Brighton Naturally Homeopathy and Flower Essences in Brighton and Hove


Homeopathy is ideal for couples preparing for pregnancy, for those experiencing problems becoming pregnant or maintaining a pregnancy and for those embarking on IUI or IVF.

"There is a strong body of evidence to show that homeopathy aids fertility. A German clinical trial... showed more than half of women with fertility problems experienced improved ovulation or pregnancy after taking a homeopathic remedy." Daily Mail 19-06-03

Fertility Plan
A homeopathic set of prescriptions which aim to help:

  • Release emotional blocks to fertility. Couples who have been trying to conceive for a while or are undertaking an assisted conception programme can feel under enormous strain. Typical feelings include stress, depression, grief, overwhelm, apprehension, anxiety, worry, fears, past emotional issues.
  • Undo the effects of the oral contraceptive pill and other medication
  • Overcome any underlying issues such as PCOS, fibroids or endometriosis
  • Tone the reproductive system, balance hormones and ensure ovulation, improve low sperm count, poor sperm motility, libido
  • Establish hormonal surges at the right time to mature healthy eggs
  • Improve the quality of vaginal mucus and remove thrush
  • Modify inherited weaknesses

    Does this treatment work?
    There are no guarantees, but patients have reported becoming pregnant following this programme. Those not yet pregnant have established healthy ovulatory cycles, thereby increasing their chances significantly.

    My experience is that positive results usually happen within 1 to 6 months. Therefore appointments are usually at four to six week intervals, depending on your cycle.

    Assisted Conception
    The treatment above is applicable to those intending to have IUI and/or IVF by helping the body (and mind) to be in its best condition in preparation for assisted conception and improve success rates.

  • Fertility. Pink Baby Hands

    Preconception Health

    As a homeopath I also support my patients with additional advice on preconception health care. It is not often publicised how the general health of both the mother and father-to-be will affect their fertility as well as the health of their future baby.
    Most people know that alcohol, smoking and drug use during pregnancy is dangerous for the unborn child, but these habits also affect the quality of eggs and sperm before conception, and may even prevent conception. Other factors which influence fertility are:

  • Nutritional health of the couple. It is not uncommon for couples to be deficient in vitamins and minerals that are crucial to conception, even though they are eating carefully.
  • Toxic metals from our environment
  • Electromagnetic fields and geopathic stress
  • Pollution
  • Allergies, including candida
  • Genito urinary infections
  • "Social poisons" - alcohol, cigarettes, recreational drugs

    Investing the time to improve your health before conceiving reduces the chances of miscarriage, birth defects, poor resistance to infection, low birth weight, post-natal depression, premature birth and many more problems relating to conception, pregnancy and birth.

    It's not just about getting pregnant, it's about giving your baby the best possible start in life. It may seem that making lifestyle changes is a huge upheaval, but it will speed conception and create a healthier baby. For the man at least, it is only for a (usually) short period of time, and after conception he can relax his habits if he wishes. The best approach is to optimise health before conception in order to give mother and baby the best possible health and start in life.

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