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When infertility has female factor (2)

When infertility has female factor (2)

Dr. Abayomi Ajayi Fertility is an unpredictable thing. By “fertility” we are talking about the human body’s reproductive capability, what enhances or diminishes it, or even how long it lasts. Many women (and men) don’t have much of a grip on these realities of fertility. Last week we examined some of the common causes of […] …

Male factor infertility challenge (2)

Male factor infertility challenge (2)

 Dr. abayomi ajayi 01-4667360, 07026277855 info@nordicalagos.org Last week, we examined the common signs and symptoms as well as the possible causes of male factor infertility. This week, we shall examine the diagnosis and treatment as well as prevention methods. The World Health Organisation (WHO) defines male factor infertility as the presence of one or more […] …

Male factor infertility challenge (1)

Male factor infertility challenge (1)

Dr. Abayomi Ajayi Starting and raising a family is one of life’s most satisfying experiences, but when some couples are struggling with infertility, it is often assumed that the women are the ones with issues. Inability of the average couple to conceive is often more stressful and frustrating for the woman in particular usually because […] …

Why in-vitro fertilisation is not always successful (2)

Why in-vitro fertilisation is not always successful (2)

Oladapo Ashiru Professor of Anatomy/Consultant Reproductive Endocrinologist dapo.ashiru@medicalartcenter.com 0700 MARTCENTER We are still on the most common reasons why in-vitro fertilisation is not always a successful option in the treatment of infertility. The following factors have also been identified as part of the problem: The age factor Age has often been regarded as the major […] …

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