TITLE

Auriculotherapy effect on fertility of infertile couples attending to Mehr-e-Modar Clinic from 2012 to 2013

AUTHOR(S)
Valiani, M.
PUB. DATE
June 2014
SOURCE
Iranian Journal of Reproductive Medicine;Jun2014 Supplement, Vol. 12, p40
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Abstract
ABSTRACT
Introduction: Infertility means not fertile couples during the year without any preventing methods for pregnancy. Infertile couples may experience various methods of medications. The purpose of this study was to determine the effect of Auriculotherapy (as a Complementary and Alternative Medicine) on the treatment of infertility. Materials and Methods: This clinical trial was performed on 30 infertile couples. Auriculotherapy was done two times per week and each session 20 minutes on both ears of both couples by the instrument pointer Plus. Couples who were treated in this way did not use other medications methods. Data analysis was performed with the software 15 SPSS. Results: The results showed that duration of Auriculotherapy treatment was at least four sessions and maximum time was 24 sessions. Chi-square test showed from the total number of couples participating in Auriculotherapy group, 25 women became pregnant (p<0.03). Results in the detailed will be presented at congress. Conclusion: Auriculotherapy as a method of Complementary and alternative medicine is recommended among infertile couples, as an effective technique to reduce infertility.
ACCESSION #
96841576

 

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