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Fertility Yoga West Yorkshire? Other suggestions welcome

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Dot457 Thu 02-Jan-20 10:54:55

Hey everyone.

Looking for some advice and suggestions. We are starting our second round of IVF in the coming weeks (Depending on periods) and I've seen a lot about fertility yoga and how they think it may have helped. I'm from Leeds but live in Wakefield, sort of borderline Leeds. Does anyone know of any classes/sessions in these areas please?

I'd try anything like this if it helped me have a successful pregnancy. If theres anything else you might be able to suggest that I can do to help then feel free to say! I probably don't exercise as much as I should these days, and I get bad chocolate cravings at night which is not good! Trying to curb it by drinking water, Green tea or snacking on nuts!

All suggestions welcome, thank you! xx

PurpleBee39 Thu 02-Jan-20 15:13:21

Maybe consider going to a reflexologist who specialises in fertility treatments. You can find local ones by looking on the registered therapists website. I wish you every success.

Dot457 Thu 02-Jan-20 18:24:48

Thank you @PurpleBee39 xx

Dandelion3 Thu 02-Jan-20 20:37:29

I used youtube for fertility yoga - I liked the "yoga yin" videos, I think she's Australian if you search yoga yin fertility yoga it should come up. I also had some acupuncture - I just found it helped relax me really more than anything else. Good luck xx

Dot457 Thu 02-Jan-20 21:30:13

@Dandelion3 - thanks so much! Never thought of that. Thats deffo what I need, just to be able to relax and my mind stop doing overtime. Thank you! xx

physicskate Fri 03-Jan-20 08:06:12

I used 'the jade centre' in north Leeds for fertility acupuncture. I honestly believe it made the difference and we fell pregnant through ivf (albeit first cycle with unexplained infertility). Expensive, but highly recommended.

Dot457 Fri 03-Jan-20 17:30:44

Thank you @physickate I'll have a look into it xxx

Mseddy Fri 03-Jan-20 22:38:33

It's a shame noone has recommended anywhere, I'm Wakefield too and would like to give fertility yoga a shot. I might give the you tube videos a try. I've got an appt at the end of the month with a nutritionist to try and help our next round. Every little helps!!

Dot457 Tue 07-Jan-20 17:51:26

@Mseddy - sorry that I've only just seen this. Hope the pp goes ok! Is this a special fertility nutritionist? Will it give you advise on the right foods for fertility? xx

Mseddy Wed 08-Jan-20 17:06:04

@dot547 yeah, they are linked to Prof balen at Seacroft in Leeds. She's called Grace duggan. I've not had an appt yet, but from what I was told they take alot of bloods to look for anything out of the ordinary from like a vitamin and mineral point of view. Give you advice on what best foods to eat to boost fertility and what supplements will help. I can let you know more once I've actually had the appt

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