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What is the Best Time to Get Acupuncture for Fertility?

What is the Best Time to Get Acupuncture for Fertility?

Fertility treatment is very common. In fact, as many as three in every five women require some type of fertility treatment or help in order to get pregnant. Acupuncture has become one of the most popular natural fertility aids. Fertility acupuncture can complement other fertility treatments you may already be receiving. If you struggle to get pregnant, thousands of people have found that acupuncture helped their bodies in the process of conception – and it could be the method that helps you.

What is the Best Time to Get Acupuncture for Fertility?

Here’s everything to know about why acupuncture is one of the best natural fertility aids in the world, and when you should consider it.

Professional Acupuncture

Acupuncture is a specialized natural treatment. It’s safe to say that you should trust only trained and certified professionals. While it’s not the best note to start on, there are unfortunately many untrained people masquerading as professional acupuncturists. These people do a lot more harm to the legitimacy of traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) practice than good.

Before an appointment, always do extra research and check that your acupuncture specialist is trained, registered, and legitimate.

Acupuncture for Fertility

Research shows that acupuncture can be one of the best natural treatments for fertility. People who have undergone fertility treatments have reported success after acupuncture. It is also important to note that acupuncture does not interfere with any normal fertility treatments.

There’s almost no danger with acupuncture treatments for fertility, as long as you see a trained and qualified professional acupuncturist.

Are you looking for ways to complement your current fertility medical treatment? Acupuncture has worked for thousands of people and it could help you too! Let’s discuss some of the benefits of acupuncture for fertility.

The Benefits of Acupuncture for Fertility

One of the top benefits of acupuncture is that it’s not just useful as a fertility treatment. Acupuncture will also help your general health and immune system function better by increasing blood flow and lowering stress levels.

Numerous studies show acupuncture as being an effective treatment for pain relief as well. There are other benefits that could be useful to your body if you should conceive with success.

Acupuncture can do more than just increase the likelihood that you will conceive. Regular acupuncture treatment can also help your body reduce inflammation and heal conditions like arthritis with just a few regular treatments.

When is the Best Time to Start?

In many cases, the best time to get acupuncture for fertility could be close to your body’s natural menstrual cycle.

Successful acupuncture treatment works best when completing them in several sessions. Therefore, the first session does not always as big of an impact if you fail to follow through with all of your sessions.

A trained, professional acupuncture specialist can give you the direction you need to start at the correct time. They will also help guide you on the best intervals to continue sessions based on how your body responds to them.

Everyone has a different internal clock. Therefore, it is best to talk with your fertility acupuncture professional to establish the best time to book your first session.

Southlake Natural Family Wellness

Our mission is to support the health and well-being of our patients by offering individualized, comprehensive holistic care including acupuncture, herbal recommendations, customized nutritional counseling, allergy elimination (NAET), whole food supplements, lifestyle suggestions, moxibustion, and cupping, as well as helping couples get pregnant and STAY pregnant by supporting all the paths to conception.

About Farrah Hamraie

Farrah Hamraie, L.Ac, MOM, Dipl.OM (NCCAOM), is licensed and board-certified in Acupuncture and Herbal medicine in the State of Texas with a Masters of Oriental Medicine from the Dallas College of Oriental Medicine. She is also a Diplomat of NCCAOM (the National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine), a Board Certified Acupuncturist, Chinese Herbalist, and a member of the American Association of Oriental Medicine.