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Prebirth acupuncture Commentary by Debra Betts Conclusion Although the research by Lyrendas et all appears to contradict the findings of both Kubista and Kucera and Tempfer the full paper by Lyrendas et all contains interesting details. A control group with twice the number of women in it from the acupuncture group...
Moxibustion use for Breech Presentation Commentary by Debra Betts Conclusion That in prigravidas at 33 weeks gestation with breech presentation moxibustion treatment for 1 to 2 weeks at Zhiyin BL-67 increased fetal activity during the treatment period and cephalic presentation at 35 weeks and at delivery. Cardini et al in 1998[7...
Acupuncture and morning sickness Commentary by Debra Betts Conclusion Acupuncture is a safe and effective treatment for women who experience nausea and dry retching in early pregnancy.   Smith et al in 2002 published two articles from their research on nausea and vomiting in pregnancy. The first looked at the effectiveness...
Acupuncture and pelvic pain in pregnancy Commentary by Debra Betts Conclusion Acupuncture was superior to stabilising exercisers in the management of pelvic girdle pain in pregnancy. With acupuncture the treatment of choice for patients with one sided sacroiliac pain, one sided sacroiliac pain combined with symphysis pubis pain and...
Low-frequency Electro-Acupuncture and Physical Exercise Decrease High Muscle Sympathetic Nerve Activity in Polycystic Ovary Synd Conclusions: For the first time we demonstrate that low-frequency EA and physical exercise lowers high sympathetic nerve activity in women with PCOS. Thus, treatment with low-frequency EA or physical exercise with the aim to reduce MSNA may be of importance for women with PCOS.  Elisabet Stener...
Where there is flow, there is no pain BabyVibes Newsletter Tuesday, July 7, 2009 - B.C. and AB edition Video: Pregnancy pain relieved by acupuncture Pain management for labour When most people think of labour and birth they think of pain. The media has portrayed labouring women screaming in agony and fearfully resisting the...
Prolonged treatment with N-acetylcysteine andL-arginine restores gonadal function in patients with PCO syndrome Conclusions: This preliminary, open study shows that prolonged, oral treatment with combined administration of NAC and ARG determines a clear increase in the number of menstrual cycles, likely ovulatory, in patients with PCOS. These data therefore support the hypothesis that the treatment acts by...
Acupuncture helps pregnancy symptoms according to new research Acupuncture can help relieve the symptoms of indigestion in pregnancy, new research suggests. A small study involving 36 women found "significant improvements" among those treated with acupuncture. Full story click here More info and research on using acupuncture to help relieve unwated...
35 - Anxiety about losing control over her birth  Overview: Lawyer, 35, came in at 33 weeks pregnant, with her baby in the breech presentation. Her overall preganacy has been healthy and normal up to this point. However, the fear of a possible C-secetion had become overwhelming. It should be noted that this is her second pregnancy. During her...
HANS - Health Action Network Society  HANS (Health Action Network Society) is acharitable natural health resource. HANS provides information onpreventive medicine and natural therapeutics through our website, areference library, Health Action magazine, the HANS e-News,and regular educational and networking events. Our members...