Hi! My name is Lisa Stack and I’m the CNY Fertility Support Coordinator. I wanted to upload a quick video talking about Maya Abdominal Massage and IVF (In-Vitro Fertilization). If you’re pursuing an IVF cycle, Maya Abdominal Massage is absolutely available to you and is helpful in getting that wonderful, thick lining that we need for that embryo transfer. It also helps in getting good, healthy blood flow and working through any blockages or adhesions that you may have around your ovaries and keeping them nice, quiet, and healthy so that you can produce as many eggs as possible, and the biggest and healthiest are really important for both of those. Our Maya Abdominal Massage practitioners will walk you through the specific route that you need to take for your Maya Abdominal Massage for your maximum blood flow and the energy that is getting to your uterus and your ovaries.
Unlike an IUI cycle, it’s not as important to have the blockages removed from your fallopian tubes, but it is important to make sure that your fallopian tubes are clear just to be sure as the embryo is developing so there aren’t any challenges there. So it is helpful and important to be cognizant of your fallopian tubes while you are pursuing an IVF cycle. So, if you’re interested in Maya Abdominal Massage, absolutely take a look at our other videos and make an appointment with our practitioners. It does get some great healthy blood flow and some good energy and working through any blockages, adhesions, or tension that you may have in your uterus and in your ovaries. Again, we do not want you to do Maya Abdominal Massage after you have ovulated. After the egg retrieval, we want you to just relax and get ready for the embryo transfer. You’d begin at the beginning of your cycle all the way through egg retrieval. Those are some great times for you to spend time with yourself relaxing, focusing on your uterus, focusing on your ovaries, and the beautiful child you are trying to create.
If you have any questions, please let us know. We hope to hear from you!
Lisa Stack, Support Coordinator