Boost your fertility
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OPTIMISE YOUR BIOCHEMISTRY, HORMONES AND IMMUNE SYSTEM FOR
THE BEST CHANCE OF CONCEIVING AND CARRYING TO TERM
The first step is to assess your current levels. To do this, we run a selection of scientific tests on your blood, saliva, urine or hair. This shows us which vitamins, minerals and amino acids are circulating through your system. We also test for any common genetic mutations which affect your metabolism of nutrients. (e.g. the MTHFR gene mutation affects the rate at which the body metabolises folate, and has a knock-on effect on B12.)
Once we have your results, we can piece together a diagnosis. We start by comparing your levels for each individual nutrient against the established optimal levels. Importantly, the optimal range for fertility is usually quite different from the ‘normal’ range for someone of your age, lifestyle and physical condition. And unfortunately, most GPs and sometimes even fertility specialists don’t draw a distinction between the two. Even if they happen to order the same tests and look at the same levels, they may read your results as normal, simply because they don’t have the functional medicine expertise to know what the optimal levels really are.
Then, having examined your individual levels, we analyse the complex relationships between them. While the individual results are important, the relationship between all your results is the most important factor when forming a diagnosis. A B12 deficiency alone, for example, might not mean much, but when combined with a VitD deficiency and an excess of cholesterol, it can be very telling.
Finally, with all the testing and analysis done, we’re able to design a tailored treatment plan for your body’s exact needs. This usually includes a personalised prescription of individual vitamins, minerals, antioxidants* and amino acids.
* We usually prescribe both enzymatic and non-enzymatic antioxidants because they work hand-in-hand. The enzymatic antioxidants decrease the formation of free radicals and the non-enzymatic antioxidants neutralise the pre-formed free radicals.