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Fertility Clinic of Cambodia helps couples conceive

Fertility Clinic of Cambodia helps couples conceive

Samnang Hor, along with his wife and business partner Dr Sean Sokteang, opened the Fertility Clinic of Cambodia (FCC) in 2012 to help restore confidence and hope for infertile couples across the Kingdom. While being consulted by the US-based Alpha Environmental Company, the FCC has proven to have the same success rates as clinics operating around the globe, said Hor.

While using state-of-the-art medical equipment from the US, the FCC’s lab director, Dr. Neil R. Stoddart brings with him 20 years of experience in biology and reproductive health.

The FCC shared some of their patient’s stories to show that couples do not have to give up on the dream of having a family.

Parents conceive through In Vitro Fertilisation

--Wife: Beng Chanry, 32 year-old and Husband: Ngok Meth, 45 year-old
Wife: Beng Chanry, 32 year-old and Husband: Ngok Meth, 45 year-old

“We were hopeless and stressed after five years of unsuccessfully being able to have a child. Even after we went to Vietnam for treatment, we still failed to conceive. But as soon as we were told that the Fertility Clinic of Cambodia (FCC) provides specialized treatment and consultation, we decided to rely on this clinic. We trusted that they would follow the procedures suggested by Dr. Sean with professionalism and medical ethics. Due to the absence of one of my fallopian tubes and my husband’s low sperm count, we underwent In Vitro Fertilisation (IVF). As a result, we are now pregnant. We are soon to be parents of a baby girl. Now, I realize that my dream can come true. I encourage those who face infertility problems to seek specialized consultation and treatment. “

Couple finally becomes pregnant after 13 years

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Wife: Vanna, Husband: Chhay Phannang

“Since early in our marriage we were always overwhelmingly depressed and stressed because we hadn’t been able to have a son or daughter. It is hard to explain with words the anxiety that you feel when you can’t get pregnant.

Now we are blessed and have a little girl. I found that the doctor’s at FCC are professional and highly experienced. I would not have such a fulfilling family without the help of the Fertility Clinic of Cambodia. I trust that it’s not only me, but hundreds of infertile couples who long to become parents. I hope FCC will help more and more families in Cambodia. I would like to thank the doctors and the Fertility Clinic of Cambodia for helping us overcome this enormous difficulty. I want couples to know that they do not need to give up on hope or confidence, and that they can still have a family.”

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