Hypnosis is Effective for Other Fertility/Pregnancy/Birth Issues

Hypnosis is Effective for Other Fertility/Pregnancy/Birth Issues

NVP (Nausea & Vomiting during Pregnancy) 80% of women report nausea and vomiting in pregnancy. 5% require treatment for fluid and electrolyte imbalance. Hypnosis can powerfully and effectively eliminate difficult or unpleasant experiences related to this issue—including the inability to keep food down. Princess Kate—on the advisement of Prince William—utilized these same methods early in her pregnancy with Prince George.

Breech Presentation—We are connected to our babies: nervous system to nervous system. For this reason babies respond brilliantly to the hypnotic process for the purpose of a breech turn. With other methods babies often turn back; hypnosis is highly effective (studies show 80+ percent) for a more permanent result.

Previous Traumatic Birth Experience: When things go wrong (or not according to plan)—whether during the birth of your own child or during your own birth—the subconscious mind is seared with pain and fear that can powerfully impact the present pregnancy/birth experience. Hypnosis is the key to releasing and reframing such trauma so that a positive, gentle birthing experience may occur. Science has shown us that babies are very aware in utero and during birth. Any trauma can and will affect them if it is not addressed.

HypnoFertility® is a powerful process for communicating with the emotional center of the brain (limbic system) that regulates hormonal activity and balance. Can add link here to www.hypnofertility.com and www.spiritbabywhisperer.com

Hypnosis is well-recognized for its effectiveness with the fear of needles. Such an aversion can actually prevent a woman from undergoing in vitro fertilization and/or can cause great anguish anytime there is interaction with a fertility clinic, doctor’s office, or hospital. This fear must be resolved in order for effective medical treatment to occur. You don’t have to suffer—hypnosis works!

Hypnosis is an awesome method of pain control/management and is particularly effective for IVF pain: needles, invasive procedures, discomfort of stimulated ovaries/multiple follicles, mood swings, prevention of the over-stimulation of ovaries, and much more.


Fears or Concerns about Selective Reduction. Though not considered abortion, because the intent is for the pregnancy to continue, many women are very distressed by even the possibility of this procedure. (This procedure is becoming rarer but the stigma and/or fear remains.)

Dilation, Pelvic Station during Labor: Hypnosis is a natural alternative to unwanted drugs in gently nudging the labor along.

High Blood Pressure during pregnancy is a leading cause of fetal loss in midterm and late pregnancy. If untreated, high blood pressure can cause the baby to grow inadequately, to be born prematurely, and to undergo fetal distress during labor. It also can seriously threaten the mother’s health. About seven percent of pregnant women have high blood pressure. Your chances of developing it are greatest during your first pregnancy, especially if you’re a teenager or over 30, are overweight, or have a history of hypertension. Other risk factors include diabetes, multiple births (such as twins or triplets), too much water in the amniotic sac surrounding the fetus and lack of prenatal care. An early tipoff to high blood pressure is any sign of fluid retention, such as a puffy face or swollen fingers, blurred vision, or severe headaches. Other symptoms are pain in the upper abdomen and a weight gain of more than 2 or 3 pounds in 1 week during the last month of pregnancy.

Preeclampsia and Eclampsia: If you already have high blood pressure, this raises your chances of developing the condition known as preeclampsia. In addition to hypertension, the symptoms of this serious condition include water retention and protein in the urine, indicating a kidney problem. As a result, the baby may be premature, underweight, and weak due to poor nutrition and a shortage of oxygen. Untreated preeclampsia is a life­threatening condition that can damage the mother’s kidneys, liver, eyes, and brain and may lead to coma or convulsions (eclampsia).

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