Study - Electro-acupuncture boosts IVF success

Not until 2002, a study in Germany was the first to report that traditional needle acupuncture seemed to improve pregnancy rates in women undergoing IVF. Recently, the researchers, led by Rong Zhang of the Peking University Health Science Center, divided their 309 IVF patients into three groups.

Researchers in this study stated "if acupuncture, or its electrode version, do affect IVF outcomes, it's not clear how". There are other researches have suggested electro-acupuncture may improve uterine blood flow.

Detailed documents can be downloaded here with a fee. Read more from the Reuters News report.


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