The initial medical consultation is of tremendous importance.
It is the first step in the fertility journey, which can be exciting but also stressful.
Fertility is a very challenging field. At the age of 20 about 90% of a woman’s eggs are normal, but at the age of 40 nearly 90% are abnormal.
Most people attend their initial appointment with many questions, some with previous experience, which can be unpleasant and also anxiety. Stress is not the main cause of infertility but is the main reason to make the journey a difficult one and the experience unpleasant.
Preconception nutrition research has evidence to support that nutrition status can affect fertility health in both women and men.
Also nutrition is very important during pregnancy for the mother’s health but for the baby’s health.
It is hard to know what to believe with such an abundance of information available regarding diet and fertility.
Our expert nutritionist can help you create an individualized and effective diet.
Acupuncture can be traced back to ancient China some 4000 years ago.
It can increase fertility chances by reducing stress and balancing the endocrine system.
It treats patients by manipulating thin, solid needles inserted into the skin that are used to balance the flow of energy within the body.
The Program enhances a couple’s fertility and increases their chances of becoming pregnant.
Fertility Massage Therapy is a deep; yet gentle, non- invasive abdominal and sacral therapy that focuses on improving circulation to the abdominal organs, with an aim to improve blood, nerve and lymph flow.
The massage also focuses on releasing physical and emotional tension, helping to loosen harden debris (that has been accumulating in your gut for years) encouraging a natural movement and clearing both physical and emotional congestion, leaving you and your abdomen feeling lighter and freer.
Life Coaching is a method of addressing specific personal projects.
With the guidance of the life coach it aims to identify specific challenges in a person’s life, recognize obstacles and choose the most appropriate action plan. The choices are made obvious as an outcome of the sessions and are not the decisions of the coach.