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Infertile Women Sing Acupuncture's Praises

The Tennessean,  Aug 9, 2011
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Brooke Akin underwent three rounds of artificial insemination at $3,000 a pop. She took fertility drugs that made her feel moody. Yet, after three and a half years of trying, she still wasn’t pregnant. Akin, 29, of Hermitage, says her doctor recommended that she undergo in vitro fertilization (IVF), which costs roughly $15,000. But after some initial skepticism, Akin decided to put modern medicine aside and try the ancient practice of acupuncture. She was pregnant after three months.

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