Before she turned to IVF, she admitted that she went on a complete detox cutting out sugar, caffeine and even gluten while trying alternative therapies to aid her chances of falling pregnant. magazine that both her and Harry lost their spark in the bedroom as their sex life became a 'routine and functional'.She began: 'With all the "doing it" to make sure we hit the ovulation window, at first Harry couldn't believe his luck! Suddenly, there's no fun, no joy, no flirting and no romance left.' Candid: The classical musician - who is mother to Lola, 16 months - was diagnosed with polycystic ovaries and was told conceiving would be nigh on impossible without the help of fertility treatment which she began at 29After months of attempting to conceive naturally she turned to IVF when she was 30 and following the endless injections and hormones, Izzy's - who married the Strictly champ in 2012 - efforts paid off with her falling pregnant after her first round, but later suffered a miscarriage.
After having IVF to conceive Lola people used to say to me you’ll probably fall pregnant naturally next time.You don’t want to complain about anything related to being a mum because it’s desperately what you want, and what so many other women want.If you’re having a tough day you almost feel guilty for finding it tough.Harry, 31 and wife Izzy, 33, welcomed their first child Lola back in January 2016 following IVF treatment.Writing in a heartfelt Instagram post, Izzy dubbed their second child a ‘miracle’ as it was conceived naturally following their prior struggles. After having IVF to conceive Lola people used to say to me you'll probably fall pregnant naturally next time.And now Harry Judd's wife Izzy, 33, has admitted their marriage became strained as they tried to conceive, revealing their sex life suffered.