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Friday, November 16, 2007

ED Drugs Can Harm Men's Fertility

Men:  Watch Out For ED Drugs If You're Trying To Conceive

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Obviously, if a man is suffering from ED this could hurt a couple's chances of conceiving. However, some ED drugs may actually contribute to infertility in men. Read more:


Infertility Due to ED Drugs (www.buzzle.com)

From the article:

The men who are suffering from impotence and who take ED drugs also face slight risk to infertility. As it is seen that anything in excess will harm, so is the case with ED drugs. ED drugs stop natural flow of the blood in the human body. This action sometimes destroys veins and muscles and creates other problem. Excess use of Drugs also decreases formation of sperms and causes infertility in men.

Thursday, November 08, 2007

Alternative Treaments For Infertility: Accupuncture

I did try a few trial treatments of acupuncture when I was trying to conceive, however at that time, I had decided to stick with completely natural methods which did not involve paid professionals. However, according to many articles I've read (including the one below) acupuncture can be an effective treatment to enhance fertility. Read more:

More turning to acupuncture for fertility treatment (www.kvue.com)

From the article:

By ERIN OCHOA
KVUE News

With more women postponing marriage, a growing number of couples are relying on fertility treatments to help them conceive. Many are also turning to more alternative methods to increase the odds of becoming pregnant.


According to the Texas Center for Reproductive Acupuncture, one in six couples suffers from some sort of fertility problem, but the group says it's helping a growing number of women -- not only to become pregnant -- but to successfully deliver healthy babies.

Christy Martin, 36, and her husband spent more than two years trying to get pregnant. She said medical fertility treatments didn't work.

“We were at the maximum amount of dosage of shots and they told us, 'you're done. You're not even stimulating your eggs anymore....'” said Martin.

After a hitting a heartbreaking hurdle, Martin kept trying.

“I just wasn't ready to accept defeat yet,” said Martin. So she turned to reproductive acupuncturist, Kirsten Karchmer. Five months later, she was pregnant.

“I cried a whole lot that day,” said Martin.

“If we work on the assumption that your body communicates with electricity, that neurons travel along nerves via electricity, when you put a needle in your body, which is metal, it disrupts that movement,” said Karchmer. She believes reproductive acupuncture, including Chinese herbal medicine, nutritional counseling, and stress management, can significantly improve a woman's chances of becoming pregnant.

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