Acupuncture Treatment for Menstrual Pain

Centennial, Colorado 

How Acupuncture helps Treat Menstrual Pain

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Increases blood flow and overall circulation.

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Balances hormone levels safely.

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Lowers stress and anxiety.

Acupuncture Treatment for Menstrual Pain

Centennial, Colorado 

How Acupuncture helps Treat Menstrual Pain

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Increases blood flow and overall circulation.

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Balances hormone levels safely.

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Lowers stress and anxiety.

“If you suffer from menstrual issues, Fung Fung is the woman to see!” - Jacquelyn R.

Acupuncture for Women’s Health

About 8 out of 10 women have reported experiencing menstrual pain, with many suffering from a range of severe symptoms such as intense cramps, headaches, migraines, mood swings, etc. Menstrual cramps and pain can feel so overwhelming that it leaves some bedridden during their menses. Furthermore, excruciatingly painful periods can indicate a more serious underlying health condition, such as endometriosis or uterine fibroids.

Acupuncture Treatment for Menstrual Pain

Acupuncture Treatment for Menstrual Pain:

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Provides natural pain relief for menstrual cramps

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Helps regulate periods, allowing your body to maintain a relatively routine menstrual cycle

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Stimulates healthy blood flow, reducing stress levels and improving hormonal imbalances

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Assists in cases of patients experiencing menstrual migraines

Acupuncture and Women’s Health

Centennial, Colorado

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Common Menstrual Conditions We Treat

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Endometriosis

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Uterine Fibroids

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Premenstrual Syndrome (PMS)

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Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS)

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Heavy or irregular periods

Women’s Health Acupuncture

Routine sessions can help your body:

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Increase overall circulation to the uterus

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Maintain homeostasis within the body

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Naturally balance hormone levels

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Calm the nervous system and reduce inflammation

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Manage additional symptoms such as headaches, nausea, vomiting, fatigue, and diarrhea

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Address PMS-related irritability and anxiety

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Decrease breast tenderness and joint/muscle aching

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Ultimately relieve menstrual pain and cramps

Acupuncture and the Menstrual Cycle

FAQ

When in your cycle should you get acupuncture?

Phases of MenstruationEffects of Acupuncture
Days 1-5: MenstruationTreatments help reduce intense cramping, pain, migraines, agitation, mood swings, constipation, and other unpleasant menses-related symptoms.
Day 6: Pre-OvulationAside from improving uterine and ovarian blood flow, acupuncture can also assist with egg maturation and endometrium lining development during this phase.
OvulationSome of our patients have experienced ovulation-related symptoms including abdominal cramps, bloating, nausea, and breast tenderness. Many have found significant relief within 2-3 months of starting treatments at Lim Acupuncture Clinic.
Post-OvulationAcupuncture during this phase depends on whether the patient has plans to achieve a pregnancy.

If pregnancy is your goal: Acupuncture treatments will focus on assisting with fertility and implantation.

If pregnancy is not your goal: Acupuncture treatments will focus on regulating body functions, minimizing PMS symptoms, and preparing the body for the next cycle.

Source: Can acupuncture regulate the menstrual cycle? – Women’s Health Melbourne

Can acupuncture induce your period?

Typically, acupuncture treatments do not induce periods themselves. Acupuncture is known for reducing unpleasant symptoms and regulating cycles. In patients with abnormal or absent periods, acupuncture treatments can help reinstate healthy, regular cycles.

Source: Can Acupuncture Induce Your Period? | Breeze Academy

Can acupuncture delay your period?

While acupuncture remains effective for diminishing menstrual pain and regulating cycles, it has not been known to cause period skips or delays in patients.

Is acupuncture effective for endometriosis?

A series of scientific studies indicate that acupuncture can be effective in mitigating pain and symptoms associated with endometriosis, as acupuncture normally plays a key role in enhancing overall blood flow and reducing inflammation.

Source: Does Acupuncture for Endometriosis Work?

How many sessions of acupuncture do you need for endometriosis?

This often depends on the individual, their symptoms, and their unique medical history. Acupuncture sessions typically work best with multiple sessions of treatment and a consistent schedule. Many of our patients usually begin to notice a major difference after 1 to 2 months of treatment. Schedule an initial consultation if you have specific questions regarding your condition and find out how we can help.

Can acupuncture delay menopause?

While more scientific research needs to be conducted as to whether acupuncture can directly delay menopause, acupuncture is known to be effective at minimizing many of the unpleasant associated symptoms, such as hot flashes, hair loss, fatigue, and insomnia. Additionally, acupuncture has also been known to stabilize mood changes, memory, and mental focus in menopausal adults.

Our Client Reviews

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Such an Amazing Practitioner

“Fung Fung is such an amazing practitioner. I have struggled with period cramping for as long as I can remember. After being treated the first time, my cramps were significantly better. They continued to improve with regular visits… If you suffer from menstrual issues, Fung Fung is the woman to see!”

Jacquelyn R.

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Highly Recommend Her

“Fung Fung was very thorough and thoughtful on my first acupuncture treatment with her. She listened to all of my concerns and addressed each one. During the treatment, I didn’t feel it when she inserted the needles and I felt relaxed and much better afterwards. Fung Fung was very personable and caring. I would highly recommend her.”

VM

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So Comforting and Listens to Your Needs

Have been coming here for three years! Dr Fung Fung is amazing and is well educated on what she does. She is so comforting and listens to your needs. You will love coming and won’t be disappointed with the results.

Karrie M.