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Apex Practice London

The Apex Practice in Harley Street, London can help you find the answers to unexplained infertility and conception problems

We can help you find the cause of unexplained infertility

Unexplained infertility can bring a great deal of distress to many couples. Often there has been extensive investigations carried out in such cases, but little attention has been given in the past to the individual personalities of the partners or to the relationship between them. The Apex Practice in Harley Street, London approaches infertility from a psychological perspective that can find answers which may have been missed by other methods.

If trying to conceive has been a frustrating or stressful experience we can help you. If you have suffered the sadness and disappointment of a miscarriage we can help you. If you have undergone medical infertility treatments we can help you improve the conditions for success. If your husband or partner has a low sperm count or you seem unreceptive to his sperm, we may be able to help you both. Our carefully structured and supportive ‘Conscious Conception Programme’ can help you address a whole range of problems that can affect fertility and prevent conception.

15 minutes to change your life, call 0207 467 8536 for a free initial telephone assessment and find out how we can help you

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More about Unexplained Infertility Therapy & Treatment with Apex Practice

Infertility is a highly sensitive topic for many people who are struggling to naturally conceive a child. If you’re trying to become a parent and are undergoing different fertility investigations and treatment, with an uncertainty on what your future is going to look like, consider infertility counselling and therapy in London to process and address the effects this is having on you.

Fertility problems can leave you with a lot of difficult questions to answer such as:
How long will it take until I get pregnant? Is it even possible for me to conceive? How many times should I try? What alternative options should I be considering?

Whether you are going through this experience as a couple or individually, the emotional affect that infertility may cause can heavily impact upon your relationships with your partner, family and friends. In addition to your sex life, psychological and physical health can also be affected.

How Can Therapy and Counselling Help My Infertility Problem?

While the physical aspect of your unexplained infertility is treated by medical doctors, counselling and psychotherapy can offer great support as you process your options moving forward and help you address the emotions you experience. It is common for women and men in this position to feel anger, sadness, anxiety, loss, envy and even guilt.

At our practice in London we will look at your infertility from a psychological perspective and formulate a Concious Conception Programme that focuses on a wide range of issues that are known to impact upon fertility.

This can be undertaken individually or both partners can work with our qualified psychotherapists to examine the obvious and underlying issues surrounding your specific circumstances.

  • Infertility Counselling & Therapy Benefits
  • Communication is improved between partners
  • Relationship issues with partners begin to mend
  • Develop new methods for coping with this stressful and distressing situation.
  • Resolving other issues such as depression and anxiety

Initial Common Causes for Potential Fertility Problems

As your doctors work to offer you medical solutions for conception difficulties, there are some potential causes that affect both men and women which you can be aware of which could offer some answers to your conception difficulties.

  • Aging – As we get older our fertility decreases. For women the decline can begin in your early/mid 30s and it becomes more difficult to conceive and have a full term pregnancy from age 40+. For men however the decline is much more gradual over a longer period of time.
  • Stress – If you regularly experience high levels of stress and are unable to manage it effectively sperm production and ovulation cycles can be affected. We offer therapy specifically formulated to address these problems
  • Weight – Men and women who are not within a healthy weight range can find it challenging to conceive.
  • Alcohol – Excessive alcohol consumption can decrease the quality of sperm in men and fertility in women.
  • Sexually Transmitted Infections (STIs) – Various STIs can cause infertility in men and women; including Chlamydia, Gonorrhoea.
  • Smoking and recreational drug abuse

If you or your partner are looking to make lifestyle changes such as these to increase your fertility, the Apex Practice in London can create tailored counselling sessions to support you.

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15 minutes to change your life, call for a free initial telephone assessment and find out how we can help you 0207 467 8536

The Apex Practice Conscious Conception Programme

The Apex Practice has developed a structured and specific ‘Conscious Conception Programme’ that examines all of the psychological aspects of infertility. The programme looks into the past histories of the couple to find clues and information that may in some way be responsible for your current conception difficulties.

Associated symptoms of unexplained infertility

  • Depression
  • Anxiety
  • Lack of self esteem
  • Lack of confidence
  • Anger
  • Sexual dysfunction
  • Social withdrawal

We take a psychological approach to unexplained infertility and conception problems. To find out more about how we can help, call for a free initial telephone assessment on 0207 467 8536