Cupping Therapy And Infertility

Posted by e-Medical PPT Wednesday, April 25, 2012
Cupping Therapy
Cupping is an ancient method of causing local congestion.
 A partial vacuum is created in cups placed on the skin either by means of heat (old) or suction(recent).
This draws up the underlying tissues.
 When the cup is left in place on the skin for a few minutes, blood stasis is formed and localized healing takes place.
Cupping therapy was originally used in Egypt and China dating back some 3,500 years
Cupping is applied by acupuncturists to certain Acupuncture points,
as well as to region of the organ or the area of dysfunction
as well as to regions of the body that are affected by pain (where the pain is deeper than the tissues to be pulled)

Cupping has also been found to affect the body up to four inches into the tissues,
causing tissues to release toxins,
activate the lymphatic system,
clear colon blockages,
help activate and clear the veins, arteries and capillaries,
activate the skin,
clear stretch marks
and improve varicose veins.
Cupping is the best deep tissue massage available

the inability of a couple to conceive  after one year of unprotected intercourse (6 months for women over 35)
infecundity (the inability of a couple to produce a live birth)

How can Cupping help improve my success rate with in-vitro fertilization?
1. Regulate the hormones to produce a larger number of follicles 2. Improve the function of the ovaries to produce better quality eggs 3. Relax the patient and decrease stress 4. Increase blood flow to the uterus and increase the thickness of the uterine lining 5. Strengthen the immune system 6. Lessen the side effects of drugs used in IVF 7. Prevent the uterus from contracting 8. Improve semen to create better quality and quantity of embryos 9. Decrease chances of miscarriage

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