By Esther Ososanya
Dr. Ekinyi Ochete, a Fertility Specialist, says the benefit of Choosing alternative medicine including the use of acupuncture can help to solve fertility problems in women.
Ochete, who is also the Chief Executive Officer (CEO), of a Fertility Herbal clinic In Abuja, stated this on Thursday in Abuja.
According to the fertility expert, The use of alternative herbal treatment, and acupuncture, perfectly complement other orthodox treatments.
“The two medical procedure can work well together to help you have a healthy little baby,” she added.
She also notes that the vast majority of sub-fertility causes are non-structural.
According to her, Although many doctors point to structural reasons such as endometriosis, fibroids or polycystic ovarian syndrome, as main causes, the fact remains that these conditions are a symptom of imbalances in the body and are reversible using acupuncture and herbs.
“As long as these conditions are treated quickly enough, they are unlikely to leave any structural problem that would cause infertility. Most causes of sub-fertility are actually treatable and reversible conditions,” she added.
The expert who claim to have treated several cases of infertility in male and female maintains that a combination of the orthodox such as IVF and herbal blend perfectly
The specialist added that herbal products are widely available to consumers and have become increasingly popular throughout the world
Recent Reports by the W.H.O shows that increasing numbers of people have been choosing photomedicines to improve their health conditions around the globe.
Herbs are staging a comeback and herbal “renaissance” occurs all over the world.
According to the World Health Organization, 75 percent of the world’s populations are using herbs for basic healthcare needs.
The practice of phytomedicine entails the use of more than 53,000 species of plants, a number whom
are already facing the threat of extinction due to overexploitation, underpinning the need for more deliberate efforts to preserve the ecosystem