Fertility Reflexology

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Fertility Reflexology

Supporting your fertility journey

Fertility Reflexology in Lincolnshire & Nottinghamshire

The path to parenthood can be a profound and sometimes challenging journey. At FertilityTherapies.com, we offer holistic and synergistic solutions to enhance your fertility journey, naturally. One of the essential complementary therapies in our programs and packages is fertility reflexology. Reflexology is a centuries-old practice that focuses on the principle that specific points on the feet correspond to various organs, glands, and systems within the body. By gently stimulating these reflex points through the application of pressure and massage techniques, reflexology aims to create a state of harmony and equilibrium, particularly within the reproductive organs. With 1 in 6 couples experiencing difficulties conceiving, hormone imbalances on the rise, sperm counts and sperm quality declining, and miscarriages becoming ever more common, reflexology is an increasingly popular complementary therapy for fertility support.

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What is Fertility Reflexology?

Fertility reflexology is a highly specialised form of reflexology that helps to support you and your partner on your fertility journey. Whether you want to enhance your general health before trying to conceive, or are currently experiencing difficulties conceiving, reflexology can be an effective therapy, and is an important part of our fertility therapies program.

Regular treatments can help to reduce physical and psychological stress, balance all the body systems, and ensure your body is in optimum condition for conception. Reflexology can help to improve natural fertility or support assisted conception treatments, including Clomid, Intrauterine insemination (IUI), Intra-cytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI), In vitro fertilisation (IVF) and Gamete Intrafallopian Transfer (GIFT).

Fertility reflexology can also alleviate symptoms associated with PCOS and endometriosis, providing a source of comfort for individuals dealing with these conditions. Reflexology extends its potential benefits to couples facing a range of other challenges, including recurrent miscarriage, PMT symptoms, heavy or painful periods, fibroids, cystitis, ovarian cysts, and inflammation of the fallopian tubes.

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The Benefits of Fertility Reflexology

Reflexology is an effective complementary therapy that can support fertility in women and men in a number of ways, including:

  • Balances Hormones: Stimulating certain reflex points can help to balance hormones in the body. Hormonal imbalance plays a big role in fertility issues in both men and women. Reflexology can help to regulate the reproductive hormones.
  • Regulates Monthly Cycles: Irregular menstrual cycles can be a roadblock to conception. Reflexology may assist in regulating these cycles.
  • Promotes Ovulation: Reflexology may encourage regular ovulation, increasing your chances of conceiving.
  • Increases Sperm Quality & Quantity: This therapy is not exclusive to women; it can benefit men by enhancing sperm quality and quantity.
  • Improves Blood Flow: By relaxing the muscles in the pelvic region, reflexology can reduce tension and increase blood flow to the reproductive organs, which can benefit fertility.
  • Optimises Body Systems: This therapy encourages all body systems to function optimally, which is essential for a successful pregnancy.
  • Strengthens Immunity: A robust immune system supports a healthy pregnancy.
  • Reduces Stress: Reflexology is known for its stress-reducing effects. High stress levels can negatively impact fertility in both men and women. By promoting relaxation and reducing stress, reflexology can indirectly support fertility by creating a more conducive emotional and hormonal environment for conception.
  • Enhances Wellbeing: Reflexology promotes physical, emotional and mental wellbeing. A healthy body and mind are essential for fertility, and reflexology contributes to a sense of balance and wellbeing.
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The Effectiveness of Reflexology on Fertility

The effectiveness of reflexology is demonstrated through research conducted by the Association of Reproductive Reflexologists (ARR). In a study involving 180 clients aged 24 to 46 who received reproductive reflexology while trying to conceive, a remarkable 67.8% success rate was achieved. This rate reflects the combination of natural conception (72.4% success rate) and assisted conception (52.4% success rate). The average number of treatments required to achieve these results was 11.

These findings are particularly impressive when compared to success rates without reflexology for assisted conception, where the figures are substantially lower. Women undergoing IVF and ICSI typically experience success rates ranging from 10% to 32%, depending on age and other factors. The data underscores the potential of fertility reflexology as a valuable addition to your fertility journey, offering a natural and holistic approach to enhancing your chances of conception. Over the years fertility reflexology has helped many couples to become families, and more research is currently underway.

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Fertility Support for Women & Men

1 in 6 couples encounter difficulties when trying to get pregnant. Most medical investigations and interventions focus more on the woman’s fertility, but actually fertility issues affect men just as much as women. Statistically, the causal factors are typically 1/3rd male origin, 1/3rd female origin and 1/3rd joint origin, which means, overall, couples should share the responsibility equally when it comes to improving their fertility.

Pre-conception care is all about preparing the body, heart and mind for conception. It is widely accepted that before a couple can conceive, they should try to get in the best physical, emotional and mental shape possible. Both men and women are therefore encouraged to have treatments, to help regulate the menstrual cycle and to stimulate healthy sperm production.

  • Protocols for Women: Regulating cycles, PCOS, Endometriosis, Andometriosis, Fibroids, Salpingitis, Vaginismus, Short Luteal Phase (low progesterone), Secondary amenorrhea (paused periods), Cervicitis, Ovarian cysts, IVF, IUI, Endometrial biopsy, Laparoscopy, Hysteroscopy and Hysterosalpingogram.
  • Protocols of Men: Low Testosterone, Prostatitis, Epididymitis, Varicocele, Hydrocele, Mumps, Sperm DNA fragmentation, Elevated prolactin, FSH/LH imbalances, Testicular cancer, Prostate cancer, Testicular biopsy, Prostate exam and Vasogram.

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