Acupuncture

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Truly understand what the data says about acupuncture

Costs $1,000 - $3,000

And up to 15 hours of your time. We talk about the tradeoffs.

Acupuncture
Will it realistically help you conceive a healthy child?
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Learnings from over 40 studies on acupuncture & herbs

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A growing number of fertility patients undergo acupuncture to increase their odds of conceiving. In this course we cover the basics of acupuncture, its "mechanism of action" on fertility, and the hard data about whether using acupuncture improves live birth rates. As with any treatment, acupuncture requires a financial and temporal cost. We'll cover both of those, along with the implications of using herbs and how to determine which acupuncturist to use.

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