We believe taking care of your body and mind during the month(s) leading up to your FET significantly increases the likelihood of a successful pregnancy
We highly recommend preparing for a transfer the same way you would for an IVF cycle, or pregnancy. Many women get pregnant just fine without the use of any additional integrative care, but there are plenty of women that require extra support and a different approach. These are the cases for whom we believe Chinese medical treatment is an indispensable part of care.
A Holistic Approach
Women with underlying endometriosis, inflammatory conditions or a history of polyps or fibroids are highly encouraged to take the extra time necessary so the uterine environment can be as healthy, and receptive, as possible. Women in their late 30’s and 40’s are also encouraged to take more time because they , and uterine blood flow is generally more compromised.
Our patients report the culmination of treatment effects – an improvement in the quality of blood and circulation, a significant reduction of stress, consistent communication and care, and healthy emotional awareness – was what finally helped a cycle be successful!
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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 is an out of network practice. We can provide superbills to those who may require documentation for reimbursement from their insurance carrier.