Ms D.D is pregnant in June 2019!
The HCG level was 78Iu on 18/06/2019, Day 29 the very early stage of pregnancy with Progesterone and Estrogen raised simultaneously, indicating strong attachment!
The greatest congratulation to you and family for the precious success!
Ms. C.W is pregnant at the age of 42 with the last embryo, after 3 acupuncture!
And the pregnancy was proven by HCG test on 22nd April Day 30, along with increasing Progesterone and Estrogen!
Congratulations to you and family!
Ms. L.W has confirmed pregnant on Day 31 by the HCG blood test on 5th April 2019, at the very early stage of pregnancy!
And the pregnancy was further proven by another HCG test on 12th April Day 38, along with the increasing Progesterone and Estrogen!
Congratulations to you and family!
Ms. R.B has confirmed the pregnancy on Day 37 by the HCG blood test on 28 March 2019, which indicated strong attachment with the reading of 1,000+ !
And this is her second pregnancy after our fertility acupuncture, with her first baby born on 28/07/2017!
Her feedback about the experience of having acupuncture for the first pregnancy:
Congratulations to your family, Ayla will have a little sibling soon!
Ms. M.V.M is confirmed pregnancy by HCG blood test on 20/02/2019!
She had 18 eggs collected after ovulation promoting acupuncture but only achieved 1 embryo, and the only embryo has implanted successfully after the uterine-receptivity enhancing acupuncture!
Congratulations to the precious success to you!
A research article entitled “Effects of Acupuncture versus Sham Acupuncture on Live Births among Women Undergoing In-Vitro Fertilization, A Randomized Clinical Trail” had been published in the May 2018 issue of Journal of American Medical Association, written by Prof. Caroline Smith of Australia. Dr. Jenny attended a presentation of this research by Prof. Smith herself in August 2017 before its publication.
As expected the trial reinforced what other research into the benefits of acupuncture in IVF outcomes has found [1-4] , higher clinical pregnancy rates with the use of acupuncture in conjunction with IVF treatment (25.7% and 21.7% in this study) in contrast to the IVF success rate (20%) on its own . However surprisingly, the final conclusion in this study was “findings do not support the use of acupuncture as a means to improve the rate of live births among women undergoing IVF.”
“These results raised a few questions in my mind and I disagree with this conclusion, therefore I wrote an article to raise awareness of the research methods used, and share my thoughts on ways to improve the validity and reliability of study results.”
Dr. Jenny Li—*Acupuncture Increases the Pregnancy Rate for Women Undergoing IVF but Does Not Improve the Live Birth Outcome? Questionable Conclusion Based on a Large Sampled Acupuncture/ IVF Randomized Controlled Trial
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