Steaming is recommended prior to conception regularly for one year, in order to ensure that the womb is healthy and ready to conceive.
Optimal conception readiness occurs when someone has a menstrual cycle that is 28-30 days in length, a healthy four-day period that begins and ends with fresh red blood flow and has no signs of old menses.
Most people will be ready for conception with one year of weekly vaginal steam sessions, conducted by a practitioner or alone under the guidance and instruction of a practitioner.
On the other hand, if someone has vaginal infections or a womb dysfunction such as endometriosis, PCOS, polyps, infertility, cysts or fibroids, it is recommended to do a consultation with a Peristeam Hydrotherapist for an advanced steam plan that targets the underlying menstrual cycle imbalances.
Vaginal steaming can be used in tandem with fertility assistance as suggested by Reproductive Endocrinologist, Dr. Laurena White of The Eudaimonia Center. Your Peristeam Hydrotherapist can also assist with supportive fertility assistance practices.