Michelle Mulliss is an internationally known reproductive and general natural health Expert in Harley Street, and has success outcomes of up to 85% of all those who undergo her treatment program.
As a doctor in Traditional Medicine and registered with the British Fertility Society along with the Royal Society of Medicine, Michelle is considered to be UK's only natural gynaecologist to have studied an MSc in Reproductive Medicine and Traditional Medicine to bring together a unique integrated approach for the management of gynaecology & reproductive health matters in all areas of fertility, pregnancy, and menopause.
Although Michelle's specialty is in reproductive health, her expertise covers many areas of chronic and long term health, and as an International medical conference guest speaker, you can be assured that Michelle's expertise along with her team brings great understanding and care for all your health needs.
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''I have worked together with Michelle Mulliss and her team in the care of patients trying to start a family for many years. I have always been impressed with the breath of her knowledge across both traditions of Chinese medicine and conventional western medical practice.
She has a caring and compassionate approach and is an excellent communicator. Patients find her calm and positive perspective very reassuring. With her training and experience across both disciplines, she and her team are able to provide a truly holistic evaluation of the patient and are able to recommend practical and helpful advice to help couples achieve their hope of conceiving'"
Mr Stuart Lavery Consultant Gynaecologist
Lead Clinician IVF Unit
Honorary Senior Lecturer Imperial College
Director IVF Hammersmith NHS Trust
''Michelle's expertise and credibility is something that I have been aware of for some time and I have personally witnessed Michelle’s caring and professional approach with patients undergoing IVF treatment. Her passion and knowledge of both conventional and traditional medicine shines through for a cohesive approach towards patients general health and their ability to conceive.
Her research and clinical background puts her amongst the leaders in her field and patients have a high regard for her. I respect Michelle’s work ethics and pleased to work alongside her with a view to enhance patients outcomes in the field of fertility"'.
We have seen much support for egg freezing as an option for young women who want to have children at a later age, but should ovary tissue freezing become the alternative option for those who want to preserve their fertility without medical needs?
Ovarian tissue preservation technique has been used for women diagnosed with cancer as a way of preserving fertility and eggs, although it’s fair to say that egg freezing is more commonly used as a form of fertility preservation.
However, recently we have seen ovarian tissue preservation and its benefits particularly with the news of Miss Al Matrooshi, the first woman in Britain to have given birth after having an ovary removed as a child. Tissue sample from Miss Al Matrooshi's frozen ovary was re-implanted which enabled the ovary to repair and allow eggs to be produced. However this technique is not the first of its kind in the world and had been previously carried out with the same results on a patient in the Netherlands back in 2015.
Despite its positive results, this technique has had some opposition, however Dr Sherman Silber from the United States who developed the technique in 2005 gives assurance that the procedure is straightforward and not as complicated as it seems.
Further recent studies with mice at Duke University in the US, has shown ovaries affected by chemotherapy treatment had shown some good results using the ovarian tissue re-implantation technique. This study is in its infancy but gives great hope to those considered infertile post chemotherapy treatment.
The benefits I can see for this technique for all women and not only those with life threatening conditions, is that it allows women’s ovaries to repair and therefore enabling women to fall pregnant naturally without the need of IVF as in egg freezing, but this technique is not commonly available to all women unlike egg freezing.
We are seeing more and more women having fertility issues and science development in the area of reproduction is moving forward allowing women time to plan and prepare pregnancy later in life.
As a natural fertility expert I can help women with lifestyle techniques to help promote their cellular, chemical and hormonal functions which help to provide an optimal environment for pregnancy to occur, but this can be limited when ageing and degenerative cellular function makes it difficult to conceive naturally.
However, as a woman, scientist, and as a natural fertility expert, I fully support interventions and developments which enables women to preserve ovaries with a freedom of choice of when they choose to start a family.
With an average cost around eight thousand pounds for the ovarian freeze procedure itself, this technique is something that not all women can afford, however could be seen as priceless if it means the preservation of ovaries which can increase your chance of pregnancy later in life without the fear of age, certainly something worth considering.