6 Acupressure Points For Blocked Fallopian Tubes

Fertility can be complicated, especially since there are so many factors involved in maintaining our reproductive health. I struggled with fertility, but the notion of hormonal treatments and surgical options were too daunting. I made the personal choice to treat my body with natural methods primarily, and in my research on alternative treatments, I stumbled across a possible cause of my issue with infertility. A fallopian tube obstruction can complicate the transportation of a healthy egg and inhibit its ability to be fertilized, so I decided to try a fertility massage, including acupressure points for blocked fallopian tubes.

When this was combined with healthy life choices and an understanding of my reproductive cycle, my fertility issues finally faded away. While everyone’s journey to reproductive health is different, adding these acupressure points for blocked fallopian tubes to any self-care or medical routines can have a positive impact on your physical wellbeing.

Does Acupuncture Work For Blocked Fallopian Tubes?

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Since reproductive health can be a taboo topic, it is not unusual to wonder, “can acupressure help blocked fallopian tubes?” The answer to this question can be found in ancient Chinese medicine, where acupressure was used as a fertility massage. Acupressure and acupuncture have been proven as effective treatments for a number of conditions, and it is no different for reproductive concerns. While acupressure doesn’t come with a guarantee, it has been known to be effective in boosting reproductive health. Studies have shown that acupressure for blocked fallopian tubes can cause a number of beneficial changes, including an improvement in hormonal balance and ovarian function.

Can Acupuncture Clear Blocked Fallopian Tubes?

Acupressure for blocked fallopian tubes has been the direct focus of some acupressure treatment studies. These tests included a form of acupressure known as electroacupuncture and it was effective as a fertility massage treatment for a woman who dealt with infertility as a result of blocked fallopian tubes. Acupressure makes this method of treatment easily accessible, so you can enjoy its benefits from home.

Acupoint: Ren-4 (Other Names: The Conception Vessel-4/Guan Yuan/Origin Pass)

Ren 4 is aptly noted as part of the conception vessel since it acts as a direct line to female reproductive health. This point is often used as one of the best acupressure points for menopause because it improves blood flow in the abdomen and even helps with painful menstruation, which is precisely why it also helps with fallopian tube obstruction.

This healing and recovery point can be found four finger widths directly below the belly button. Its proximity to the belly button means this point lays directly over a very sensitive area of the body, so it is best to apply gentle pressure and you can even add a clockwise rubbing motion to make this point more like a fertility massage and to help get the blood flowing.

Acupoint: Ren-6 (Other Names: The Conception Vessel-6/Qi Hai/Sea of Qi)


This point is commonly used when it comes to acupressure for bloating, but it is also helpful for relieving inflammation and cell regrowth in the fallopian tubes. When this point is activated, it increases blood flow to the area below the belly button, and with all of that healthy blood flow comes natural healing properties for any fallopian tube obstruction.

You will want to apply gently yet firm pressure two finger-widths directly below your belly button to activate this point. Your abdomen will thank you as your reproductive tract heals, bloating dissipates, and you are relieved of any general abdominal pain in the area around your belly button.

Acupoint: LI-4 (Other Names: Large Intestine-4/He Gu/Joining Valley)

He Gu

If you are experiencing discomfort in your abdominal region that is related to blocked fallopian tubes, it can be helpful to practice acupressure on other related yet distant parts of the body. LI-4 is one such point, and it has made the list for acupressure points for blocked fallopian tubes because it spreads invigorated energy throughout the body.

This point is located in the muscle of the skin webbed area between your pointer finger and thumb. You can apply a pinching pressure with your other pointer finger and thumb for around five minutes on both hands for best results. As an added bonus, your skin will glow from this point as it is also an acupressure point for face pimples.

Acupoint: Liv-3 (Other Names: Liver-3/Tai Chong/Supreme Rush)

Acupoint: Liv-3 (Other Names: Liver-3/Tai Chong/Supreme Rush)

These acupressure points for blocked fallopian tubes have the power to generate warmth in the body as it spreads vibrant energy and healthy qi. These aspects along with its recognition as acupressure to balance hormones, give Liv-3 the ability to improve the regulation of any hormonal imbalance and clearing of fallopian tube obstruction.

Liv-3 is the foot equivalent of LI-4. By that, I mean that the point falls in the area between the big toe and the second toe, right where the bones of these toes would meet in the foot. Much like the previous point, it is also beneficial to activate Liv-3 twice daily with firm pressure for about five minutes each time.

Acupoint: ST-36 (Other Names: Stomach-36/Zu San Li/Leg Three Miles)

Acupoint: ST-36 (Other Names: Stomach-36/Zu San Li/Leg Three Miles)

A lack of blood flow can lead to a variety of conditions, which is why this acupressure point for psoriasis is also highly effective as acupuncture for blocked fallopian tubes. When you activate ST-36, blood flow is improved, which helps to heal health issues like lower pregnancy rates from blocked fallopian tubes.

You will find ST-36 on either leg, approximately four finger widths below the base of the knee cap and towards the outer part of the leg. Here you will feel a slight depression between bone and muscle, where you should apply firm pressure in the form of a fertility massage twice daily.

Acupoint: SP-6 (Other Names: Spleen-6/San Yin Jiao/Three Yin Intersection)

Acupoint: SP-6 (Other Names: Spleen-6/San Yin Jiao/Three Yin Intersection)
Acupoint: SP-6 (Other Names: Spleen-6/San Yin Jiao/Three Yin Intersection)

SP-6 is generally easy to find and activate, as it sits four finger widths directly above the inner protrusion of the ankle bone. Once you find this point, you should apply gentle pressure for five minutes while working to resolve your worries and clear your mind of stress.

This may be a popular acupressure point for hives, but it is also an amazing treatment for fertility issues. This is because SP-6 activates many of the major organs in the abdomen, including the spleen and liver, which are necessary for providing healthy blood flow and cleansing the body of waste that could cause blockages. This point can be a big help when it comes to painful menstruation and fallopian tube blockages.

Author: P. Sze

P. Sze P. Sze is the founder of TCM Tips and Dragon Acupuncture®. She graduated from the National University of Singapore with a first-class honor in Civil Engineering. S he also holds a master’s degree in Engineering and is the brain behind the innovative TCM products of Dragon Acupuncture®. She is the author of The Beginner's Guide to Auricular Therapy: Application of Ear Seeds (ISBN 978-1520451398) and Facial Gua Sha - Fight the Signs of Aging Naturally and Inexpensively (ISBN 978-1980678922). She has dedicated her life to ensuring that the complex theories behind oriental medicine and the seemingly dangerous techniques that involve needles and fire do not scare you from trying oriental medicine. This is why she writes endlessly about acupressure and its countless health and wellness benefits.

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