Laser Medicine specialises in Therapeutic Laser for reproductive health, and we have helped many people extend fertility above the age of 35, largely due to stimulation and regeneration of the reproductive organs through a process of photobiomodulation. Application of wavelengths within the Infrared / Near Infrared range of visible and invisible light (600-1000nm) applied at a low power (Class 3b and Class 4 Therapeutic laser) can promote good reproductive health because of the rejuvenating effect of these light wavelengths when applied at an appropriate dose and frequency.

Clinical research shows that Low Level Laser Therapy (LLLT) also known as Photobiomodulation Therapy (PBMT) can improve the function of the gonads (ovaries and testes) because of a natural uplift in production levels of essential sex hormones such as oestrogen, progesterone and testosterone. Interestingly this uplift of essential sex hormones can also help women who are in their perimenopause and menopause, because it is not just fertility that benefits from good ovarian function. Sex hormones are produced well into our later years, so higher levels of oestrogen, progesterone and testosterone positively impact health outcomes during our middle and older age too. Therapeutic laser for reproductive health is increasingly becoming a go-to bio hack for menopausal women as much as it is for women and men over 35 who wish to extend their fertility window.

Improved function of the gonads is essential for:

  • Fertility and conception for men and women over 35 years old.
  • Improved ovarian function for women during perimenopause and post menopause to supports youthful ageing.

We have developed therapeutic laser for reproductive health protocols to assist in the treatment of both conditions, and see visible evidence of a rise in the sex hormones after treatments.

Therapeutic Laser for reproductive health and fertility

Therapeutic Laser for reproductive health, is also known as Red Light Therapy or Photobiomodulation Therapy (PBMT). It has become a key component of a fertility rejuvenation programme because it is has proven successful in various clinics worldwide as an IVF ancillary treatment. Success rates have proved as high as 65% for patients who have failed to fall pregnant many times before using various methods of TTC. Furthermore, laboratory studies have repeatedly shown the effectiveness of Low Level Laser Therapy for Fertility due to enhanced mitochondrial activity and ATP production, increased blood flow and the reduction of oxidative damage, promoting the energetic value of the developing embryo in early stages.

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Therapeutic Laser for reproductive health and menopause

Therapeutic Laser for reproductive health can also improve ovarian function in the production and maintenance of sex hormones during menopause and the lead up to menopause (perimenopause) when sex hormone production begins to drop. This drop in sex hormone production leads to a number of symptoms which can be improved with the application of Therapeutic Laser.

Energy levels and stamina

We regularly see an increase in sex hormones after a therapeutic laser treatment, which will have a positive impact on energy and stamina, including sex drive, all of which can drop during the menopause. Therapeutic Laser creates hormesis which is a low-dose temporary metabolic stress that leads to anti-inflammatory and antioxidant responses in the cells. Hormesis creates the same body response as exercise, which leads to an improvement in cellular health, a boost in immunological response, reduced inflammation and cell regeneration.

Improved circulation and skin

Therapeutic Laser promotes angiogenesis which is the production of new blood capillaries within a targeted area. As a result circulation and blood flow is increased, which is great for alleviating many menopausal symptoms such as muscle and joint pain, skin laxity and even hair loss.

Genitourinary syndrome (GSM)

A drop in oestrogen can impact the vaginal tissue and lead to a condition called genitourinary syndrome (GSM) which includes itching, dryness and burning and pain during sex. Recent research suggests that Red Light Therapy can help treat GSM because it promotes the natural stimulation and production of elation and collagen, and strengthen the urethra and vaginal lining.

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About Laser Medicine

Laser Medicine is a member of the following professional bodies:

  • British Medical Laser Association (BMLA).
  • Complementary Medical Association (CMA).

For more information on the Laser Medicine London, Harley Street Fertility Clinic and Therapeutic Laser for Fertility Services.

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