About Dr Aily Yun Liu

Dr Aily Liu (TCM)is a registered chinese medicine practitioner with the Registration Board of Victoria, and an accredited member of the Australian Traditional Medicine Society, she has provider number for the most of private insurance company.

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Natural conception & Infertility program

Nature Conception

Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine (CM) is a way of natural conception, it has been practiced for more than 2000 years. For women fertility, CM focused more on each individual health condition, treat underline medical conditions that causes infertility and prepare for women’s body get ready for natural and healthy pregnancy. 
For mens fertility, CM also places an emphasis on improving sperm quality and quantity, as well as enhancing a healthy physical and mental state.

 

Why Infertility is so common in this modern age?

 

 

When should you use Acupuncture and Chinese herbal medicine?

 

If you want to:

 

 

What conditions that can be improved with Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine?

 

 

Why acupuncture and/or Chinese herbal medicine can assist infertility?

 

 

How long a treatment duration is recommended?

 

General speaking, it takes 3 – 4 months for an egg to grow to maturity, if you can  start a well planned pre-conception program as soon as you can, or 3 – 4 months prior to conception or transfer, therefore your eggs will have the opportunity to grow and mature in a well prepared and balanced environment. We can also work to regulate your menstrual cycle; adjust lining irregularities, and help reduce stress.


If you are going through IVF, IUI or ICSI, we would also help to prepare you for your transfer.

 

When Male infertility need to have Acupuncture or Herbal Medicine treatment?

 

If you have the following conditions:

 

 

Research conducted by Monash IVF shows that the use of acupuncture alongside IVF is well researched and has now been largely accepted as a viable option to increase success rates with IVF treatment.

 

"Ideally patients will have a weekly visit with the acupuncturist on a weekly basis for a month prior to the embryo transfer taking place," they advise.

 

This assists with stress levels, allows you to become familiarised with the acupuncture treatment and allows the practitioner to correct any imbalances.

 

"If you are about to begin your IVF cycle and have not left time for the lead-up treatment, using acupuncture on the day of transfer only will still improve your chances of a positive pregnancy outcome."

 

 

The Sydney Morning Herald also published findings on the benefits of Chinese Medicine and Acupuncture.

 

"It may be that acupuncture increases blood flow to the lining of the uterus, creating a better environment for the embryo to grow. It may lower levels of stress hormones or, by having a calming effect on a woman's immune system, it may reduce the chances of her body rejecting the pregnancy."

 

 

To read more go to http://www.mamamia.com.au/ivf-acupunture/

 

 

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