Are you trying to conceive or planning to in the future?

Whether you are actively trying to conceive, or planning for the future, we care about your reproductive health and want to help, and support, you through this first step into parenthood.

Our practice, located in Berkeley, specializes in supporting individuals and couples struggling with fertility challenges, including those with unique fertility circumstances such as same-sex couples, transgender couples, and single parents. 

We use acupuncture, herbal medicine, and functional medicine to help improve your reproductive health which may include:

  • Normalize the hypothalamic-pituitary-ovarian axis for regular and predictable ovulation.
  • Reduce stress hormone production that interferes with ovulation and progesterone production.
  • Improve blood circulation to your ovaries and uterus, thus optimizing the quality of both your eggs and endometrial lining, supporting follicle maturation, conception, and embryo implantation.
  • Improve pregnancy rates in those utilizing intra-uterine insemination (IUI) and in-vitro fertilization (IVF).

Our practitioners are experienced in treating a range of reproductive health conditions. We treat diminished ovarian reserve, polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS), endometriosis, and many other conditions. 

Have you tried to conceive without assistance and haven’t been successful? 

We can provide treatment and guidance towards appropriate and timely interventions. If you are male identifying, we offer the same. 

Are you planning to conceive, or are already trying? 

We recommend using basal body temperature (BBT) charting as a useful tool in identifying potential fertility challenges. You can find links to our articles below. 

To learn more about how we can support your reproductive health through acupuncture 

and other techniques, contact us today!

Optimizing Fertility Part I: Basal Body Temperature Charting

Optimizing Fertility Part II: Analyzing Your BBT Chart in the Follicular Phase

Optimizing Fertility Part III: Analyzing Your BBT Chart in the Luteal Phase