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    Default Acupuncture in Brisbane

    Hi all,
    Does anyone know of a good fertility acupuncturist in Brisbane? Andrew Orr is the only one I've heard of but I'm looking for someone else.

    Thanks


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    yes i would suggest seeing someone other then andrew, had a very bad experience with that mob, they are just money hungry.

    I went to and recommend Belinda at Newstead Holistic Medicine on Breakfast Creek Rd. She is wonderful.

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    Thanks TwoMums,
    Good to hear I'm not the only one with that point of view. Your experience sounds similar to mine. I am steering clear for the same reason. Thanks for the tip about Belinda. I will look her up.

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    Oh sorry i got her first name wrong, her name i Rebecca Maitland, not Belinda, god knows where i got that name from...i'm 6 days post IUI, so my mind is all over the shop in la la land... Just google Newstead Holistic Medicine and their website will pop up straight away...

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    Thanks! Do you know if she will just do acupuncture for fertility or does she want to do the whole herb thing too. I am actually seeing a naturopath for herbs so I'm just after acupuncture.
    (Sorry, don't know what IUI is, excuse my ignorance. But hope you get good news on the 5th)

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    yes she only did accupuncture on me, she did want me to use the herbs, but i told her my doctor didnt want me to use herbs as it could throw out his blood test results etc, she was surprised by that, but totally supported in what i wanted to do, or did not want to do as was the case... IUI is Intra Uterine Insemination...where they inseminate you by placing a cannula through the cervix, high up into the uterus.

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    Thanks TwoMums! And best of luck!

    SusanT

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