Our Client Review

At 42, I was very concerned about being able to get pregnant, especially with autoimmune and MTHFR issues in the mix. Allopathic fertility specialists gave me little hope, so I searched online for a natural approach and found Carolyn’s clinic. 

After reviewing my case, Carolyn assured me that I still had a good chance of conceiving. I followed her preconception plan for 4 months and fell pregnant on the first try with a baby boy. 

Carolyn’s expertise and support gave me the tools and confidence I needed for a successful pregnancy. I’d recommend her services to anyone struggling to conceive, or just wanting to prepare for a very healthy baby. 

J and Baby Jake, 43


Carolyn Ledowsky

Carolyn Ledowsky is the founder of MTHFR Support Australia. She is a naturopath, herbalist and nutritionist who has a Bachelor of Herbal Medicine, Bachelor of Naturopathy, Advanced Diploma of Naturopathy and Diploma of Nutrition and a Bachelor of Economics from Sydney University. She has also studied courses in genetics at Duke University (Genetics and Evolution) and The University of Maryland (Genes and the Human condition – from behaviour to biotechnology) . She is currently completing a Bachelor of Health Science (Naturopathy) Honours.

Carolyn now sees chronically ill patients from all over the world, who have searched, sometimes for decades, to find the reason behind their ill health. Her strength lies in her ability to reveal layers of dysfunction and not give up until results are seen. Most of her patients have MTHFR mutations and/or associated methylation disturbances. Her key passions are: 

- fertility and
- anxiety and depression

And her mission is to make sure that every couple knows that miscarriages are often due to a low folate due to an MTHFR deficiency. So too anxiety and depression can be hugely improved without drugs by tweaking the biochemistry caused by either genetic susceptibility and addressing environmental factors that affect these genes.

Her practice specialises in genetic susceptibility and how this contributes to biochemical dysfunction and chronic health conditions.