Atlanta Fertility Hypnosis


Research for Hypnotherapy and Fertility

Research shows the benefits of Hypnotherapy for women having problems with fertility.  Several studies have been done and the results are clear, Hypnotherapy helps women get pregnant. Hypnotherapy is an all natural approach and not only helps women with fertility issues, but helps men too. 



"Be the heroine of your own life, not the victim." -Nora Ephron

Feeling out of control can cause a psychosomatic disconnect between your mind and body when you're trying to get pregnant.  Hypnotherapy will help put you back in control. With little effort, Hypnotherapy can be a useful tool in connecting the link between mind and body. Apart from helping with the stress and anxiety of getting pregnant, Hypnotherapy will grow your confidence too.  


Hypnosis can help you get pregnant

Dr. Ernest L. Rossi specializes in psycho-biology, or the relationship between the mind and physical body states. He has done extensive research to suggest that human genes must be in a state of physical readiness for conception to take place, and that hypnotic-type suggestions can activate specific genes.


“A goal without a plan is just a wish.”–Antoin Saint Exupery


When you experience stress from trying to get pregnant

The body will respond by triggering the hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal system (HPA), which in turn releases a number of neurotransmitters, including the primary stress hormone Cortisol, upsetting the delicate hormonal balance needed for ovulation, fertilization and implantation of the fertile egg into the womb.  

You can release stress

Dr. Alice Domar, Fertility & Sterility (1990 and 2000) and the Journal of the American Medical Women’s Association (1999), emphasizes “mind/body” techniques that include self-hypnotic suggestions to reduce stresses that interfere with conception and healthy pregnancy. Domar is the author of Conquering Infertility, and 6 Steps to Increase Fertility. 

Ameliorate depression

Women with depression, when treated,  showed a 60% viable pregnancy rate within six months, contrasting with 24% when depression went untreated. ARTICLE HERE. Women who go through hypnosis for fertility not only have higher pregnancy rates, they have higer rates of feeling good about the process. 

Hypnosis can aid in male fertility

At the Institute of Applied Psychology in Lisbon Portugal, a team of researchers led by Katharina Hirschenhauser has concluded that men who actively want to be fathers automatically adjust their testosterone levels at exactly the right time (the middle of their partners' menstrual cycles). Perhaps there is no better hypnotic suggestion for a male partner than the idea that he wants to become a father. In hypnosis we can make sure you're body and mind are communicating that signal. 

I've had 3 sons via IUI

So, I'm not completely unfamiliar with what you're going through. The constant cycle of checking where you are in your cycle and checking to see if you're pregnant can steel all the joy out of life. In hypnosis, we can bring that joy back. 

It's 10 sessions total

Eight (8) sessions for the mother-to-be and two (2) sessions for the father-to-be. Call or text me when you're ready to get started 678-882-4743.

Other Resources

You're Getting Sleepy ...and Pregnant

2006 Psychology Today, Each year in the U.S., approximately 6.7 million women have an impaired ability to become pregnant or carry a baby to full term, and over 176,000 in vitro fertilization cycles are performed. With the average cost of an in vitro fertilization cycle ranging from $10,000 to $15,000, women are using hypnosis to make the procedure more effective and nearly double the odds of conceiving. (I'm sorry Psychology today no longer has this article online, if I find it, I'll link it here. 

A Higher Rate of Pregnancy

In 1999 a study of 1156 women having in vitro fertilization, women who received

psychological support, including hypnotherapy, had a higher rate of pregnancy (56%) than

those who did not (42%) Poehl, M., Bichler, K., Wicke, V., Domer, V., & Feichtinger, W. (1999). Psychotherapeutic counseling and

pregnancy rates in in vitro fertilization. Journal of assisted reproduction and genetics, 16(6), 302-5.


Unexplained Reproductive Failure is Reversible

The most recent study in 2013 followed 554 couples with “unexplained” reproductive failure

(meaning stress-related or otherwise psychosomatic) over a period of 28 years. Using

hypnosis to alleviate the stress of infertility as well as marital stress yielded a pregnancy

success rate of 72%. Researchers concluded that unexplained reproductive failure is reversible when stress is alleviated with hypnosis.


In 2006 a Significant Study

▪ On the impact of hypnosis during the in vitro procedure compared pregnancy and implantation rates between two groups: 98 procedures using

hypnosis versus 96 procedures without hypnosis. The group using hypnosis obtained 52 pregnancies  53%) with an implantation rate of 28%. The group without hypnosis had 29

pregnancies (30%) with an implantation rate of 14%. Researchers concluded that the use of

hypnosis during embryo transfer may significantly improve pregnancy and implantation rates


Remarkable Evidence

Some women have seen remarkable evidence that stress and belief prevent pregnancy when they become pregnant after the misdiagnosis of “blocked tubes.” As soon as they stop worrying about their infertility, they conceive. It can be helpful to give the patient the suggestion that she can stop worrying about becoming pregnant.

Kroger, W. S. (1977). Clinical and experimental hypnosis in medicine, dentistry, and psychology.

Philadelphia: Lippincott.


Psychosomatic Causes

Hypnosis can also address other psychosomatic causes of infertility. Sometimes behind the

outward desire to get pregnant is a fear of pregnancy, fear of childbirth, or fear of being

unprepared for motherhood. The conflicting emotions are a form of stress that affects the

physiology and prevents fertility. When appropriate, hypnotherapy for fertility can encourage feelings of motherliness and help the patient resolve fears

Kroger, W. S. (1977). Clinical and experimental hypnosis in medicine, dentistry, and psychology.

Philadelphia: Lippincott.


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