After months of medical intervention, some couples face a diagnosis of ‘unexplained infertility’ leaving them even more desperate and isolated than ever with no obvious next step.
I am passionate about helping those couples facing ‘unexplained infertility’, aiming to provide practical advice alongside helpful information and ways to improve the chances of conception.
Clients often tell me how frustrated they felt after their consultation with a fertility expert and that the experience left them feeling like they were ‘just another statistic’.
I am acutely aware of the struggles that many couples face in falling pregnant, each journey is a personal one and I endeavour to treat each case with the dignity and respect it deserves. Together we will discuss your journey so far and options to optimise your fertility, investigating all of the potential causes, after all, if you are not falling pregnant naturally, without careful investigation there is no guarantee that IVF and other medical interventions will help.
The world of infertility is vast, and can be overwhelming and sometimes a scary place. Very often my clients explain that they feel alone, as though ‘everyone’ else around them is pregnant and having babies naturally, yet they have been told that their journey won’t be as straightforward.
You may have been presented with IVF as the only available option, perhaps you have been told that your eggs or sperm are poor quality, perhaps you have a low ovarian reserve. It could be that you have already had rounds of unsuccessful IVF or perhaps you have experienced repeated miscarriages. Whatever the issue, the experience can be a very draining one. I have worked with countless couples who have experienced issues such as these, and have undertaken specific training to work with couples who are undergoing IVF. In these situations, reproductive reflexology can work alongside the IVF protocol, supporting each stage of the treatment programme as well as offering support at what can be a very difficult time.