LLLT and Improved Fertility: A Case Study
One of the really fascinating things about LLLT, or cold laser therapy, is the fact that because so many of its effects are at a very fundamental level of cellular and tissue support, its positive applications span an incredibly diverse arena of treatment protocols.
While clinical and research work is clearly essential to demonstrate and advance groundbreaking therapies(even though one might think that after 40 years of multiple repeated successes in clinical and lab research, LLLT would be fully embraced) its also very instructive to examine individual case studies. Every health professional has a tremendous opportunity to learn from each and every patient.
This case involves a young woman in her early 30s , in very good health. She and her husband had been trying unsuccessfully for over 5 years to conceive, without any results. Three IVF procedures had been done, at a cost of over $70,000.
While being treated for an unrelated acute injury, she happened to mention to her care provider the situation regarding her fertility. After ascertaining that the sperm counts of her husband were very high, the practitioner confirmed his suspicion that there was an extended area of inflammation involving both fallopian tubes.
During the next two weeks LLLT treatments were applied twice. A phone call early the next month let the practitioner know that the couple had conceived. The result was a healthy baby boy.
The laser treatment had addressed the inflammatory blockage, thus restoring normal physiology and function, without the massive expense, and inconvenience of the invasive IVF procedure, and with no discomfort or pain, or drugs or side effects.