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    Smile accpunture

    hi all i just wanted to get some of your ideas on accpunture helping people to have a baby

    i have been ttc for about 18months now and have had no luck
    and have heard some success stories with accpunture and how it has helped with them having a baby.

    if anyone has got any ideas or anything
    would love to hear it

    thankyou
    kaz

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    Quote Originally Posted by kazandsteve View Post
    hi all i just wanted to get some of your ideas on accpunture helping people to have a baby

    i have been ttc for about 18months now and have had no luck
    and have heard some success stories with accpunture and how it has helped with them having a baby.

    if anyone has got any ideas or anything
    would love to hear it

    thankyou
    kaz

    Hi Kaz,

    Thanks for your question. I’m sorry to hear things have been taking a little longer than you’d like to happen.

    Yes, acupuncture can be helpful to assist couples TTC. However it is not the only approach I’d rely upon for this purpose. In my Natural Fertility Solution Program, I do use it as one part of the important foundations necessary to help create healthy babies for couples who are finding a delay on their journey.

    There are several factors that can delay conception and lifestyle factors as well as occupational and environmental exposures can literally the some of the may reasons some couples seem to have trouble.

    I’m not sure what specifically could be impacting you, however I found this very interesting comment on the Journal of the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners, which could be an important aspect related to the conception difficulties many couples in a similar situation to you experience:

    “Couples who reported multiple risk behaviours (e.g. Alcohol, tobacco, caffeine, and recreational substances) reported a 7.3 fold increase in time to conception than couples without these behaviours.”

    Susan Kelly-Weeder; Alane O’Connor. Journal of the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners; Jun 2006; 18, 6; ProQuest Health and Medical Complete pg. 268

    Another very interesting comment in the Journal of Occupational Medicine provides more food for thought....

    “Occupational and environmental hazards including toluene, mercury, organic solvents, noise, shift work, irregular work schedules, stress, dry cleaning chemicals, antibiotics, and many others have been associated with infertility and spontaneous abortion as well as childhood development problems and mutations that are passed on to future generations.”
    Gold EB; Tomich E. Occupational Medicine: State of the Art Reviews, 1994 Jul-Sep; 9(3): 435-69.


    I welcome you Kaz to subscribe to the Natural Fertility Booster, my online publication that will provide more education about different aspects you may like to consider to help boost your natural fertility and increase your chances of creating another very healthy baby.

    I hope this helps.

    With fertile blessings,


    Gabriela Rosa | Author, Natural Fertility Specialist, Researcher, Speaker
    BHSc, ND, Post Grad NFM, DBM, Dip Nut, MATMS, MNHAA
    EFT | Natural Fertility | Women’s & Men's Health


    ‘Committed to helping couples create healthy babies and empowering individuals through better health.’



 

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