What Is Acupuncture?

Acupuncture is an ancient technique practiced in Traditional Chinese medicine. According to the practice, there are over 2,000 acupuncture points each connected by different pathways or meridians. Energy, or qi, flows through the pathways promoting overall health, but when the paths become blocked, this can lead to poor health or disease.

Acupuncture seeks to reopen the pathways and stimulate the energy flow by inserting thin, metallic needles into the points and then stimulating them manually or electronically. The stimulation is sometimes augmented by heat, pressure, or friction. Chemicals from the body’s central nervous system are released into the bloodstream, muscles, spinal cord, and brain, triggering the body’s natural healing abilities. 

Many diagnoses, including digestive, neurological, musculoskeletal, respiratory, emotional, and gynecological conditions, may benefit from acupuncture. Some studies have shown that acupuncture, when used in conjunction with other fertility treatments, may increase success.

Acupuncture and Infertility Treatments

Acupuncture may help with infertility treatments by increasing blood flow to the reproductive organs, balancing hormones, and reducing stress. It appears to be most beneficial when started in the three months before beginning other treatments, such as IUI or IVF, and while couples are undergoing supplemental care.  

Acupuncture appears to support a variety of conditions that appear to play a role in infertility. These include hormone imbalance which affects the uterus and ovaries, thyroid issues, irregular menstruation, ovarian cysts, fibroids, blood stagnation, endometriosis, problems with the fallopian tubes, obesity, stress, and low sperm count and sperm motility.  

Increased Blood Flow

For patients who may be preparing for in-vitro fertilization or embryo transfer, acupuncture can be used to increase endometrial blood flow. The additional blood flow to the uterus helps the lining develop and thicken, preparing it to receive the embryo and increasing the chances of a successful transfer.  

Hormone Balancing

Acupuncture stimulates the central nervous system and triggers the release of neurotransmitters, endorphins, and insulin sensitivity. This can help patients diagnosed with PCOS or who might need support in normalizing reproductive hormones and ovulation. 

Patients who may have hypothyroidism or high FSH (follicle-stimulating hormone) levels and receive acupuncture benefit from improved egg quality.  

Acupuncture has also been found to be very useful in the treatment of insulin sensitivity. Patients who are insulin resistant and obese may experience difficulty with fertility due to irregular ovulation or no ovulation. 

Acupuncture and Infertility in Men

Men may also play a role in the fertility success of a couple. If this is the case, acupuncture may support the sperm count, sperm motility, and sperm morphology. Improving blood flow and balancing hormones through acupuncture can positively affect these areas, increasing the likelihood of conception. 

Stress and Anxiety Relief

For many couples trying to conceive and pregnancy can be a stressful time. This can be especially true of couples experiencing infertility. Stress has been found to contribute to additional difficulties in conception. Stress plays a role in lowered libido, a reduced immune system, decreased sperm quality, hormonal disruption, and disordered eating. 

In the same way, acupuncture balances hormones through the release of endorphins, it also serves to reduce stress and anxiety. Endorphins act as natural pain killers within the body. They work with the body through the central nervous system to decrease reactions to stress and regulate body systems like the immune system, digestive system, emotions, moods, and sexuality.

We are now offering integrative fertility consultations at PRC. Our goal is to support you as a whole person focusing on your mind, body, and spirit throughout your fertility journey. Acupuncture may work best when used alongside our other modalities. Please contact us for a treatment plan designed especially for you. 

Additional Resources

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A fertility journey can feel like a lot of uncertainty. You may feel a lot of anxiety with the ups and
downs. Many couples find it stressful and overwhelming. The good news is that decades of
research have shown that there is a lot you can do lifestyle-wise to boost your chance of
success with fertility treatments. Here are some simple and evidence-based tips.

1) Eat healthier
Nutrition is one of the best building blocks for a healthy pregnancy, so you want to prepare your
body by improving your overall diet. I encourage home cooking as often as possible to ensure
that you always have healthy and nutritious meals. I also advise cutting back on sugar, alcohol,
and processed foods in favor of more whole and nutrient-dense foods, such as vegetables and
Eat more of
● Colorful vegetables and fruits. Even better if you can get them fresh and local.
● Whole grains and legumes
● Clean and organic meat, poultry, and fish
● Nuts and seeds
Eat less of
● Fast foods
● Pre-packaged foods, such as canned or frozen foods
● Packaged snacks like chips and crackers
● Candies
● Sugar and sugar-containing foods

2) Use clean cosmetic and household products
Hormone disruptors are chemicals that can throw off your hormones and reduce your fertility.
These include parabens, phthalates, BPA (bisphenol-A), perfumes, and triclosan, to name a
few. You can find them in typical cosmetics, soap, shampoo, sunscreens, and cleaning and
laundry products.
Since consumers have become more conscious of these hormone disruptors, you have a big list
of clean options to choose from nowadays. A great resource for this is the Environmental
Working Group at ewg.org. You can check the products you already have around the house on
there and shop from their safe EWG-verified list .

3) Eat the rainbow
I emphasize eating the rainbow—as many colors of plants as you can. Also, eat more plants.
The pigments that give plants their colors are antioxidants that protect your cells and DNA from
oxidative stress.
Oxidative stress, or having more free radicals than antioxidants, is a fact of the modern lifestyle.
In healthy doses, such as from exercising and getting the sun (without burning), free radicals
improve your ability to fight off more oxidative stress. However, too much oxidative stress, such
as from mental stress or toxic exposure, can damage sperms and eggs.
Fortunately, the solution is rather delicious. This summer, visit a farmer’s market to pick up your
local produce or sign up for a Community Supported Agriculture box. Try as many new
vegetables and fruits as you can. Learn to make new salads and cook your vegetables in
different ways.

4) Chill out
Your reproductive functions work best when you are in rest and digest mode. Yet, it is too easy
to be constantly on and always have so much expected of ourselves. We have all gone to
school to learn and accomplish things, but we are not taught enough about how to wind down,
turn off, and just be.
If you are gearing up for fertility treatment or preparing for pregnancy, now is a great time to
develop a stress-busting routine. Meditation, yoga, dancing, or walking in nature are excellent
(and free) ways to reduce your stress. Regular spa or acupuncture treatments are also amazing
ways to recharge. It is also a great time to revisit your priorities, eliminate stressors, and
establish healthy boundaries.

5) Get sun and vitamin D
Summer has arrived. It is a great time to enjoy being outside, from gardening to hiking. Although
the sun gets a bad rep because it is associated with skin cancer, getting sun can actually boost
your fertility. Healthy levels of sun exposure (without getting sunburns) can reduce inflammation,
balance your immune system, and promote blood vessel health, all of which are important for
Many people only think of vitamin D as important for bone health and calcium absorption. But, in
fact, vitamin D is also essential for fertility and pregnancy. Studies have confirmed that healthy
vitamin D levels increases the odds of a successful pregnancy following IVF.
If you burn easily, be sure to use a non-toxic sunscreen. Also, the Dminder app has alarms that
can warn you to cover up before you burn. If you need to supplement, vitamin D3 form is better
than D2.

6) Get your shut-eye
Getting enough rest is an important part of preparing your body for a pregnancy. It can be hard
not to work, surf on social media, or watch TV late into the night, especially if you struggle to get
your “me” time during any other times of the day. But prioritizing sleep and your bedtime routine
is a worthy time investment. Restorative sleep helps reset your stress response and keep your
hormones balanced.
Allocate 1 – 2 hours to prepare yourself for bed. Create a sacred and relaxing bedtime routine.
You can spend this time taking a candlelit hot bath, reading a relaxing book, journaling, or
having sex (unless your doctor tells you not to). If you need to be on a screen or watch TV, use
blue-blocking glasses. These routines will help you get the most restorative sleep that will
support your fertility journey.

Getting fertility treatments and starting a family is an exciting, although very uncertain, journey.
You want all hands on deck to boost your chance of a successful pregnancy, and studies have
shown that the basics like these are very impactful.

If you are interested in learning more about integrative fertility, Dr. Shala Salem at PRC is an integrative fertility specialist who can help. Contact us today.


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Deciding to grow your family is an emotional, personal decision, but can sometimes met with challenges in the conception process. Traditional medicine has allowed for many advances that can assist women in this journey, but often fails to recognize the individuality of a woman. The practice of integrative medicine is a specialty practice that combines conventional medicine and select fields of natural medicine, and focuses on treating the whole person in mind, body, and spirit for optimal health. You may choose this approach in your fertility journey because it is more aligned with your beliefs, values, and philosophies about health. 

It’s a Partnership Between the Patient and the Practitioner

Integrative medicine seeks to work together with the patient in their current state toward common goals. There is open dialogue about any obstacles to lifestyle changes and the likelihood of complying with treatment guidelines before making recommendations. Sometimes, it’s agreed upon that certain conditions may be managed rather than cured as a goal. Both parties agree on the next steps, possible outcomes, and the likelihood of achieving various goals.   

Wellness for Fertility includes Mind, Body, and Spirit

Integrative medicine looks at the whole person. We are multidimensional, dynamic beings and all of our systems affect each other in profound ways. As an example, fertility issues might be caused by diet. Instead of approaching the treatment of a symptom, like anovulation perhaps which of course can be a factor, integrative medicine might explore outside influences of diet. Recommended practices focus on nutrition to help support ovulation. 

Conventional and Alternative Methods are Used to Help Your Body

Using a combination of therapies allows for integrative medicine to be as personalized as possible. Offering both traditional medicine and integrative techniques, affords patients the best options for them, their needs, and their lifestyle. 

In this collaborative relationship, patients are provided with education about how and why different systems work together and benefit from various therapies to continue making choices in their best interests and maintaining health. 

Integrative Medicine Based on Inquiry and New Paradigms

The practice of medicine is dynamic. It’s essential to have an innate sense of curiosity, observation, and investigation in integrative medicine. If something does not appear to be working as expected, other possibilities can be explored. 

How We Use This Model to Support Your Journey 

Dr. Shala Salem is trained in integrative fertility, where she participated in a fellowship at the University of Arizona with Dr. Andrew Weil. Most medical training lacks so much of the information about nutrition, mind body techniques, toxic exposures and how all of these things affect body functions, including our ability to conceive.  Dr. Shala made it her mission to bring all of these disciplines together to help women achieve optimal wellness healing their minds, bodies, and spirits.  Once put into practice these natural methods such as yoga, acupuncture, and healing foods support a pregnancy.

Remember, any of these steps alone may not lead to pregnancy success in a person struggling with infertility. Each and each set of circumstances is unique. We focus on integrative practice, weaving together the best options for you, your goal, and your lifestyle. If you are interested in a consultation to see if integrative techniques can further support your fertility journey, contact us today.

Learn an integrative approach to infertility

Planning to conceive can be exciting, overwhelming, or even stressful, depending on your unique circumstances.  Whether you are newly embarking on your fertility journey or have been experiencing infertility, a woman’s fertility can be impacted by lifestyle factors, so it is critical to provide your body with a balanced foundation for conception. 

Trying an integrative approach to fertility will help to optimize your body for pregnancy.  Integrative fertility means taking a whole-person approach to fertility; treating the body, mind and spirit to help you achieve well-being.  This approach combines conventional treatments with nutrition, mental health, acupuncture, meditation, yoga and toxin removal to optimize your body for fertility.

Integrative strategies can help you build confidence and feel strong as you prepare for pregnancy or fertility treatments.  By developing healthy habits prior to conception, you can take these habits into your pregnancy and parenthood to build a healthy family.  Research shows that using integrative approaches to improve physical and emotional well-being can help to improve quality of life, both for women who have not yet tried to conceive and for those undergoing fertility treatments. 

If you’d like to learn ways to improve your health from experts, consider enrolling in the new Fertility Foundations Course with Dr. Shala Salem.  This is a 4-week course led by:

  • Shala Salem, MD, Fertility Specialist
  • Zermina Akbary, BSN, RN, CHHC, Holistic Health & Fertility Nurse Consultant
  • Susana Marquez, LMFT, Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist
  • Beth Summerl, RN, Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) Instructor

This is a virtual program that is being offered at an introductory price. 

Learn more

Pacific Reproductive Center is open and our staff continues to provide care for our patients.  Please reach out to us with any questions you have regarding fertility care.

Effective April 13th, we will be able to see patients in-clinic for:

  • diagnostic testing
  • semen analysis
  • ultrasounds
  • blood tests
  • Clomiphene or Letrozole ovulation induction
  • frozen embryo transfers
  • intrauterine insemination

Though we are only able to see patients in – clinic for some treatments, we are offering Telemedicine and phone consultations to patients in lieu of in-person visits.  We are here to support you in your fertility journey.  Please call us to set up a consultation today.

Please note that there is a possibility of cancelation of your treatment if you develop symptoms of COVID-19, or you are exposed to anyone who develops symptoms, or has confirmed COVID-19.

We are currently following American Society of Reproductive Medicine for guidance on when we will open up dates for In Vitro Fertilization cycles.   However, we are currently helping patients prepare for their IVF cycles, so please call us to learn how we can help you prepare.

To ensure the safety of our patients and staff at our clinics we are following the steps listed below:

  • We are screening our patients on the phone prior to their appointments to identify potential risk of COVID – 19.  
  • We are screening our patients in-person prior to entry with temperature check, and symptom checklist.
  • Our staff is wearing masks in accordance with CDC guidelines and we are encouraging patients to wear masks.  
  • We are staggering our patients in such a way to avoid multiple patients in the waiting room.
  • Our staff is performing rigorous cleaning of our office multiple times a day to help reduce exposure.
  • We are not allowing any visitors who are not patients at this time.

 Please call our office before your appointment if you answer yes to any of the following, as we will need to re-schedule you:

  1. Have you traveled outside the country in the last 14 days ?
  2. Have you had any close contact with a person who was diagnosed with COVID or has had symptoms of fever, dry throat, cough, shortness of breath?
  3. Have you experienced any symptoms of fever, dry throat , cough, or shortness of breath?

  General Safety Guidelines

  • Wash hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds
  • Alcohol-based hand sanitizer is the next best option if soap and water is not available.
  • Avoid touching your face, eyes or mouth with unwashed hands
  • The CDC is now recommending wearing face masks when out in public, please make sure to put masks on and take masks off with freshly washed hands. 

This is a challenging time for all of us.  We will do our best to continue providing support any way we can.  Please contact us today if we can be of assistance to you.  Call us at 866-423-2645

At PRC, protecting the health and safety of our patients and staff is a top priority. During this time, we are following guidelines from the American Society of Reproductive Medicine to help stop the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19).

We are being asked to limit seeing patients in our clinic unless it is deemed medically necessary. However, we want to support our community in continuing to provide virtual support and education during this pandemic.

For past or existing patients, we are here to answer your questions. You can email us or set up a virtual visit.

For new patients, or those we have not yet met at our clinic, we want to help you to continue your fertility journey. To do this, we are offering free virtual consultations for all new patients. Also, for a limited time, we are offering $1000 off of a single-cycle fertility treatment for any new patient who receives a virtual consult by May 31st. No deposits are required for this offer, but some exclusions do apply. Contact us for details.

This is a challenging time for all of us.  We will do our best to continue providing support any way we can.  Please contact us today if we can be of assistance to you.  Call us at 866-423-2645

What to Expect with a Virtual Fertility Consultation

• Review your health history with an experienced clinical coordinator
• Discuss your medical records and assess treatment options
• Receive lifestyle tips for fertility from an integrative health specialist
• Get answers to your all of your questions about fertility treatment
• Meet with our Financial Coordinator to discuss payment options
• Leave with a customized plan for your fertility needs

Contact us today at (866)-423-2645

There are several factors that can impact your fertility, so the right time to see a specialist can vary for each individual.  Things to consider are your age, how long you’ve been trying to conceive, the frequency of your period, and your reproductive health history.  We put together a list of reasons to help you determine if it’s time to seek the help of a fertility doctor.

  1. You are under 35, have not used birth control for over 12 months or more and you have been actively trying to get pregnant.
  2. You are over 35, have not used birth control for 6 months or more, and you have been actively trying to get pregnant.
  3. You have an irregular period.  An irregular period means irregular ovulation, which will make it more difficult to conceive.
  4. You’ve experienced two or more miscarriages in the past.
  5. You have been diagnosed with endometriosis, PCOS, or have a past history of a sexually transmitted disease.
  6. You have a history of toxin exposure, such as radiation or chemotherapy.
  7. Your primary care physician or OB-GYN recommended you see a specialist.
  8. The semen analysis completed on your partner came back abnormal.
  9. You and your partner are unable to participate in regular intercourse because of Erectile dysfunction or pain during intercourse. 
  10. You do not have a partner at this time and are considering fertility preservation. 

So how do you find the right fertility specialist in your area?  Here is a simple checklist of what to look for:

  • A well-established practice 
  • Years of experience treating infertility
  • High success rates
  • Advanced reproductive technologies utilized in the practice
  • Customized treatment plans for each patient
  • In-house laboratory services

At Pacific Reproductive Center, we offer all of this.  We have been creating families for over 25 years, using high-tech, advanced treatments and customized, compassionate care.  We’d love to connect with you and learn if we can help you build your family.

Contact us today at (866)-423-2645 or email us here

PRC Presents:

Your Fertility & Environmental Toxins

Join Dr. Shala Salem for a discussion on an integrative approach to fertility.  Light bites and refreshments will be served.  We will have clean beauty giveaways and a make-up artist on site.

Attendees can receive a complimentary consultation.

Please RSVP as we will have limited seating.  Email lvaldez@prc-ivf.com or RSVP through our Facebook event here

Whether an issue involving the male is contributing to infertility or not, it is always advised that men have their semen analyzed when a woman is not getting pregnant naturally. After all, if the couple is seeking medical help for conceiving, a doctor will want to rule out any contributing issues from the male. It takes two to tango, as everybody knows.

What to expect with semen analysis

To produce a sample that can provide baseline results, the male is expected to refrain from ejaculating for two to five days prior to producing a test sample. The semen sample is then produced through masturbation and collected in a sterilized cup provided by a physician or by catching the semen in a specialized condom.

The sample must be analyzed within the hour, so the sample is often produced at the physician’s office in a private room. If done at home, the sample must be kept warm and still make it to a laboratory within the hour. It should be noted, as well, it is standard procedure to repeat the test after a month or more in order to confirm any findings.

What doctors look for with a basic semen analysis

Doctors can learn a lot from a semen analysis. Here’s what they look for from standard testing:

– Sperm count – the total sperm count and the number of sperm per millimeter (the density) of sperm are both of interest

–  Semen volume

–  Sperm vitality and motility – how well the sperm cells move

–  Sperm size and shape – to assess the number of healthy-looking sperm

–  Semen pH – normal is semen that is slightly alkaline

–  Sperm antibodies – presence of a protein that is unhealthy for sperm

–  White blood cells – which indicates an infection is present

–  Viscosity – the thickness of the semen

–  Coagulation v. liquidity – how fast the semen goes from a thick to a thin viscosity

What do the numbers mean?


The volume of semen tells doctors if there is enough sperm to promote normal conception. Small amounts of semen indicate small amounts of sperm. The normal range is between 1.5 and 5 milliliters of fluid per ejaculation.


Semen, when ejaculated, is a relatively thick substance. After about 20 minutes, it should become more liquid. If it does not, this might make it difficult for the sperm to reach the egg.

Sperm count and density

Normal sperm density is around 20 million sperm per milliliter. Below 15 million is considered an infertility risk. Above 39 million (total) per ejaculation is considered healthy.


This is measured by the percentage of actively moving sperm. An hour after the sample is produced, 40 percent or more of the sperm should still be active and moving in a straight line. They should also be moving at a reasonable speed.

The activity is graded 1 through 4 with 1 being inactive sperm and 4 being the most active. If the numbers are low, the lab will conduct a sperm viability test to determine the number of inactive (dead) sperm.

Sperm vitality is the percentage of live sperm. Above 58 percent is healthy.


In a healthy sample, at least 4 percent to 14 percent are deemed of “normal form” or NF. This is an analysis that looks at sperm shape, size, and length. Sperm is visibly defined as having a head, a midsection, and a tail. Abnormalities of these in large numbers can be the reason for infertility.

Semen pH

This tests alkalinity versus acidity. Normal is between 7.2 and 7.8 – slightly alkaline. Too low indicates an infection; too high indicates urine contamination or obstruction of ejaculatory ducts.

Fructose count

Fructose is sugar. Normal is close to 150 milligrams per deciliter or higher.

White blood cells

No more than 1 million cells per milliliter are considered normal.

Sperm antibodies

This is indicated by counts of how many sperms are joined together. Clumping in a consistent pattern suggest the presence of anti-sperm antibodies. Irregular clumping indicates a potential bacterial infection.

What next?

Various substances, including tobacco, caffeine, alcohol and several recreational and prescription drugs can affect sperm counts. Some herbal medications could be contributing factors, as well. All these factors should be discussed with your physician.

Additional tests

Doctors may also order additional tests to determine the cause of infertility if the first round of tests is inconclusive.  If you are interested in setting up a consultation at PRC to discuss infertility treatment, contact us today.

Premature Ovarian Failure is sometimes confused with premature menopause, but there is a basic technical difference. With premature ovarian failure, periods could be irregular, occurring just occasionally for several years. With premature menopause, ovulation stops altogether. The critical implication here is that with primary ovarian insufficiency, there is still a chance for a woman to become naturally pregnant, although the odds are certainly diminished.

It is likely, however, that some form of assisted reproductive technology could be used to help a woman become pregnant even when her ovaries are not functioning properly. One commonly used procedure is in vitro fertilization. 

Symptoms of premature ovarian failure include:

  • Irregular periods, including skipped periods
  • Difficulty conceiving
  • Night sweats
  • Hot flashes
  • Vaginal dryness
  • Difficulty concentrating
  • Lower sex drive 

When to See a Doctor 

If you miss your period for three months, it is advised to see a physician to find out why. Among other complications, this could be a sign of low estrogen levels, which can lead to bone loss.


Causes of Premature Ovarian Failure

While identifying what has caused a woman to experience premature ovarian failure is not always possible, there are some possible contributing issues you should discuss with your doctor. 

These are:

– Turner’s syndrome, which is marked by having one normal X chromosome and one altered X chromosome

– Fragile X Syndrome, marked by having X chromosomes that break

– Chemotherapy and radiation therapy

– Other toxins, including smoking, industrial chemicals

– Various viruses

– Auto-immune disorders in which the immune system attacks ovarian tissues

Risk Factors Include:

– Age, associated with ages 35-40

– Family history of premature ovarian failure

– Previous ovarian surgeries


Several tests and a physical, including a pelvic exam, could be required to diagnose premature ovarian failure. It is recommended that you discuss your options with a physician.  Contact PRC today if you are in need of fertility treatment, we are here to help.   

Visit Pacific Reproductive Center

Pacific Reproductive Center® is a world-class fertility center in Southern California. With more than 70 years of collective reproductive clinic experience diagnosing and treating infertility, PRC is a leading provider of IVF and fertility care.

PRC is easily accessible whether traveling from local communities including Los Angeles, Orange County, Riverside or points slightly further including San Diego, Temecula, Inland Empire and La Jolla

PRC Torrance
3720 Lomita Blvd, Suite 200 Torrance, CA 90505

PRC Glendale
116 E. Broadway, Suite 300 Glendale, CA 91205

PRC Irvine
10 Post Irvine, CA 92618

PRC Corona
381 Corporate Terrace Corona, CA 92879

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