Fertility Issues: When Conception Becomes Difficult
Knight, MIFR, MICHT (ARP), MIIHHT, BCMA Reg, Reiki Master
experience, I have found that a combination of things work
really well - some cost nothing, others cost a bit, but
nowhere near the cost of private fertility treatments.
youngest lady I have helped is 27, the oldest is 44. They all
have different problems - unexplained infertility, blocked
tubes, endometriosis, polycystic ovaries, hormone imbalances,
repeated miscarriages etc.
shortest time spent helping someone is 3 weeks, and the longest
is one year. I work with ladies having fertility treatments, or
without, but sometimes they do get pregnant even before their
I do not
believe in 'alternative' therapy, only 'complementary' ie.
if you are having any conventional treatment, you should
continue with this unless your consultant says you can stop.
several things that I really believe help synergistically ie.
they all work together. I recommend several products, and I’m a
firm believer in helping as many ladies as possible.
Deeply relaxing and de-stressing, reflexology balances all
bodily systems and can re-balance hormones and enhance
performance of the reproductive system in men and women. A must
do – always look for a reflexologist with the letters MIFR after
their name which stands for ‘Member of the International
Federation of Reflexologists’. They will have been very highly
There is only one company that I would recommend as they have
the highest quality magnets in the world (NASA uses them to put
in the spacesuits of astronauts). The company is called
Biomagnetics and their products are highly effective. Magnets
work by stimulating the blood circulation in the area in which
they are worn. They eliminate toxins and encourage the body to
heal itself. However the use of magnets is NOT advised
once you become pregnant. The SENZA magnet can be velcroed to your knickers
and is worn against the skin on your tummy; UK cost £12.50 +P&P.
It’s great for those suffering from painful periods,
endometriosis, polycystic ovaries, IBS etc.
multi-vitamin supplements – choose a good quality one that
contains all minerals, vitamins, amino acids and a load of other
good stuff that you need.
supplements daily such as
Omega 3 Fish Oils or
Flaxseed Oil if you are not eating foods rich in these every
day eg. oily fish and seeds such as linseeds.
Try to eat
organic food as possible. The pesticides on fruit and
vegetables are endocrine disrupters and can cause disruption of
the reproductive system. The same goes for the chemicals,
steroids, growth hormones used in meat and poultry.
food wrapped in plastics
such as cling film and plastic wrap. Plastics contain chemicals
which are xenoestrogens or false oestrogens - these can upset
the balance of your hormones.
bathroom and bedroom cabinets for stuff containing
sodium lauryl sulphate (SLS) and propylene glycol -
especially found in shampoos, bubble bath, shower gels,
toothpaste, creams etc. SLS and propylene glycol can disrupt
the reproductive system. Try to use
natural body care products that use no toxic or carcinogenic
your body mass index
- If you're too skinny or very overweight, you will find it hard
to get pregnant.
right down on tea, coffee and caffeinated drinks.
Homeopathy is very good.
positively - lots of affirmations eg. "My body is healthy
and I can get pregnant". Try to relax and don’t overly
stress. Don't ever say "I WILL get pregnant" as this puts
pressure on yourself and your body.
loads of filtered or mineral water - about 2-3 litres a
day. Your body needs 2 litres a day just to work properly.
orange and red as much as possible - in colour therapy these
are good fertility colours.
little Rose quartz crystal and wear it in your bra or in
your pocket - these precious stones are very cheap and can
be found in most new age shops. Rose quartz crystal is a
good fertility stone.
gentle to moderate exercise at least once a week.
On a general level, take
time out to relax and de-stress each day. Make time
for YOU, pamper yourself regularly.
of other therapies are very good especially
Reiki healing, hypnotherapy, acupuncture, nutritional
therapy among others.
Knight is a UK complementary therapist specialising in
reflexology, Reiki healing, aromatherapy, Indian head massage
and magnet therapy.
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medical advice of your own doctor or any other health care