For the latest research from 2018, you can read my referenced blog article here

Although earlier systematic reviews found that evidence for the effectiveness of Acupuncture used to support IVF or other assisted reproductive technology was “unclear”, a more recent systematic review by Qian et al 2016 found that
“Based on an analysis of the studies, Acupuncture improves the CPR [clinical pregnancy rate] among women undergoing IVF.”

Shen et al 2015 found that “Acupuncture is ineffective when used only on the day of oocyte retrieval but effective when used on the day of embryo transfer ”

Though a singular Randomised Control Trial isnt as strong a piece of evidence as a systematic review, this RCT from Westergaard et al 2006 found “Acupuncture on the day of ET significantly improves the reproductive outcome of IVF/ICSI, compared with no acupuncture.”

In a systematic review of 4 high quality RCT’s, Jo et al 2017 found “Acupuncture may increase the clinical pregnancy rate and ongoing pregnancy rate and decrease the risk of ovarian hyperstimulation syndrome in women with PCOS undergoing IVF or intracytoplasmic sperm injection”