fulfilling your dreams of holding your own miracle baby, it is helpful to know and understand the types of medications your doctor may prescribe. The medicines that he or she chooses for you depend upon your specific fertility issues.
What impact does infertility have on emotional well-being?
Infertility often creates one of the most traumatic life crises for couples. Struggles with conception can bring out feelings of insecurity and distress. Dealing with the multitude of medical decisions and the uncertainties brought by infertility can create a great emotional upheaval for many couples. If you find yourself feeling anxious, depressed, out of control, or isolated, you are not alone. With BesScription help is just one phone call away. We will support you when you need it most and will gently guide you to your ultimate goal.
How can psychological treatment help me/us cope with infertility?
Mental health professionals who have experience with infertility treatment can be very helpful. Their primary goal is to help individuals and couples learn how to cope with the physical and emotional changes associated with infertility and with medical treatments that can be painful and intrusive. Some professionals might choose to focus primarily on how to deal with a partner’s response. Other professionals might spend lots of time discussing how to choose the right medical treatment or how to explore and evaluate other family building options.
Some couples might need help controlling stress, anxiety, or depression (or all three). Mental health professionals can help individuals work through grief, fear, and other negative emotions related to infertility. A good therapist has the ability to help others sort out feelings, strengthen existing coping skills and develop new ones, and communicate with others more effectively. Many have found that their life-crisis of infertility became an opportunity for life-enhancing personal growth.
Herbs have been used for approximately 2500 years to treat a wide array of health problems. Herbal medicines may enhance fertility by supporting natural functions of the ovulation and fertility process.
Herbs are not regulated by the FDA, but are they safe?
Herbs are generally safe to use. However, because some of them should not be taken during pregnancy, it is always important to consult with your healthcare provider before deciding on herbal medicine. For those choosing to use herbs to enhance fertility, it is preferable to check with a healthcare provider who is familiar with herbs and how they affect different aspects of your reproductive health.
When should herbs not be taken?
Always check with your fertility specialist to see if there are any herbs that you should not take while having fertility treatments.
How long should I take herbs?
The effects of herbal medicines are generally cumulative, and the clinical effects of treating the infertile couple are usually seen after 60-120 days. Herbs are also cycle-dependent. They require the entire menstrual cycle to be effective, and work best with multiple cycles. This means that if, for instance, a woman decides to have an IVF transfer within a week, she should avoid herbal treatment.
What types of infertility can herbal medicines treat?
In general, it is appropriate to treat any type of infertility condition with herbal medicines. This includes advanced maternal age, luteal-phase-defect, premature ovarian failure, male factor, or unexplained symptoms. Clinical observers have reported impressive results when mixing herbs with gonadotropins during IUI and IVF cycles. The herbs seem to enhance the effects of the gonadotropins, and they do not pose the risk of OHSS (ovarian hyper stimulation syndrome).
Is an herbalist a licensed profession?
An herbalist is not a licensed profession. However, some practitioners acquire available Board certifications. It is preferable to consult with Board certified healthcare providers for prescription of herbal medicines.
Where can I purchase herbal supplements?
A number of herbal supplements are available that are helpful in supporting fertility for both women and men. For women, vitex (chasteberry), red clover and other herbs have traditionally been used to help restore hormonal balance. They are combined with the same vitamins and minerals found in prenatal complex to offer comprehensive fertility supplement. For men, clinically proven supplements are available to help improve sperm parameters such as count, motility, and morphology.
Can acupuncture be used to treat infertility?
Acupuncture, frequently combined with herbal medicine, has been used for centuries to treat some but not all causes of infertility. For example, acupuncture and herbs will not work to address tubal adhesions which can occur as a result of pelvic inflammatory disease or endometriosis. However, in this situation, an individual could still benefit from acupuncture and herbs because of the potential effect of improved ovarian and follicular function. Additionally, acupuncture can increase blood flow to the endometrium, helping to facilitate a thick, rich lining.
When should acupuncture treatment begin?
Acupuncture is similar to physical therapy in that it is a process-oriented method of medical intervention. It is better to do more than less. Patients are commonly treated for three to four months before progressing to insemination, in vitro fertilization (IVF), or donor-egg transfer. This pacing of treatment seems to have a therapeutic effect.
In a study by Stener-Victorin et al from the Departments of Obstetrics and Gynecology Fertility Centre, Scandinavia and University of Gothenburg, women are encouraged to receive acupuncture treatments pre and post embryo transfer. Clinical observations from the Berkley Center for Reproductive Wellness suggest that the most effective fertility treatments involve a combination of acupuncture, herbal medicine, and traditional medicine. However, conception occasionally occurs when acupuncture and herbal medicines are used without traditional medical interventions.