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Reflexology in Richmond, St Margarets, Twickenham, Kew and Ham.

MATERNITY REFLEXOLOGY

Nurturing mummy and baby.

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PRE-NATAL

Reflexology is a natural, safe and gentle technique that can encourage your body and mind to be in the best possible condition prior to conception.

Reflexology is becoming widely recognised as being beneficial for clients suffering with sub- fertility problems. I have been treating both men and women facing fertility problems and have seen how Reflexology can improve well-being and combined with lifestyle and nutritional advice may improve the chances of a happy outcome with a smooth and healthy pregnancy.

The Association of Reflexologists report that ‘on average about 50% of clients seeking help through Reflexology for infertility find themselves pregnant within 6 months of commencing treatment’

INFERTILITY

The term ‘infertility’ is used when conception has not occurred after 12 months of regularly trying for a baby. You may have had tests which show that there is nothing wrong with either you or your partner and you have therefore been diagnosed with the common finding of ‘unexplained fertility’. You may even have had your first child but are finding it much more difficult to fall pregnant this time around. Or perhaps you have a diagnosed medical condition such as endometriosis, PCOS, low ovarian reserve, blocked fallopian tubes which may be affecting your chances of conception.

Many different factors affect the ability to conceive but this is more likely to happen if both you and your partner are in optimum health. Female age is especially important in consideration for the chances of a healthy conception, however there are many other factors which could contribute to fertility problems including your well-being.

POST NATAL

The term ‘infertility’ is used when conception has not occurred after 12 months of regularly trying for a baby. You may have had tests which show that there is nothing wrong with either you or your partner and you have therefore been diagnosed with the common finding of ‘unexplained fertility’. You may even have had your first child but are finding it much more difficult to fall pregnant this time around. Or perhaps you have a diagnosed medical condition such as endometriosis, PCOS, low ovarian reserve, blocked fallopian tubes which may be affecting your chances of conception.

Many different factors affect the ability to conceive but this is more likely to happen if both you and your partner are in optimum health. Female age is especially important in consideration for the chances of a healthy conception, however there are many other factors which could contribute to fertility problems including your well-being.

 

Maternity and Pregnancy Reflexology for women during pre-natal, pregnancy, labour and post-natal periods.

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