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Brooklynite dishes on pregnancy struggles in new fertility guide

Brooklyn BookBeat

April 4, 2018 Brooklyn Daily Eagle
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Stress can play a role in trying to conceive, lending truth to the adage that a couple achieves pregnancy when they aren’t trying and don’t when they are. Issues surrounding abuse, control, addictions and traumatic experiences can interfere with conception. Dating, connecting and believing in your partner can be a path to emotional healing and achieving pregnancy.

In “How to Get Pregnant, Even When You’ve Tried Everything” (July 8), Brooklynite and author A’ndrea Reiter empowers women by walking them through their fears regarding the birth process. Through guided exercises, she helps couples minimize and overcome external factors such as work stress, family pressure, relationship issues, money worries, bad doctors and junk food. She also helps women work through unresolved anxiety, eating disorders and relationship problems. Reiter provides explanations and emotional causes for the most commonly occurring reproductive issues, such as, cysts and fibroids, endometriosis and Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome. Reiter then guides readers on what they can do to heal their reproductive issues by addressing their physical and emotional health. She suggests helpful supplements and books and teaches chakra meditations and visualizations for the ovaries and uterus. Emotional hang-ups linked to male factor infertility is also covered.

Reiter is a certified Reiki master and intuitive fertility coach specializing in a mind-body approach to fertility. She uses a combination of Reiki, intuition and mindset coaching to move women through the emotional and physical blocks that are impeding them from conceiving naturally.

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