Reflexology and Fertility
There's no doubt that treatments for infertility and subfertility can be emotionally exhausting, highly stressful, and also very expensive. Reflexologist Natasha Ellison suggests that reflexology may help. Fertility expert Zita West estimates that one in six couples face issues when trying for a baby – and the number having problems conceiving is growing.
There can be many reasons that may hamper falling pregnant, but often women find themselves in the frustrating situation of not being given any specific cause for their conception issues, despite the various medical tests and assessment they have undergone. Understandably this can cause great stress and a Catch-22 situation: a pregnancy won't occur until you relax, which is nearly impossible because you're worried you can't get pregnant. Worry and anxiety over not being able to have children can create very physical conditions that prevent conception.