My husband and I each had children from previous marriages, but we wanted to have a child together. After trying unsuccessfully for a year, we broke down and went to see a doctor. After many tests–for each of us–we were told that it was very unlikely we’d be able to conceive a child. My husband’s sperm count was low, and I was older and not ovulating regularly. Enter Dr. Cooper who said, “What could it hurt to let me help you?” And, so it began–NET, muscle testing, vitamin deficiency testing, acupuncture, etc. Then, one month later—that couple that was categorized as “unlikely” found themselves staring at a positive pregnancy test. My husband couldn’t believe it. A test that is 99% accurate wasn’t good enough for him. Being a statistician by trade, he actually made me take the test not once, but three times!