It took Parma native Tami Quinn more than a year and several courses of potent drugs to get pregnant — and she feels lucky.

Quinn, 43, felt alone, scared and unsure of herself. So after her children were born — she had twins in 1997 — she decided to quit her corporate job and start helping women who were trying to get pregnant to relax. In 2002, she co-founded Pulling Down the Moon, a holistic fertility center that offered mostly yoga and meditation. Acupuncture, nutrition and massage soon followed…

Growing evidence shows that treatments such as acupuncture, massage and yoga have a place in the treatment of infertility, increasing the likelihood of pregnancy and reducing the overall stress and anxiety associated with the process so that couples can stick with treatment.

Cleveland.com, Northeast Ohio, Sept. 15
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