Information & Treatment of Infertility in Vancouver Canada
Chlamydia and Infertility
Definition: salpingitis (inflammation of the fallopian tubes) can be caused by Chlamydia. It is a bacterial infection that is sexually transmitted that causes mild to severe infection. It infects the cervix first and then spreads to the endometrium. If it is untreated it will move to the fallopian tubes causing inflammation and possible damage.
Symptoms: may be slight vaginal discharge, it may also show no signs!
Causes: multiple sexual partners.
Diagnosis: cervical swab test for bacteria, and a hysteroslpingogram to determine the extend of damage.
Treatment: Antibiotics, possible surgery.
Treatment of Infertility & IVF Support with Acupuncture & Chinese Medicine in Vancouver
Dr. Spence Pentland, Dr. TCM, R.Ac, FABORM
Dr. Spence Pentland is a provincially licenced Doctor with the College of Traditional Chinese Medicine practitioners and Acupuncturists of BC,
& a Fellow of the American Board of Oriental Reproductive Medicine (click on letter credentials for more info).
His clinical practice in Vancouver has focused on the treatment of men's and women's reproductive health issues since 2004,
helping hundreds realize their dream of having happy healthy families.
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1. Dr. Spence Pentland's Acupuncture & Chinese Medicine Treatment of Infertility in Vancouver
2. The IVF Acupuncture Group - a team of doctors specializing in providing quality, evidence-based acupuncture services for patients undergoing IVF in Greater Vancouver
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