If you are planning to have a baby, there are many different routes to conception. Most importantly, the time it takes to get pregnant varies from person to person.
While no doubt a period of excitement and anticipation, this phase can also bring a lot of challenges and questions. Whether it’s working out how to best look after your physical and mental health during this time, navigating primary and secondary infertility, wondering what to eat or how to track your ovulation, or dealing with changes to your relationship that can come from the increased pressure of trying for a baby, this can be a confusing time.
Many women/couples go through the Preconception period alone and isolated, not sharing their concerns or troubles with family and friends due to the cultural norm of keeping this phase “secret” – the need for support becomes even more vital.
Arming yourself with knowledge and a community to navigate this phase with – whether you’re in the family planning stage or you hope to begin trying for a baby in the future – is key to your emotional, physical and mental wellbeing during the Preconception phase.
Our session on Preconception – Beej Sanskar will help you to be better informed and learn important tools to help navigate each challenge the Preconception phase throws at you. We can’t wait to support you as you begin this exciting journey.