Some of the Common Acupuncture points  to induce labor:

Hegu (LI4)

Sanyinjiao (Sp6)

GB 21

Points on the sacrum

UB 32

UB 60

UB 62

Kid 1

Some of the Common Acupuncture points contraindicated in pregnancy:

GB 21
Hegu (LI4) – located on top of hand in the fleshy area between the thumb and index finger.

Sanyinjiao (Sp6) – located three fingers above the medial malleolus (inner ankle bone).

Point on the low back: UB 31 thru UB 34

Point on the lower abdomen: CV 2 thru CV 7 

Point on the abdomen: CV 9 - CV 15

Points on the sacrum

Some of the Common Acupuncture Points used During Pregnancy:

Neiguan (P6) – 'morning sickness and motion sickness point'

Location: Two fingers above the inner wrist.

Function: Calms the mind, harmonizes the stomach.

Indication: This is THE point for nausea and vomiting. It is also one of the most relaxing acupuncture points and is used for both insomnia and anxiety.

Zhubin (K 9) – 'beautiful baby point'

Location: Above the medial malleolus (inner ankle bone), right below the calf muscle.

Function: Calms the mind, builds or tonifies blood.

Indication: Good for hypertension, fear, anxiety, nightmares, and mental disorders.

Ren/CV 17