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Fertility & Women’s hormones

There’s nothing fun about painful periods, mood swings and irregular cycles.

When our hormones are out of balance, they can trigger a whole host of debilitating symptoms, which we often write off as “part of the deal”.

But just because they’re common, it doesn’t mean they’re normal. And it certainly doesn’t mean you can’t change them.

 

Hormonal conditions like endometriosis, polycystic ovaries, painful, heavy periods or loss of the menstrual cycle can all be supported by acupuncture. And, if you’re experiencing difficulty getting pregnant, acupuncture can target some of the causes at the root.

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Acupuncture for fertility

Infertility is on the rise with many couples struggling to conceive. Often test results show unexplained infertility which can feel, at best, frustrating and, at worst, completely devastating.

 

It can feel as if the process is completely out of your control. But you have more control over it than you think.

 

There are many different reasons for unexplained infertility, but a huge factor in modern life is stress.

 

With acupuncture for happier hormones and fertility, we can make sure you’re optimising your chances of conceiving naturally.

 

From supporting ovulation through diet and supplements, to lowering your stress levels and improving your sleep, ongoing acupuncture sessions can support you on your fertility journey.

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Acupuncture for perimenopause

Did you know? You can experience over 35 different symptoms when your hormones shift during perimenopause.

 

If you’re in your early 40s, you may be noticing some of them already: brain fog, hot flushes, muscle aches, low energy, a lack of libido. Even depression and anxiety.

 

They’re an inevitable part of the process, but they can be managed to make them less disruptive. Acupuncture can help to regulate your hormones during this time and help ease the symptoms you’re experiencing. So you feel like yourself again.

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