What do patients say about us?
‘I do not believe this. I am in shock…’
Beatrice from London 2017
Beatrice is 41 coming up to 42. She came to us in March 2017 with low AMH (<0.2) . She was advised to go for egg donation. After 3 months of treatment, her AMH is 1.8 and antral follicle scan identified a healthy egg. She now intends to freeze it.
‘I am very pleased with my results’
Isha from London 2016.
Isha’s AMH was 0.6 and her FSH was 18 and when she came to us in August 2016. After receiving treatment, she had a re-test in January 2017. Her AMH is now increased to 3.8 and FSH is lowered to 7.5.
‘I could not believe my AMH test result, It has gone up more than 3 times. I am very pleased with the treatment.’
Pauline from London 2015
‘I am very happy with my FSH and AMH post treatment results. I am now going through with natural IVF but very much like to be supported by you in the process.’
Jane from London 2015
‘Hope you are doing well? I wanted to let you know I had a positive pregnancy test this morning! very happy. I had a little lower back pain last week but has mostly gone, very excited, fingers crossed that all goes well this time. I have the herbs from the last pregnancy and have started taking them straight away as suggested.’
Sylvia from London 2017 (Low AMH – half of the expected level – 20, optimal level 40.04-67.9pmol/l, 2nd generation assay)
What is AMH (Anti-Mullerian Hormone)?
Every woman is born with a limited number of cells that can ripen into mature ova. These cells deteriorate with age and therefore older women become less fertile.
AMH is produced by the ripening cells in the ovary. The greater the number of cells still capable of turning into ova, the more AMH they produce collectively. Hence the level of AMH reflects the remaining potential of the ovary. Low AMH is associated with menopause in an older woman, or premature ovarian failure in a younger woman.
Does AMH correlate with egg quality?
Although AMH is a measure of egg quantity rather than quality, combined with an antral follicle scan, these results will give us a good indication of egg quality.
What can I do with a low AMH?
A low AMH reading means your ovarian reserve is low. It is usually assumed that AMH is part of the aging process and that it therefore cannot be reversed.
However, there is some recent clinical evidence that AMH decline is reversible and a limited amount of data has been reported sporadically across the globe by reputable specialists in this field. The actual mechanics in scientific terms, as to how this occurs, are as yet unclear as there is not sufficient research in this field.
Our clinic aims to balance hormones and improve the capacity of reproductive organ functions including ovarian functions, which we see as the main issues confronting women with low AMH ands poor egg quality. For a detailed discussion of egg quality, please click here.
Given our experience and clinical success in helping women to enhance their AMH level, we are in early stage discussion with Reproductive medicine colleagues with a view to conducting detailed research to look into how and why our treatment works.
What is our clinical record?
Our clinical data shows that we have an excellent track record of improving AMH results. In cases where patients come with these problems, our records show that we have managed to double and in some cases, more than triple their AMH level. Below are listed results from some of our recent patients:
Patient N.N. Aged 38
Jul 17 AMH 1.2
Dec 17 AMH 3.6
Patient B.S. Aged 42
Mar 17 AMH < 0.2
Jun 17 AMH 1.8
Patient I.S. Aged 32
Aug 16 AMH 0.6
Jan 17 AMH 3.8
Patient L.R. Aged 38
Jun 16 AMH 3.2
Oct 16 AMH 6.3
Patient I.Y. Aged 34
Jun 16 AMH 3.6
Sept 16 AMH 6.0
Patient M.R. Aged 36
Jun 15 AMH 1.2
Aug 15 AMH 2.4
Patient P.J. Aged 35
April 15 AMH 0.7
July 15 AMH 2.3
In cases where patients have PCOS
(AMH of PCOS’s patients are usually exceptionally high. A reduction of AMH means a reduction of cysts in the ovaries)
Patient T. P. Aged 38
Jul 17 AMH 22.6
Dec 17 AMH 6.8
Patient S.B. Aged 27
Feb 17 AMH 132.5
May 17 AMH 104.7
Patient N.W. Aged 39
June 16 AMH 266.1
July 17 AMH 164
All initials are changed to observe confidentiality
What do some reproductive specialists say about our track record and service?
Dr. Ramesan Navaratnarajah
Consultant Obstetrician and Gynaecologist
Senior Reproductive Consultant at a NHS Trust in London
How do we increase AMH?
Over the past 15 years, we have perfected a system where we are now confident that we can increase AMH levels for most patients. The most common treatment mode is through tailor-made Chinese herbal remedy. We sometimes use acupuncture when the circumstances are appropriate.
Patients come to us with their most recent AMH test result and other results such as scan (hormone test results are considered up to date if they are less than 3 months old). The first consultation will last for an hour where detailed but non-invasive and pain-free Chinese medical diagnostic procedures will be carried out. This will ensure we understand your particular condition and circumstances thoroughly. This in-depth understanding will allow our specialist to prescribe an unique herbal formula which usually consists of around 20 kinds of herbs tailored made for you only. You will be asked to make drinks out of them and consume them twice a day for 18 days in a month.
A month after the first consultation, you would have finished the herbal remedy. You come back again for a second consultation which will last for 30 minutes. Again, a diagnostic procedure will be carried out to see how well you respond to the treatment. Another unique herbal prescription will be formulated for your improved condition. This monthly cycle will repeat 3 to 4 times before you are asked to have another AMH test carried out. Most patients see significant improvements.
How much are the fees?
The all inclusive fees for treating women are in the region of £350 per month.
How often do I need to come?
Once a month. Most patients come to us for 3 months to 9 months. We will ask all patients to re do AMH test after 3 to 4 months. Some combine our treatment with further IVF cycles.
What should I do next after improvement?
You could pursue a number of options.
Firstly, you may wish to carry on trying naturally. Our records show that for patients who are treated for 6 months or more, our success rate in live birth or stabilising recurring miscarriages is about 45%. Most patients are discharged after 6 to 12 months of treatment. Check out our page on how to help you get pregnant naturally.
Secondly, you may wish to go down the route of assisted conception. We work with some of the best gynaecologists/assisted conception clinics that can offer a full range of treatment modalities which include IUI, IVF, ICSI. We could carry on working with you to ensure reduced levels of FSH during your cycle of treatment with your chosen clinic.
Thirdly, if you are not in a stable relationship but wish to increase your AMH level, you may wish to consider egg freezing since our treatment means that you will have a better chance of preserving more and better quality eggs (see how we improve egg quality).
Whichever option you may wish to choose, rest assured that our treatment will give you a better fertility potential to meet your personal requirements.