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Acupuncture supports Natural Conception for both men and women

May 28, 2021

So you want to start a family? 

You’re about to embark on one of the most amazing journeys of your lifetime and it is proven that Acupuncture can help nurture your opportunity to starting a family.

If you are trying to conceive naturally and want to boost your chance of conception, Acupuncture can be supportive at the beginning as well as any stage of your journey. Choosing a holistic approach to fertility focuses on mind, body, and spirit, bringing about a natural state of balance, promoting good health, maximising your chance of becoming parents.

Acupuncture helps the regulating of fertility hormones and can increase blood flow to the reproductive organs. Acupuncture regulates ovulation and menstrual cycles in female fertility and helps male fertility by improving the health of sperm, count and motility

Not only is Acupuncture beneficial for couples who are wanting to start a family, it also helps prepare couples who are considering using assisted techniques.  It can also work for single women who are planning and wish to freeze their eggs; acupuncture will help stimulate the ovaries to produce as many follicles as possible.

Whatever your fertility journey, there are many motivations to choose Acupuncture therapy as part of your fertility plan and we would be delighted to help you explore all the possibilities.

Get in touch for a Free consultation and learn how Gaynor Grozier Acupuncture can support you with natural conception.

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