Acupuncture Male Fertility
A lot of times when couples face problems trying to conceive, they start asking questions about the woman, wondering if she has some sort of fertility problem. This thought process is common. However, nearly half of all fertility problems are related to issues facing men, and fertility problems in men lead to just as many infertility cases as with issues facing women.
Acupuncture for Male Infertility
Factors responsible for fertility issues in men include: low sperm count, low sperm mobility, and abnormal sperm shape and size. While these issues can sometimes be genetic, lifestyle changes including dieting and exercise can often be made to treat them and increase fertility in men.
Traditional Chinese Medicine takes an approach that addresses the overall health of the patient, believing that fertility issues arise from a general unhealthy state, which is often the result of having one’s energy or Qi be out of sync.
Male Fertility Acupuncture & The Flow of Qi
When the flow of Qi is disrupted or blocked, men experience health problems that vary based on the extent to which the flow of Qi has been disturbed. Cases of infertility are often the result of the flow of Qi to the reproductive organs being blocked. When the Qi is blocked, men will experience fertility issues like low sperm count and mobility.
Yejee Acupuncture for Fertility NYC
Balancing the Flow of Qi
We here at Yejee Acupuncture Infertility NYC take an individualistic approach to cases of fertility issues facing men. Our process begins by studying the patient’s specific fertility issue and from there, determining the steps that need to be taken to restore their Qi to its proper state.
Continuous acupuncture sessions can restore the natural flow of Qi, returning the entire body to a healthy state. Through acupuncture, the precise points where the Qi is blocked are identified, and carefully treated in order to remedy the issues.
Yejee Acupuncture Infertility NYC
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