Hypnosis for Fertility

Struggling with fertility and feeling sadWhether you’re trying for your first baby or your fifth, it should be a time of joy. Unfortunately for some couples, it can become increasingly stressful. Whether it’s taking longer than planned or you’re aware of negative thoughts and feelings getting in the way, this can increase your stress levels and put undue pressure on your relationship. This in turn can make it more difficult to conceive. There can be a number of reasons why conception can take some time.  So if you’re already on the path of getting help with fertility and would like to enhance your chances of conceiving or you have had medical investigations that have been unable to find a medical reason for your infertility, Hypnotherapy can help.

Hypnotherapy can help with fertility problems by concentrating on the specific difficulties that you’re struggling with.  Fertility problems can come from a number of factors such as an altered menstrual cycle or hormone levels, a previous experience that has stayed with you and which you are unable to move on from, struggling with a past decision made at a different time in you life or simply have such a fear of childbirth itself that your body is protecting you from ever going through it.  Sometimes the pressure of conception is enough to cause stress levels to increase and your body to feel unable to cope with having a baby.  It seems ironic that the thing that you want most is stopping you from achieving it but sadly that’s how it sometimes happens.

If you think that any of this is sounding familiar or you’d simply like to find out more about how I can help with fertility problems, please contact me for further information or to make an appointment for your Free Initial Consultation here in my Practice in Lower Earley, Reading.

 

 

Berkshire Hypnotherapist and Counsellor

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