A viable embryo needs a hospitable environment to grow and flourish.
We understand the frustration and sadness endured when viable embryos are lost because of implantation failure. Unfortunately sometimes uterine health isn’t addressed until transfer attempts are unsuccessful.
Why am I suffering through repeated implantation failure?
There are many reasons viable embryos fail to successfully implant. Conventional fertility treatment generally addresses what is seen as deficient (thin lining or progesterone timing with an endometrial receptivity assay (ERA)) or what is physically present (a polyp or fibroid that could potentially be obstructing implantation) and will treat that accordingly. This approach does help implantation rates for many women, however, plenty still experience implantation failure even after various medical procedures are done. The more unsuccessful attempts endured, the more stress can exacerbate their issue.
How Collaborative Care Holistic Fertility Treatment Can Help
Our treatment program helps stabilize hormones, increase blood flow to the uterus and decrease inflammation so that the earliest stages of pregnancy is supported and can proceed healthily. Whether you are seeing a reproductive immunologist, or not, Chinese medicine can effectively address these fertility challenges that conventional fertility medicine often categorizes as “unexplained” infertility.
Schedule a Consultation
Depending on what fertility steps you are taking or seeking to take,
Collaborative Care can help. Our holistic approach strengthens
reproductive health in order to optimize your chances of success.
Collaborative Care offers initial zoom and in-person consultations.
Schedule your initial session or a 15-min complimentary phone consult below.
Jackie O’Neill is an out-of-network provider. Superbills are provided for those who have acupuncture benefits for reimbursement. It is recommended you check your acupuncture plan for fertility and pregnancy coverage if you plan to be reimbursed for treatment. Herbal supplements are non-billable and therefore ineligible for reimbursement. You may use your HSA or FSA to cover treatment fees.