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Supporting Someone With Fertility Issues

Supporting Someone With Fertility Issues

Supporting Someone With Fertility Issues by Nicky Read Nicky Read  MAR, MARR, MCThA, ITEC Dip   Coping with fertility issues can be a complex and difficult time in a person’s life, a time when they need the most support from the people that love them. And while you want to help and you want to be there, it can be very difficult to know what to say and how to handle the situation. At Nurture...

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Infertility And Fibroids

Infertility And Fibroids

Infertility And Fibroids by Finola at Loving Touch therapies    Fibroids - also called 'Myomas or Fibromyomas' that are made up of muscular and fibrous tissue. They are benign non-cancerous growths in or on the muscular wall (myometrium) of the womb, and are the most common structural abnormality of the uterus. They can vary in size from as small as a pea to the size of a melon. If severe...

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How lockdown created a change in direction

How lockdown created a change in direction

How lockdown created a change in direction by Isobel Fowler It happened very suddenly. I was in Portugal enjoying a weekend break when the threat of coronavirus began to get serious. Cafes and shops were starting to shut down. Soon after, booking cancellations started to roll in. Firstly, from clients who suffer with chronic illnesses, they didn’t want to cancel, but their doctors had advised...

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Trying for a Baby? Try Relaxing Reproflexology

Trying for a Baby? Try Relaxing Reproflexology

Trying for a Baby? Try Relaxing Reproflexology by Zoe Oughton   Oh, the excitement and anticipation of trying for a baby. You’re young and in love. Maybe you’ve moved into your first family home. You’re ready. You’re already planning the nursery, the pram, the adorable little outfits… Sadly, it’s not always that easy and trying to conceive (or TTC if you’re a member of one of the many...

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“Secondary Fertility”

“Secondary Fertility”

"Secondary Fertility" by Karen Jones Liz came to see me for reflexology with Secondary Unexplained Fertility. Her first child had taken 2 years to conceive.   They had been trying for a second for over 3 years. All tests had been taken via their GP and had come back clear.   Due to an irregular menstrual cycle Liz had been referred to the fertility unit. They were keen to get her...

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Reflexology and Fertility: A conversation with Barbara Scott

Reflexology and Fertility: A conversation with Barbara Scott

By Barbara ScottThis article is an interview between Tambre Fertility Clinic, Madrid and Barbara Scott -July 2019 As we know, Assisted Reproduction is a multidisciplinary branch. This means that its treatments often integrate complementary therapies. Today, we approach reflexology and, for this, we wanted to take advantage of  Barbara Scott’s and her colleague Harriet Combe’s visit to solve a...

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What is ReproflexologyTM?

What is ReproflexologyTM?

By Barbara Scott ReproflexologyTM  (Reproductive Reflexology) is the study of and treatment of male and female reproductive conditions and fertility issues using reflexology. One in six couples in the UK are now experiencing difficulties in conceiving, in addition to this, male fertility has declined by 50% in the last 25 years.  This pattern appears to be replicated not only across Europe, but...

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Improving Male Fertility and with Reflexology

Improving Male Fertility and with Reflexology

By Barbara Scott The greater majority of men have little idea of how their reproductive system functions and even what the component parts may be.  I was reading an article just today that in a survey carried out by the charity Prostate Cancer UK of 1,900 men, 17% did not know that they had a prostate, 54% did not know where it was and 92% (yes 92%!) had no idea of its functions and...

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Focus on Reflexology for Endometriosis

Focus on Reflexology for Endometriosis

By Barbara Scott   ENDOMETRIOSIS A condition in which endometrial tissue grows outside the uterine cavity, endometriosis can develop in the pelvis, around the bowel, or in the bladder, ovaries, vagina, and, in extreme circumstances, the lungs and the brain. It is thought that as many as 20 to 25 per cent of women in the UK who are subfertile have endometriosis and approximately five to ten...

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Podcasts

The facts about the success rates of Reflexology

by Barbara Scott talks to The Fertility Network

Fertility Reflexology with Barbara Scott

by Sam Belyea, Certified Reflexologist and Foot Reader talks to Barbara Scott

Fertility Reflexology - The Science & the Data

by Barbara Scott talks to Fertility Rewire

The Fertility Podcast Collection

by The Ultimate Fertility Space over 250 episodes talking about of fertility issues