Success Stories


Case One

A couple with 10 years of infertility

The husband’s semen parameters indicated a normal count, motility, and morphology. His wife’s cycles and hormones were in normal range. Other specialists told them they had unexplained infertility.

MCF performed sperm function tests, and consulted a specialist in the UK about the husband’s thalisemia. MCF provided treatment and encouraged stress reduction for the couple. Within 2 months, the wife became pregnant.

Sub-clinical conditions can contribute to infertility. MCF will make a greater effort to investigate possible cases of unexplained infertility.

Case Two

A couple with 9 years of infertility

The husband had a very low sperm count. Doctors suggested IVF (in vitro fertilization) for the couple, but they could not afford this expensive procedure. After receiving consultation from MCF, the husband made some lifestyle changes, and he was given very specific nutrients and amino acids for his case. His wife had irregular cycles and the appropriate medications were administered to her as well. After 6 months of following MCF’s medical advice, the couple became pregnant.

Male factor can be improved in 85% of our male cases. Attention to specific needs also makes a difference.

Case Three

A female patient, aged 38, had elevated FSH levels

Most medical centers would tell her she was too old and her eggs are too poor in quality to get pregnant.

MCF investigated suspected causing agents, performed a body detoxification, and recommended specific nutrients. Routine medications and cycle monitoring were done, and a short time later, she became pregnant.

There are multiple causes of elevated FSH (a type of hormone), not just age. Some things can be done to improve high FSH levels. MCF’s techniques, services, and treatments can increase the chances of pregnancy for older patients.

Case Four

A 37 year old executive was having difficulty getting pregnant

Her diet was poor and her stress levels were high. Various abnormal hormones were identified within her system and treated. Stress reduction therapy was also suggested, and supplements were given. Within 3 cycles of monitoring pregnancy occurred.

Stress has an effect on all systems of the body. The reproductive system suffers the most as it is the least required system for survival. The body prefers to direct its resources and blood flow to more critical organs in adverse conditions. It is important to replenish an exhausted system for best results.