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Counselling and Infertility

Written by Deborah Kerr   Posted in:Fertility   February 23, 2017

Counselling and Infertility

Are you wishing and hoping for a baby or have you decided without absolute doubt that you’re going to have one?

Our body is phenomenally designed to match our thinking and will respond to any anxieties about conceiving despite our longing to have a baby. Our mind does a good job in moving us away from anything that is linked to pain so no matter how much you may want a child, worry is one of the major factors in the prevention of conception as our bodies know we should not get pregnant when we are under tremendous stress.

You may have underlying fears from past stories told of painful birthing, managing morning sickness, getting post-natal depression or not loving your baby. You may worry that having a baby will put a strain on finances, affect career options or you may fear having a new-born may even expose cracks in your relationship. Taking the time to talk through concerns can help reduce stress and prevent adrenalin releasing into the body which gives the signal that your body is not ready to conceive.

‚ÄčIf you are struggling to conceive and suspect that worry might be a contributing cause then call Deborah on 07870 127650 and find out how she could help


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