Need Help With A Fertility Related Condition?

Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome

The most common cause of anovulatory infertility
Polycystic Ovary Syndrome is present in up to 1/3rd of
British women.
 Learn how we could help PCOS here.


Endometrial cells which are present in the pelvic cavity
cause both pain and inflammation. Endometriosis
impedes ovarian function impacting fertility.


Period pain can be a monthly ordeal for many women. 
Dysmenorrea can be directly linked with fertility critical
factors including reproductive organ blood supply.


If you are struggling to conceive or are receiving ART
treatment it can be a highly stressful time. Stress can
negatively impact chemical and hormonal functions.

Unexplained Infertility

A frustrating term diagnosis in western reproductive
medicine, unexplained infertility groups p
which are not readily defined by modern frameworks

Poor Egg Quality

Acupuncture and herbs could influence the quality of the
in which the egg develops.  Better supplied
eggs have the best chance to become a viable embryo.


A complete lack of or infrequent periods indicate
a dysfunction of the ovulation.  Acupuncture
may help to stimulate and regulate ovulation. 

Thyroid Dysfunction

Linked with low sperm count in men and infrequent
in women, both hyper and hypo thyroid
dysfunctions negatively impact fertility.  

Male Factor Infertility

Research shows that Sperm quality and mobility can be
improved by acupuncture. Learn more about how we
can help with male factor infertility here.


Many factors contribute to the chances of miscarriage in
the first weeks of early pregnancy. Research indicates
 acupuncture may reduce the risks in the first trimester.

Hormonal Imbalance

Research has seen that Acupuncture can help to regulate
hormone production. Hormones from the Hypothalamus
and the Pituitary have a direct impact on female fertility.

Fibroids & Polyps

Fibroids and Polyps can impair the implantation of the
fertilised egg or cause miscarriage. TCM is traditionally used to resolve uterine masses.

  • From start to finish I had a great experience with the Natural Health and Wellness Clinic. I was being treated with acupuncture to support IVF cycles. Martyn supported me through two cycles and offered a lot of advice, guidance and support through both. He always took time to explain the treatment and any alterations to support the cycle. I always felt a priority when fitting in appointments to fit my IVF schedule. Having used acupuncture before this was a totally different and positive experience. I would't hesitate to use the clinic again myself if required which is the best recommendation I can give. I'm currently pregnant with twins and I thank Martyn for his part in that.*

  • After a year of unsuccessfully trying to conceive, my partner and I decided to give acupuncture a try before moving on to the serious IVF process.  Martyn was very clear and calm in his approach, he gave us acupuncture treatments and herbs along with some changes to our diet and exercise over several months in what he called a preparation period.  The period pain I had experienced every month for as long as I can remember completely disappeared with the treatments and it must have been linked to our problems to start a family as after 5 months we were blessed with success!  I highly recommend Martyn at NHW, I don’t think our little girl would be here without him.*

  • I’ve only had acupuncture once before, but I felt completely at ease with Martyn. He was very thorough with my medical history and in assessing what needed to be worked on. He was also very happy to answer all of my questions. After the session and in the days following I noticed immediate improvements to my back and shoulder pain which I have been suffering with for some years. Martyn was professional, provided a clean, relaxing environment and results that really worked. I will definitely be using his services again.*

  • We contacted the natural health and wellness clinic after we researched acupuncture for IVF. We wanted to give ourselves the best chances of success in our last NHS treatment cycle. After talking to Martyn we started around two months before our transfer was due. Ten weeks later and we are pregnant! I was much more relaxed this time and acupuncture the day before and on the Sunday morning after my procedure seems to have done the trick. We are keeping everything crossed and continuing acupuncture treatments. I wish we had tried acupuncture earlier.*

    Rebecca & DanBath
Please Note - These are reports of personal experiences and do not constitute a guarantee of treatment success.