© 2017-2019 by Lisa Brent LoJacono, M.A., C.Ht., Calling Harmony, LLC

HYPNOSIS RESULTS WILL VARY FROM PERSON TO PERSON. NO INDIVIDUAL RESULT SHOULD BE SEEN AS TYPICAL.

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Studies Indicate Significant Benefits of Hypnotherapy to Promote Fertility

Hypnosis at the time of embryo transfer yielded pregnancy rates that were double those of controls according to a study cited in Fertility and Sterility.

A study of the practical uses of clinical hypnosis in enhancing fertility, healthy pregnancy and childbirth found hypnosis to be an effective method to reduce women's stress, enhance feelings of control, as well as to manage psycho-emotional issues that may be contributing to infertility. Complementary Therapies in Clinical Practice

A study of the effects of complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) upon infertility found hypnosis to be helpful in dealing with the impact of the infertility diagnosis, the effects of assisted reproductive technology (ART), emotional distress, and depression. BMC Complementary and Alternative Medicine 

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A Frequently Updated List of My Favorite Fertility Care Providers and Articles 

Acupuncture Denver: Jane, Merry & Mally are the "O.G." team when it comes to acupuncture treatment for fertility and pregnancy.

Elevation Health: Chiropractor Dr. Patti Gonzalez has created a pre/post natal collective for mamas and their families.

Kamati Wellness: Pre/Post Natal Massage & Birth Doula Services with the delightful and talented Randi Morrison.

Allotribe: A wonderful community of doulas.

RESOLVE: The National Infertility Association, established in 1974, is dedicated to ensuring that all people challenged in their family building journey reach resolution through being empowered by knowledge, supported by community, united by advocacy, and inspired to act.

"The Lasting Trauma of Infertility" By Regina Townsend

Oct. 23, 2019, The New York Times

Even when it ends with a healthy baby, a long struggle to conceive may exact a brutal toll.

"All the Pregnancies I Couldn’t Talk About" By Amy Webb

Oct. 21, 2019, The Atlantic

I’ve been pregnant nine times. I have one child.