ART is not the only treatment option…
We understand that women and couples sometimes feel conflicted and unsure about how to proceed – often because of misinformation, a lack of options presented to them or differing medical opinions. We can’t emphasize it enough, poor responders get better results when they take a more holistic approach before attempting IVF. “How Do I Know if I’m a Poor Responder?” helps elucidate how IVF works, those who respond favorably, those who don’t, and why?
Exploring Chinese Medical Treatment Therapies
After nearly two decades of experience, we have seen way too many women run the IVF gamut without much exposure to Chinese medical therapy; it’s unfortunate. “DOR – Do Ovaries Right” talks about treatment methods that can help women and couples have better success rates with IVF earlier in the journey, verses later when discussion of donor eggs becomes inevitable.
Collaborative Care Chronicles
- Beth’s Story - Before seeing Jackie, I had gone through a few rounds of IUI, 2 egg retrievals, and 3 transfers (2 fresh, 1 frozen) over about a year's time with no success. The most frustrating part (other than just not getting pregnant!) was that no one seemed to know why. I just kept hearing "I'm sure it… Continue Reading
Supporting Health and Fertility at the Start
We have developed effective holistic treatment methodologies that we believe should be a part of every ‘IVF outlier’ or ‘poor responder’ treatment protocol well before attempting IVF. Supporting your health and egg quality three to four months before IVF is often what makes an IVF cycle finally work. Deciding to take the time and trusting the process can be very difficult to do. Check out the stories of the women and couples who have found our care to be an integral part of their journey.
- From Crickets to Collaboration -
- New UK Study: Acupuncture ‘doubles the chances of getting pregnant through IVF’ -
- Help for women with secondary infertility -
- Natural pregnancy after endometriosis achieved by over 40% of women in study -
- IVF diet to improve fertility -
- How bone broth benefits fertility patients -
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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.