IMPLANTATION ISSUES | You can suspect implantation as the reason for your fertility issues if you experience any of the following: you’ve been informed that your endometrial lining is thin, you have regular cycles every month but are still having problems conceiving, have delayed periods with severe cramping and clots of blood, have a light flow with dark color and clots, have had a history of miscarriages, or have been unsuccessful with in vitro fertilization (IVF).
IVF therapies facilitate the fertilization process by allowing the sperm and ovum (egg) to meet. However, this fertilized ovum needs to be implanted properly in order for a successful pregnancy. Patients undergoing IVF are given luteal hormone (LH) to aid in the implantation process. But the body is an environment that needs to be nurtured. No matter how many seeds are planted, the soil must be fertile in order for blossoming. Our main goal is to nurture deficiencies and regulate imbalances to ready your body so that it becomes a healthy environment for your baby.