The answers to your questions

"As long as man will not be able to reproduce a blade of grass, nature can laugh at his so-called scientificity"
— Thomas Edison

Question What couples can benefit from our natural therapeutic strategies?
Answer
  1. All those in which infertility is functional and not organic in nature.
  2. All couples in which infertility has not yet reached the stage of irreversibility.
  3. All functionally infertile couples who want a child and follow our suggestions and our prescriptions very carefully.
Question What can couples do not benefit from it?
Answer
  1. Couples with obvious infertility signs of organic (anatomical malformations of the male and female organs of reproduction, castration, total obstruction of both fallopian tubes, bilateral oophorectomy, hysterectomy and other pelvic-abdominal surgery with adhesions outcome.)
  2. The couples in which infertility has reached the stage of irreversibility.
  3. Couples who do not believe in the higher laws of nature, the pessimists, the unruly who do not follow the therapeutic requirements and fail to maintain an appropriate relationship of collaboration with their doctor.
Question How often should I undergo your treatments?
Answer Once or twice a week for about a month or two.
Question How long will I stay in the center every time?
Answer About an hour.
Question What diagnostic tests should I be submitted?
Answer They are listed on the site under DIAGNOSTICS.
Question What kind of treatment will I receive? Are they painful?
Answer To those listed in the link about therapy.
Question Other symptoms can be treated simultaneously?
Answer Yes
Question The treatments are also performed for experimental purposes?
Answer Never
Question The treatments provided are all reimbursed by health insurance companies?
Answer Partially
Question What results can I expect?
Answer Satisfactory if the suggestions and prescriptions are met with discipline.
Question The treatments offered can be applied elsewhere as well?
Answer Yes, if you can find a canter with characteristics similar to ours
Question Why are your treatments superior to the traditional ones?
Answer As mentioned elsewhere, our treatments are not superior but different. However, they offer the advantage of encouraging the natural capacity to procreate and do not present the side effects of artificial reproduction techniques.
Question How can I have a private room?
Answer The Eumedica Swiss Canter is an ambulatory canter and thus without patient rooms. We can only arrange accommodation in hotels with rooms appropriate to the patients' request.
Question Can I contact you at night if I have a problem?
Answer Yes, by dialing the appropriate telephone number of the Centre.
About the natural fertilization

Sir Charles Sherrington wrote. "The ball (the cells of the embryo) can be compared to a magic box of bricks. The first cell, the fertilized one, splits in two and so on. When the process has repeated for 45 times, there are 26 million bricks instead of one. It is roughly the number of cells of a child at birth. These cells are combined in a compound which forms a child. Each one has taken its position, its right size and shape, in the right place....Each one has taken the form that fits best to carry out its role in the community of cells to which it belongs, whether it be mechanical traction, chemical transformation, gas transportation, absorption of radiation and so on. Moreover, it did it as if he already "knew" from before the specific conditions under which it will operate ......it is as if a inherent principle would inspire to every cell the knowledge necessary for the execution of a project. This is the image that we see under the microscope, which gives us an impression of presence and intention, after all, though, it's still a static image, that is only the outward and visible sign of a dynamic activity that represents harmony in time and space. Never has the time, place and the agent. Here they are together but all at once and at the same time, except in case of disease (disharmony). All under the command of forces unknown and of immense power. "

God-like guidelines

Program your mind following rules similar to those given by God (God-like guidelines), rather than those "imposed" from science (evidence-based guidelines)!

The secret life of sperms

The spermatozoon is a highly specialized cell that plays an active and complex role in the process of procreation. The semen, for example, among other features, is full of prostaglandins, which are necessary for the regulation of microcirculation and the immune system and thus for facilitating fertilization. Other substances produced by the sperm encourage the development and implantation of the embryo in the uterus. There are probably other yet undiscovered functions.
The job and functions of the sperm are not easy. Their production and their mission are delicate and full of pitfalls. Sperm are produced in the testes, and exactly in the seminiferous tubules where they are still in an immature form (spermatogonia); it takes about two months to mature into sperm. When the maturation has occurred, the sperm move and accumulate in the epididymis, ready to be ejaculated with the orgasm, as well as other substances produced by the prostate and seminal vesicles. In each testicle are produced about 1,500 sperm per second and have a survival of 1 - 2 months. Once ejaculated into the vagina with the orgasm, the sperm are moving at a rate of three millimeters per minute, moving the tail to the rhythm of 250 beats per minute and these movements require 2 billion watts. To reach the egg, waiting in the fallopian tubes, sperm must first overcome the pitfalls of cervical mucus and run for about 20 cm. For every second they have to run 300 times their length, which is equivalent to as if a man would swim at 1872 km/hour. This requires a considerable expenditure of energy.
The sperm also have the property of synthesizing enzymes and proteins essential for the recognition and fusion with the oocyte. Of the initial 200 million, only a few hundred sperm can reach the oocyte and, generally, only one, the hero, is able to penetrate the interior of the oocyte. Only the head penetrates the oocyte and with it the 23 chromosomes are going to merge with the 23 chromosomes of the oocyte. In addition to the chromosomes, the head contains an enzyme (PLC-Zeta), which is responsible for directing and controlling fertilization; thousands of messenger molecules of RNA-based nucleic acids ensure the realization of the early stages of embryonic development, and to the nesting of the embryo in the uterus.
A defect or absence of paternal RNA may be another cause of male infertility.
To win their battles, the sperm must possess the qualities of the aggressive warrior.
To win their battles in the oocytes must have the diplomatic skills of the pacifist.