The use of Laser therapy for the treatment of infertility is new to Ireland. GigaLaser Therapy was introduced in 2008 and practitioners are having excellent results in treating couples who are having difficulties conceiving. A number of “laser babies” have been born to otherwise infertile mothers after treatment with laser therapy.
Fertility experts in Japan have been studying the connection between improved fertility and laser therapy. There is now documentation showing that even very low doses of laser treatment can help improve the quality of the man’s semen and the woman’s chances of getting pregnant.
Laser therapy and fertility
We recommend laser treatment for you if you have, or suspect that you have, the following symptoms:
- Reduced blood circulation to the uterus or ovaries. Reduced blood circulation can be caused by age/arteriosclerosis, scar tissue (for instance from earlier surgeries or abdominal infections), inactivity etc.
- Muscle tensions in the surrounding muscles, which can block both nerve and vascular supply
- Frequently recurring infections/inflammations in the abdomen, such as herpes, candida (fungus), allergies, and chlamydia. In these cases, however, laser treatment should not stand alone but should be combined with regular medicinal treatment.
- Hormonal imbalance, for instance because of PCO/PCOS
- Reduced egg quality, for instance due to age
- Reduced semen quality
Many of the above mentioned problems can be difficult to diagnose. Therefore, laser treatment is especially relevant if you are involuntarily childless without a known cause.
We recommend that you receive laser therapy 5-6 times in the weeks leading up to ovulation (or In Vitro Fertilization also known as IVF if you combine treatments). It can be beneficial to combine the laser treatment with other types of fertility treatment.
We combine Body SDS and Giga Laser Therapy and nutrition / fitness to suit the individual to make it the success that it is.