Women usually come in to us seeking Acupuncture to bring on labour from the first day of their due date. You can come in before your due date for labour preparation treatments, this include things like turning a breech baby to the correct position, cervix ripening, you can even get acupuncture to help with things like restless legs or to help reduce swelling in hands and ankles, etc.. See below section of How often should you get Acupuncture to bring on labour.
This is generally not recommended and be wary of anyone offering to induce you earlier than your due date, they may just be after a quick buck & may not be putting the health & safety of you & your baby first. You want to be sure that baby is ready, so talk to your doctor and get the ok from them if you are looking to be induced early.
Sometimes all you will need is one treatment to get things moving along, sometimes more than one treatment per week is useful. How often you will need Acupuncture to bring on labour actually varies from woman to woman, the reason being that every woman & their baby presents in their own unique situation. Some women who come in are on their due date, some are well over their due date. Some women’s cervix is not yet favourable, some are. Sometimes baby’s head is engaged, sometimes not. If you do need Acupuncture to bring on labour more than once a week, there is good news price wise if you come to our clinic-see below.
We only charge 60 euro. And the even better news is that if you need Acupuncture to bring on labour more than once a week to get things moving along, we will only ever charge you for one appointment per week no matter how many times you come in for treatment, it’s our way of giving back and supporting women in the pursuit of starting labour naturally. There are far too many medical inductions in our opinion and we want to help change the number of medically induced labours with our Acupuncture to bring on labour.
Limerick Acupuncture to bring on labour: Louise Ryan at Cherry Blossom Acupuncture Clinic
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Today is the start of the Chinese New Year 2015 festival marking the start of the new year. It begins on the second new moon after the winter solstice and ends on the full moon fifteen days later. It is also referred to as the Lunar New Year. It is celebrated by visiting with family and friends, having special meals, fireworks displays and gift giving.
According to Chinese astrology, each year, starting from the Chinese Lunar New Year, is associated with an animal sign. These rotate over a 12-year cycle. 2015 is the year of the Goat, so any babies born in this year will be associated with the Goat: “People born in a year of the Goat are generally believed to be gentle, mild-mannered, stable, sympathetic, amicable, and brimming with a strong sense of kind heartedness and justice. They are very strong creatively, and they have perseverance, and they acquire professional skills well. Although they look gentle on the surface, they are tough on the inside, always insisting on their own opinions in their minds. They have strong inner resilience and excellent defensive instincts.”
There are some Chinese New Year 2015 activities and celebrations taking place around Dublin this week. There is everything from Chinese Astrology Readings to Chinese cooking demonstrations to art exhibitions. There is also a Chinese New Year 2015 Carnival taking place this Sunday the 22nd from 12:00 to 5:00pm. It is taking place at Meeting House Square in Temple Bar, Dublin. There will be authentic Chinese performances with Dragon and Lion Dances, Tai Chi and Martial Arts displays, special traditional music and dance entertainment along with karaoke singing. There will also be a cookery demonstration hosted by Asia Market and a number of Food and Asia Craft stalls. Click here for more information on the Carnival. And click here for more information on the many and varied celebrations taking place this week.