Fertility & HBOT

 


Diabetes & HBOT

The World Health Organization highlights that infertility and sub-fertility represent significant challenges for a large portion of the global population. According to data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), approximately 6.1 million women aged 15 to 44 in the United States encounter difficulties in conceiving or sustaining a pregnancy.

 

The journey to conception is complex and not exclusively a challenge faced by women; male factors play an equally significant role. Analysis reveals that the causes of infertility are evenly distributed among female factors, male factors, and issues involving both partners or those that cannot be easily identified.

 

The traditional routes to addressing fertility issues often involve expensive medical interventions or the use of hormone-altering medications, which can bring about considerable side effects and financial burdens. In light of this, recent research has pointed to hyperbaric therapy as a promising non-invasive alternative. This therapeutic approach is gaining attention for its potential to offer a safer and more cost-effective solution for individuals and couples striving to conceive.


Benefits of HBO Therapy for Fertility

Hyperbaric Therapy & Vascularization:

Female Fertility

Male Fertility

  • Creates New Blood Vessels
  • Provides Adequate Vascularization of the Endometrium
  • Enhances Arterial & Venous Blood Flow 
  • Decreases Inflammation Caused by Endometriosis
  • Improves Endometrial Oxygenation
  • Improves Ovarian Angiogenesis
  • Stimulates Cell Division of Basal Endometrium
  • Thickens the Endometrium
  • Decrease in Sperm DNA Fragmentation
  • Improvement in Sperm Velocity
  • Improves Erectile Function
  • Increase in Sperm Count
  • Increase in Sperm Mobility

The World Health Organization highlights that infertility and sub-fertility represent significant challenges for a large portion of the global population. According to data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), approximately 6.1 million women aged 15 to 44 in the United States encounter difficulties in conceiving or sustaining a pregnancy.

 

The journey to conception is complex and not exclusively a challenge faced by women; male factors play an equally significant role. Analysis reveals that the causes of infertility are evenly distributed among female factors, male factors, and issues involving both partners or those that cannot be easily identified.

 

The traditional routes to addressing fertility issues often involve expensive medical interventions or the use of hormone-altering medications, which can bring about considerable side effects and financial burdens. In light of this, recent research has pointed to hyperbaric therapy as a promising non-invasive alternative. This therapeutic approach is gaining attention for its potential to offer a safer and more cost-effective solution for individuals and couples striving to conceive.

Benefits of HBO Therapy for Fertility

Hyperbaric Therapy & Vascularization:

  • Creates New Blood Vessels
  • Provides Adequate Vascularization of the Endometrium
  • Enhances Arterial & Venous Blood Flow

Female Fertility

  • Decreases Inflammation Caused by Endometriosis
  • Improves Endometrial Oxygenation
  • Improves Ovarian Angiogenesis
  • Stimulates Cell Division of Basal Endometrium
  • Thickens the Endometrium

Male Fertility

  • Decrease in Sperm DNA Fragmentation
  • Improvement in Sperm Velocity
  • Improves Erectile Function
  • Increase in Sperm Count
  • Increase in Sperm Mobility

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Location

4434 Pacific Coast Highway
Long Beach, California 90804

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11:00AM - 07:00PM

Saturday - Sunday

11:00AM - 04:00PM

Get In Contact


Call

1-562-444-8811

Email

Location

4434 Pacific Coast Highway
Long Beach, California 90804

Hours


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Tuesday, January 2, 2024

Monday - Friday

11:00AM - 07:00PM

Saturday - Sunday

11:00AM - 04:00PM