The 4 essential steps to fertility success

Are you longing to be a mum or struggling to have a sibling for the child(ren) you’ve already got?

Do you feel like you’re not making any progress and starting to lose a bit of faith?

Well, I’m here to let you know about a few simple but essential steps that you must take if you want to boost your chances of success.

It doesn’t matter whether you’re trying naturally or using an assisted reproductive technique – it’s just really important that you follow these steps to give your body what it needs to thrive.

1)    Regulate your cycle. 

This is priority #1 as a healthy cycle is the foundation of a healthy pregnancy whether you’re trying naturally or getting some medical help.  (By the way, it’s also the foundation of a healthy menopause).

This means working on stress, toxins, nutrition and lifestyle to balance out the period in all ways;

  • Getting the cycle length to fall within 26-30 days.
  • Reducing the blood flow if it’s too heavy or boosting the blood flow and circulation if it’s too light (this could mean your womb lining hasn’t been getting thick enough for successful implantation).
  • Reducing pain and ovulation or pre-menstrual symptoms that are derailing your fertility and happiness.
  • Balancing the body, especially if you’ve recently come off hormonal contraception or have suffered a pregnancy loss.

2)   Prime your body for pregnancy. 

You need an overall wellness plan that supports your fertility. If you’re making poor nutrition and lifestyle choices, your reproductive health is the first thing to suffer.

Your body is always simply trying to keep you alive and if it’s stretched to the max doing that, it definitely doesn’t have the resources to sustain a pregnancy as well.

3)    Track your progress. 

This sounds so boring but it makes a huge difference, both in terms of helping you see how far you’ve come and to keep going when there are setbacks.

I am with you every step of the way for the added accountability and support.

4) Maintain a positive, fertile mindset.

Mental and emotional wellbeing plays a critical role in activating your fertility, it’s not just all about the physical aspects. You deserve to feel happy and to enjoy the journey to parenthood.

Self-care and keeping the mind on board is a really important part of the process. I will teach you a powerful acupressure routine and affirmations that really kickstart the reproductive system.

I share hypnotherapy and yoga routines too. They’re brilliant for quietening the anxiety that tends to go along with this journey.

I’ve used these steps with a number of women who’ve had complicated and sometimes seemingly hopeless cases, women who’ve had multiple miscarriages, ectopic pregnancies and failed IVF cycles.

It has worked for them and it can work for you too!  One of my clients has just conceived for the second time of us working together so now she’s got a little brother or sister on the way for her son.

So if you’re looking for a faster, healthier and more affordable way to get pregnant than going down the IVF route (and unfortunately not all couples are even eligible for that anyway depending on your fertility, age and postcode), please click this link.

It’ll send me a message so we can hop on a no-obligation call and figure out if either my 6 month Balance Your Cycle, Boost Your Fertility or 3 month “Healthy Hormones, Happy You!” Programme is a good fit for you.

In health,

Sally x

Sally Varley

Sally Varley

Hi, I'm Sally, a fertility expert. To read more about me click here.

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