Failed IVF: The End or a Brand New Start?
Proven Mind-Body Fertility Program Offers Alternative to Costly Assisted Reproductive Technologies
WOODSTOCK, N.Y., Sept. 2, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- A failed IVF or a cancelled in vitro fertilization cycle can be a real low point in the infertility journey. Spending your life's savings only to hear "I'm sorry we don't have a viable pregnancy this time," you find yourself standing at a crossroads. Do you immediately schedule the next round of fertility treatments, or would it make sense to take a break from IVF clinics, ovulation predictor kits, testing and other stressors?
On September 27, Fertile Heart will be offering a seven-hour introduction to the popular Fertile Heart OVUM mind body practice, a fertility boosting program that has helped thousands of couples looking for hope after failed IVF treatments. The program will be held at the Fertile Heart studio in Woodstock, New York. Those who are unable to attend the workshop in person may attend Fertile Heart's Three Session Introductory Teleconference, beginning October 14.
To sign up for the Fertile Heart introductory session, click here.
To view success stories of couples using the Fertile Heart Program, click here.
FertileHeart.com founder Julia Indichova developed the Fertile Heart program after her personal experience with infertility and close to two decades of counseling and teaching. Today the Fertile Heart approach is endorsed by thought leaders in the field of reproductive health in the US and worldwide. The Fertile Heart toolkit includes Indichova's books, Inconceivable and The Fertile Female: How the Power of Longing for a Child Can Save Your Life and Change the World, as well as instruction on:
- Nutrition - Learning how to deepen one's relationship with food and obtain the necessary nourishment through fertility boosting foods and recipes.
- Movement - Learning how to access and release painful "issues in the tissues"
- Imagery - Learning how to use carefully crafted visualizations to identify self defeating beliefs that contribute to fertility challenges.
- Dream work - Learning how to reconstruct dreams and read them as mirrors of hidden truths that might hinder conception.
- Language - Learning to observe how the language we use reveals self-sabotaging beliefs and how to choose words that support our efforts.
Says Julia Indichova: "Among the women and couples who have attended Fertile Heart mind body workshops, the typical length of time trying to conceive has been 3 years. During that period most participants have endured an average of three failed treatments. In this population I have witnessed women with a history of multiple failed treatments conceive spontaneously after less than a few months of physical and emotional renewal. In fact, within the last year the Fertile Heart community welcomed the birth of two sets of twins conceived the old fashioned way. One of the couples went through three failed IVF's and four failed IUI's, the other through two failed in vitro cycles before attending the Fertile Heart OVUM workshop."
About Julia Indichova
The author of several books, including Inconceivable (Broadway Books, 2001) and The Fertile Heart (Adell Press, 2007), and founder of www.FertileHeart.com, Julia Indichova has garnered national attention for her work with fertility. Her original mind-body program, The Fertile Heart™ OVUM Birthing Practice, is now a global, patient-driven community. It has been mentioned or featured on The Oprah Winfrey Show, Good Morning America, USA Today, The New York Times parenting blog Huffington Post, and other outlets, and has been endorsed by today's leading reproductive endocrinologists.
Fern Marcya Edison
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SOURCE Fertile Heart