Fertility & Hyperbarics

According to the World Health Organization, Infertility, and sub-fertility "affect a significant proportion of humanity." Data from the CDC shows that in the U.S alone, 6.1 million women ages 15-44 have difficulty getting or staying pregnant.

Difficulties with conception are not just limited to females, there are multiple factors that determine the ability to get pregnant. Data shows that the factors of infertility are split evenly between female factors, male factors and a combination of both male and female issues or unidentifiable concerns.

Currently, many of the options for people wanting to become pregnant include costly procedures and/or hormone altering drugs that come with significant side effects and high costs. Recent studies show the potential of another non-invasive option, hyperbaric therapy.

Hyperbaric Therapy & Vascularization:

  • Creates New Blood Vessels
  • Provides Adequate Vascularization of the Endometrium
  • Enhances Arterial & Venous Blood Flow 

Female Fertility

  • Decreases Inflammation Caused by Endometriosis
  • Improves Endometrial Oxygenation
  • Improves Ovarian Angiogenesis
  • Stimulates Cell Division of Basal Endometrium
  • Thickens the Endometrium

Male Fertility

  • Decrease in Sperm DNA Fragmentation
  • Improvement in Sperm Velocity
  • Improves Erectile Function
  • Increase in Sperm Count
  • Increase in Sperm Mobility


Assisted Reproductive Treatments with Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy in Male Infertility Read More

HBOT and in Vitro Fertilization—A Pilot Study Read More

Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy Provides Fertility Support for Women with Thin Endometrium Read More

Hyperbaric Oxygenation as a Possible Therapy of Choice for Infertility Treatment Read More