It’s never too late to have a child

Christian Breymann 
Professor of Medicine. Honorary professor of Gynaecology and Obstetrics in Zurich University,
co-director of the Obstetrics and Gynaecology Center (Zentrum GGS), Seefeld, Zurich. Pfizer prize winner 2009 (as a co-author) for research in the field of cardiovascular diseases. Full member of the German Association of Perinatal Care, the Association of Gynaecological Endoscopy (AGE Germany), the International Society of Umbilical Cord Blood, and NESA (New European Surgical Academy).

He can also reassure you that it is never late to have a child. With Professor Breymann responsible for pregnancy management, any future mother can feel safe: all his decisions are bound to be the correct ones. His clinic, with the associated Zurich Obstetrics and Gynaecology Center, delivers over 1000 children each year. There is a joke among his ex-patients that Prof. Breymann’s care guarantees beautiful children. – Professor Breymann, what is the right moment for a woman to go to your center – when the pregnancy has already begun or while it is being planned? – It is best to start with prenatal consultations, meaning when the pregnancy is just being planned. We have to compile a complete medical history to understand whether it is safe for the future mother’s body to go through all of the steps from conception to childbirth. Women frequently appear to have chronic conditions or complications after abortions. Another factor is age. So, such mothers-to-be need special medical attention: a full physical examination, a  hormonal balance check and the measuring of blood concentrations of vitamins and minerals are necessary. Studies confirm that pregnancy goes more smoothly if the concentration of nutrients and hormones in the female body is balanced. In cooperation with the largest Swiss vitamin manufacturer, I have been able to develop a special formula. There are no equivalent products, as mine contains vitamins, minerals, berry extracts and many other valuable nutrients. If, say, a lack of vitamin D or iron is detected, we tailor the formula specifically for each patient. – What stages are there in your work with a mother-to-be? – The first is a conceptual examination and consultation, and an examination of the medical history. The second is the actual pregnancy management. There are three important points here: a genetics and ultrasound scan at about week 12, then, at week 20, an examination of the child’s morphology and diagnostics of its organs, especially the heart, and screening prolonging youth.

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