Reviv & Logan Medical

Welcome to Logan medical. Here we are a specific genre of practitioners ranging from highly experienced clinical nursing staff to holistic therapists. We have been so excited to be able to introduce new pioneering methods to combat fertility challenges and recently have had the exclusive pleasure of training with the elite Reviv company in 2016. Whilst we recommend you visit their site were you will learn about how reviv was generated and its ethos underpinning the future of health we will spend some time discussing how these therapies can assist you within your journey.

At Logan medical your journey is unique and it all starts with your Logan wellbeing consultation. From this unique programme you are referred to the medical team where another tailored made package is created to suit your own fertility challenges and health needs. Our nurse consultants will specifically assist you with choosing the correct course of intravenous therapies. Between sessions and as an alternative we offer some intramuscular drugs which also assist in altering your health needs and deficits placing your body in the most optimum state of homeostasis to conceive.

The main intravenous therapies offered that are of benefit for fertility challenges are:

  • ROYAL FLUSH
  • ULTRAVIV
  • MEGABOOST

Intramuscular support varies depending on client need two of our main IM drug regime would include dexamethasone and vitamin b12.

Whilst each of the drips hold several different minerals vitamins and essential antioxidants which are essential to improving your health and matching your productivity we have selected and highlighted the main drug therapies that assist in augmenting your internal body homeostasis when dealing with endocrinology and fertility issues.

B12-

Whilst there are many health benefits to this drug here are some key reasons why we would chose it for you…

Having a deficiency in this area for women can interfere with ovulation or normal cell division. It can affect how the fertilised ovum is implanted in the uterine lining therefore adding this into your programme can significantly reduce miscarriage. Using folate supplements or following a high folate diet may mask symptoms of B12 deficiency. B12 deficiency is often asymptomatic. You may not know you are deficient. This accentuates the need for more detailed testing. B12 plays a crucial role in the functioning of the brain and nervous system. It is also equally responsible for the formation of red blood cells, in its absence you can suffer fatigue, clinical depression, memory loss as well as more detrimental and irreversible effects on the brain and nervous system.
Men- in about 40% of cases, couples inability to conceive is due to male infertility. Here again b12 plays a significant role. Overlooked by many in the past until 1980 when consultants saw a massive rise in sperm count from the addition of this drug to those who were clinically depleted. B12 deficiency can cause erectile dysfunction in men.

VIT C (ascorbic acid)

Whilst there are many health benefits to this drug here are some key reasons why we would chose it for you…

Vit C in men has shown to improve sperm quality, protect sperm from DNA damage. It protects sperm from oxidative damage due to free radicals. Studies have shown vit c deficiency has been linked to low sperm count, poor sperm motility and morphology. Vit c is necessary not only to ensure healthy sperm but to support them on getting where they need to go.

Vit C plays a vital role in ovulation and egg health. Ascorbic acid plays an essential role on menstruation and ovarian function. Ascorbic acid excretion is increased and declines immediately prior to ovulation and then immediately increases again just after temperature rises post ovulation. Research speculates this reflects uptake of Vit C in the preovulatory phase assisting proper ovulation. Problems with this function may contribute issues with corpus luteum growth, and may be the cause of ovarian cysts (PCOS).

Vit C improves hormonal levels and increases fertility in women with luteal phase defect.
Vit C can reduce heavy menstrual bleeds
Vit c supports endometriosis and uterine fibroids- increasing cellular immunity decreases autoimmune progression and fatigue.
Vit C is vital for healthy pregnancy studies show large quantities are utilized by the female during conception and are necessary to formation sand integrity of foetal membranes.

TAURINE:

Whilst there are many health benefits to this drug here are some key reasons why we would chose it for you…

Similar to amino acids in its free form is found mostly in the body’s nervous system, in blood platelets and in muscles. Parts can be synthesised by the liver in combination with vitamin B6. Taurine is effective as an antioxidant aiding detoxification of the body by those retaining drugs and poisons trapped in the liver. Taurine is very important in human growth especially within the development of the brain and eyes. Taurine plays a vital part of hormonal metabolism and can stimulate production of insulin and prolactin. Low levels can occur with a lack of vit B6, low consumption of meat fish or eggs, candida (over production of yeast causing food intolerances), eating foods high in MSG etc. taurine is an essential amino acid for the developing foetus. Taurine is the highest concentrated amino acid in the brain of the foetus.

Men – the movement and quantity of sperm in the male ejaculate has significantly reduced over the last 50 years with diet and lifestyle choices to blame. The reduced count and motility of sperm can be counteracted by various minerals essentially Taurine. Holmes, RP et al The taurine and hypo taurine content of human semen. J Androl 1992 May-june 13(3) 289-92

MAGNESIUM

Whilst there are many health benefits to this drug here are some key reasons why we would chose it for you…

Magnesium effects hormonal balance. Many women are missing this mineral in their diets and the effects are major. It aids women dealing with PMS, dysmenorrhea, infertility, pregnancy and weight management issues. “Fluctuating sex hormones affect our magnesium levels making women more sensitive to magnesium deficiency than men”- Dr Caralyn Dean.

Low magnesium causes spasms in a womans fallopian tubes and uterine lining preventing egg implantation.
When pregnant you need more magnesium daily reducing your risk of preeclampsia premature births and SIDS.

NAC (N –Acetyl-L-Cysteine):

Whilst there are many health benefits to this drug here are some key reasons why we would chose it for you

This is one of our most multi-functional drug choices- this drug greatly improves fertility and probability of ovulation. It reduces undesirable insulin resistance. Reduces consequences of fatty liver disease and reduces pregnancy complications such as pre-eclampsia by reducing toxic AGEs.

NAC protects you and your baby from toxic exposure. Provides antioxidant protection against your reproductive system and supports egg quality enhancement. NAC lowers homocysteine levels in your blood reducing inflammation and improves detoxification. NAC boosts chances of pregnancy continuing PAST 20 WEEKS BY 190%.

ZINC

Whilst there are many health benefits to this drug here are some key reasons why we would chose it for you…

Zinc deficiency can cause chromosol changes in either partner leading to reduced fertility and increased risk of miscarriage. Zinc is required for your female body to attract and hold the reproductive hormones- oestrogen and progesterone.

GLUTITHIANONE and DEXAMETHASONE

Whilst there are many health benefits to this drug here are some key reasons why we would chose it for you…

Glutathione and PCOS- this drug is exceptionally important to reduce testosterone. Less glutathione in ovarian tissue leads to poor egg quality. Using our unique methods we can increases rate of ovulation egg production egg quality. Glutathione is rarely found to be in optimum balance even in humans feeling that they are in a state of homeostasis.

Why is it important? Glutathione stands out among the endogenous antioxidants as its cells projectors have major defence against free radicals. This is why it’s called the master. In fact the levels of glutathione determine the level of oxidative stress in our body. Oxidative stress is found to be one of the causes of chronic fatigue syndrome, liver cirrhosis, Parkinson’s and a major cause of male infertility.

So if we lack glutathione one of the tell-tale signs we age faster and suffer male infertility issues.
Dexamethasone is a low dose (steroid) which augments the ovarian response to exogenous gonadotrophins.
Anovulation is one of the more common causes of infertility. Dexamethasone can augment the efficacy of clomid if the efficiency of this drug is your chosen method to enhance fertility.
Utilising the medical programme at Logan and using our methods of delivery for dexamethasone you would benefit from :

  • Assistance in conception
  • Reduce auto immunity by reduction of certain antibodies potentially affecting fertility and Enhanced pre ovulatory serum prolactin.

Glutathione has been referred to as the “master antioxidant” it is the most important antioxidant made up of 3 amino acids. It contains sulphur and is regulated within your body so it can reuse the benefits in multiple organs.  Its main function is to quench all sorts of damaging chemicals that regularly float about in our bodies from inflammation and toxins. Each cell needs glutathione when deficient our health suffers.

Normal sperm count is considered 20 million per millilitre and above according to WHO (world health organisation)
Normal sperm motility is considered 50% of sperm moving forward.
Glutathione supplements in men are great at reducing oxidative stress on sperm.