13:39 25th January 2019 | Pregnancy Loss
Miscarriage, also known as spontaneous abortion and pregnancy loss is a common occurrence in approximately 15-25% of pregnancies.
10:33 10th December 2018 | Primary Care
The maternal mortality ratio for women experiencing complications in pregnancy and childbirth has declined significantly from 532,000 in 1990 to 303,000 in 2015
12:03 20th November 2018 | Infertility
The diagnosis of this condition as well as its treatment are factors that can profoundly affect the mental health of the infertile man or woman.
08:30 27th September 2018 | Fertility Clinics
If you or your partner have been diagnosed with infertility, you might be considering IVF treatment. We understand pressure of having children in Nigeria, couples may feel helpless when it comes to infertility.
08:17 27th September 2018 | Fibroids:Causes & Types
As many as 70% - 80% of women before 50 have experienced fibroids or myoma. These benign (non-cancerous) growths can be the size of a pea or a melon in your uterine wall.
08:09 27th September 2018 | Bacteria Infection
Tetanus is a serious infection that can lead to muscle spasms and even death if not treated. It is caused by a type of bacteria that produces a toxin which affects the brain and nervous system.
13:37 29th August 2018 | General Check-Up
We understand that the health of your child is very important to you. With school starting next month, have you considered a health check screening? Have peace of mind knowing that your children are healthy and safe while they're learning, growing, and playing.
13:28 29th August 2018 | Genetic Defects
Fragile X syndrome (FXS) is an inherited genetic disorder that may cause learning and behavioural challenges and is often characterised by large ears or a long face. It is caused by a mutation on the FMR1 gene on the X chromosome, which affects the production of a certain protein. An absence of this protein causes the characteristic symptoms of FXS.
13:22 29th August 2018 | Sexually Transmitted Diseases
Sexually transmitted infections (STIs), are viruses, bacteria, or parasites that are spread by sexual contact. These may be spread by contact with skin, mouth, genitals, or bodily fluids, from vaginal, anal, or oral sex.
08:59 30th July 2018 | General Health Care
A fever temporarily increases your temperature and it is your body’s way of telling you something may be wrong. The body’s normal temperature is between 36.5°C and 37.2°C, and it is usually only cause for concern when the temperature increase reaches 38°C and above.
One’s normal body temperature varies throughout the day by about 0.6°C and is affected by factors such as eating, sleeping, and exercise. The potential increase in body ...
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