Stacey Huntley was a doula, or birth coach, for many years and assisted others during the birth process. Stacey had problems conceiving naturally due to ovarian cysts erupting in her youth, a bicornuate uterus (heart-shaped uterus), and later age-related factors. Stacey has undergone four cycles of in-vitro fertilzation, including 3 in other countries. She has a son as a result of IVF in Cape Town.
Michelle Reimer is the mother of one son, and has been involved for some time as a patient manager in medical tourism. She is no stranger to infertility, having struggled with her husband for several years with numerous IUI cycles, and progressing to 3 IVF cycles. She is quite aware of the issues that North Americans face in trying to access high standard fertility care in a financially feasible and timely manner. She is a member of numerous online fertility support sites and has openly shared her struggles with trying to conceive.
Her background is primarily in mental health counseling and support and has a Bachelor’s of Arts Degree, with a major in Psychology. Michelle has accessed a variety of medical tourism procedures for herself and her husband and has witnessed first-hand the quality of care that is offered at the international medical facilities that we work with.