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So I went to my first chiropractic visit this morning. I've never been to a chiropractor ever, even though one of my best friends is a chiro - she lives too far away and we have not see each other in so many years since she became a chiro. She has always told me how great chiropractic care cane be for people of all ages to just help with wellness. Well, I finally took her advice and went to one today and told him I am looking for help with my infertility. There are articles I have been reading up that day what my friend said, chrio's can help a woman's body align itself to be better ready for all things fertility related - ovulation, implantation, etc.
I was a little apprehensive about going to a chiro (I've heard all the horror stories of back cracking!), but this guy didn't do the big cracking, he did more pressure point adjustment. I was so worried I would be super sore afterwards, but I wasn't. I went back to work and felt all loose in my limbs a bit, haha, but otherwise was good. I have a follow up appt in two weeks, but I am definitely more open to it now. I know some ladies have had great luck with massages and accupuncture to relieve stress and help during their fertility process, but I am hopeful that for me some help will come from my chiropractor visits. Here's hoping!
Anyone else ever tried chiropractic care when they were ttc?
I went to the chiro with my Dh there were signs saying how it can help with"women problems" cuz nerves n d spine could be sitting on the nerves of your uterus. Something like that but for a full treatment its like almost 3000 dollars. My insurance don't cover that. I can use that towards ivf.
Yeah, it is always a decision on where to put our money. We are paying all out of pocket so we definitely have to pick and choose what we spend, but my chiro is only $40 a session vs more expensive options where I live for other things to "try" so we thought we would give this a try for a few visits. It sucks to have to pick and choose, but I definitely understand saving for IVF instead if my chiro charged that much!