Acupressure or acupuncture treatments once a week during the course of a pregnancy can work "wonders" for mother and child.
My teacher, who explains the effects of UB 67 on a baby as making it uncomfortable, causing it to move around till its head is down, tells - from experience - that babies whose mothers have received acupressure once a week throughout the pregnancy have slept through the night within a week of birth. There are other benefits that I don't recall at the moment.
There are no special "pregnancy points" used during such treatments, "just" balancing the mother's energy as needed each week. Of course, forbidden points are avoided until they're no longer forbidden.
If affordability is an issue, one may be fortunate enough to have a community acupuncture clinic in ones area. They are run by LAc's and provide treatment at very low cost so that a much broader range of people can afford them.
Community acupressure clinics are now also beginning to arise.