I love ACOGV. I do. I found so many answers to my questions regarding women’s health. And such warmth!
Oh wait, you thought I meant ACOG as in American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists! Um, no way–not ever.
No, I love Acupuncture Center of Greenville! Today I had my first experience with acupuncture. Cassandra Nelson spent time answering my questions about how acupuncture can help women during pregnancy, birth, and postpartum. She looked at my tongue and drew a picture of it; which I promptly demanded to see. My hubby and child (long tonguers) make fun of my short tongue and have thereby created a tongue “issue.”
I was nervous. I didn’t even feel the first two needles. I felt a few but it wasn’t painful. The two in my ear were unpleasant but not unbearable. Then the best part: she left me in the dark room with relaxing music. I felt warm and heavy. I left feeling as great as when I get a massage.
Cassandra was professional and knowledgeable. Now, does anyone know what a pale tongue indicates?