It is terribly stressful trying to fall pregnant, doing everything right and yet still seeing a lack of results. This has been made so much worse for so many couples as fertility treatments were cancelled by every fertility clinic in the country due to the outbreak. Many couples feel they have lost months, when there was already no time to lose. There is an overwhelming sense of desperation and yearning to see that smiling face, first on a pregnancy test and then, hopefully one day, on the face of your own baby and this delay hasn't helped.
I'm sure you've noticed, as I have over the years, that some women seem to just magically fall pregnant, while others who long and yearn for a child have great trouble in conceiving. And if you've had difficulty falling pregnant, I may be able to help you.
My name is Paul J.O'Brien and I am one of Ireland's leading experts in Traditional Oriental Medicine, specialising in the field of natural reproductive health and fertility. My articles, advice and successes have been featured in the Irish Times, Irish Independent, Evening Herald, Irish Examiner and more.
I am proud to hold the highest live birth success rate in Ireland, (as of writing 84% of my patients starting treatment in 2019/2020 are pregnant, 8% currently pregnant, with 76% having already given birth - including 2 new babies born only a few weeks ago!), using all natural methods in my South Dublin clinic.
Over the years I have seen many complications that have led to trouble in conception, such as:
- Being over the age of 40
- Low oestrogen levels
- Low progesterone levels
- Low egg supply
- Low AMH
- High FSH
- Poor Egg Quality
- Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS)
- Tilted uterus
- A Collapsed fallopian tube
- Poor Sperm Motility
- Poor Sperm Morphology
- Low Sperm Count
- and more...
Worse still I have seen many women who are told simply that they have unexplained infertility.
Now, this is never true.
With so much social pressure as friends and family fall pregnant all around, it can be devastating to have been given such a diagnosis, and hear what should be good news from friends and family, leaving not joy but feelings of bitterness and angry. But....
...you are not broken.
In the hundreds of cases that I have treated and in the hundreds I've been referred to over the years, I have never yet seen a case that cannot be fully and accurately diagnosed and explained.