How to Use Acupressure to Complete a Miscarriage

By LeafTV Editor

Acupressure is believed to have been around since at least 300 B.C. There are numerous uses for acupressure. No one ever set out to find a way to cause a miscarriage with acupressure, but it turns out that there are points on the body that can increase a person's chance of having a miscarriage. If a person faces harsh health consequences by having a baby, but absolutely cannot afford an abortion, acupressure points can be used to possibly help.

Joining of the Valleys Pressure point
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How To Use Acupressure To Complete A Miscarriage

Use Acupressure to Complete a Miscarriage

Start by doing online research on the psychological effects of abortion and miscarriage. This step is not required, but will let you know all of the possible side-effects of completing this procedure.

Locate your Three Yin Intersection (Spleen 6). It is located on the inside of your lower leg. To find the point, put the four fingers of your opposite hand on the inside of your leg right above your ankle bone. Place your pinky at the tip of your ankle bone. The point is on the back of your shin bone after your index finger.

Take the eraser end of your pencil and apply pressure to the point that you just found on your leg. Apply constant pressure to this point for 2-4 minutes. Don't press lightly, but don't try to hurt yourself either. If you are hitting the right point, you could sense a change in your vision. Acupressure points usually have some effect on the face as well. If you don't feel anything, try pressing points around the first point you tried until you feel something in your face or your vision is effected. Make sure you're applying pressure to a point on the back of your shin bone, as this is where the Three Yin Intersection is.

Locate your Joining of the Valleys (Large Intestine 4). It is located on the top side of your hand. It is on the web between your thumb and index finger. To find this point, squeeze your thumb against the base of your index finger. Find the highest point of the bulge of the muscle. It will be level with the end of the crease between your thumb and index finger.

Apply pressure with the eraser of the pencil to the point once you find it. Once again, apply pressure to this point for 2-4 minutes. Again, do not press lightly, but don't hurt yourself either. Take the same steps you took in Step 3 to ensure you are pressing on the right point.

Apply pressure to these two points 3-5 times a day, everyday.