Acupuncture Chinese medicine and Infertility
Any of the problems below may lead to sub-fertility issues.
- Disorders of ovulation
- Polycystic ovary synndrome
- Tubal blockage
- Inflamation of the pelvic organs
- Implantation issues
Assistance with the conditions that may lead to sub-fertility is based on the the individual presentation of the patient. There is no standardised treatment of biomedical illness. Obviously some conditions may require more long term management or may not be suitable to treatment with acupuncture or herbs.
Patients will be given information on how to monitor their own fertility, and what they can do for themselves to improve their chances of conception. This may include referral to other practitioners such as nutritionists or counsellors.
Acupunture & Herbs For Womens Health
- breast distention
- mood swings
- heavy periods
- irregular period
- skipped periods
- premenstrual syndrome (PMS)
- hot flashes
- night sweats
- poor sleep
For women in menopause, hot flushes and night sweats can be greatly reduced to make this time of transition much more comfortable. Treatment focuses on stopping excessive sweating and restoring restfulness.
- low back pain
- morning sickness
- postpartum depression and exhaustion
During pregnancy many women have found acupuncture beneficial for a variety of problems, such as morning sickness and lower back pain. After childbirth, acupuncture and herbal medicine are very helpful in restoring and replenishing the new mother’s energy.
Miscellaneous Women’s Health
- vaginal discharge/thrush/candida