If conceiving your baby is taking longer than you expected, and you're doing IVF, it can be hard to know if your stress has contributed to your fertility issues, or if your fertility issues have contributed to your stress.

Research shows that if you're stressed during your IVF cycle (and especially around ovulation or transfer), you might be up to 40% less likely to conceive. So by taking time out to listen to a guided relaxation daily, during your IVF cycle, you will increase your chance of a positive pregnancy test, as well as feel more able to cope with life's stresses.

The Be Fertile relaxation exercises have been created for nurture and support during each stage of your IVF cycle. They guide your attention to energise optimal growth and development, while supporting you to let go of negative thoughts and emotions and create a new storyline in your mind. 

These relaxation exercises are rich and nourishing - just the input you need for a productive, healthy, balanced and fertile cycle. You will feel more rested and calm, receptive, trusting and confident. 

All you need to do is allow some time to lie down, listen and soak up the words and imagery.

 

Guided relaxations for your IVF stimulated cycle                          

IVF relaxation
 

This album has 4 relaxation tracks:
1: Stimulating growth and development (18.26 mins)
Listen during the stimulated part of your cycle, as your eggs are developing – from day 1 until your egg collection.
2: Collect, fertilise and transfer (14.41 mins)
Listen daily after egg collection and before embryo transfer
3: While you wait (19.30 mins)
Listen to this track every day during the waiting time – from embryo transfer and implantation, until your pregnancy test.
4: Instrumental to extend your relaxation (18.01 mins)
This instrumental allows you a longer relaxation.

 
 

Other albums that might be beneficial for you now

Use between your IVF cycles or if you get your period

 
 

If you are having trouble sleeping

Guided relaxations for your partner or donor   

 
 

Here is a taster...