Treating infertility with laser therapy is a fairly new thing in Denmark, however, some practitioners have had good results in treating couples with difficulties conceiving.

Since the GigaLaser was released in 2008, we have been seeing more and more “laser babies” in Denmark and abroad. That is, babies born by an otherwise infertile mother after treatment with laser therapy.

Especially in Japan, they have been studying the connection between improved fertility and laser therapy, and there is now documentation that laser treatment in even very low doses can help improve the quality of the man’s semen and the woman’s chances of getting pregnant.

Laser therapy and fertility

We recommend laser treatment for you if you have, or suspect that you have, the following symptoms:

Many of the above mentioned problems can be difficult to diagnose. Therefore, laser treatment is especially relevant if you are involuntarily childless without a known cause.

Treatment course

We recommend that you receive laser therapy 5-6 times in the weeks leading up to ovulation/In Vitro Fertilization (IVF). It can be beneficial to combine the laser treatment with other types of treatment. In general, women over 40 should always expect the need to be treated for a longer period of time and a lower success rate. We have experienced that most men will find that the quality of their semen has improved after only three treatments.

The GigaLaser is great for these treatments because it covers a large area of the body.

Read more about actual results from clinics in Denmark and Norway here.