13:35 21st October 2017 | FertilitySure
If you are yet to discover your fertility status, or if you are already facing infertility challenges, you need to take control of your fertility if you want to start or expand your family.
There are both male and female factors to be aware of. By taking control of your fertility you can stand up to possible fertility challenges. It is important to remember that infertility challenges are very common and that there are various treatme...
15:55 18th October 2017 | Male Reproductive System
Primary HealthCare Services Specialist Services LifeStyle Adjustments Male Factor Infertility Reproductive Organs Semen Sperm Causes Fertility in Men Hormonal Imbalances Injuries Disorders Physical Abnormalities Sexual Problems Chemicals Toxins Occupational Environment Chemotherapy HealthCare Practitioner Stress Management Intercourse Timing Therapy Weight Management LifeStyle Management Depression Medication HIV STDs
Primary healthcare services could assist with male fertility challenges before specialist services are required. However, before taking a look at how these services and recommended
lifestyle adjustments can help address male factor infertility, let’s briefly look at:
(a) What is Male Factor Infertility?
If the reason that a couple is not able to conceive stems from challenges related to the man’s reproductive system...
04:15 25th September 2017 | Male Infertility
Infertility Male Factor Infertility STDs Abnormal Sperm Low Semen Production Lifestyle Habits Infections Hormonal Abnormalities Retrogade Ejaculation Varicocele Undescended Testicles Physical Abnormalities Age Sexual Problems
Some individuals may know that infertility remains a growing problem in Nigeria. However, what many people don't know is that, according to studies, male factor infertility is responsible for up to 50% of all infertility challenges in the country. These facts and numbers are not common knowledge which makes it even more important to create awareness about the high prevalence of male infertility, its causes and treatment options.Wha...
22:38 10th March 2016 | Sexually Transmitted Diseases
Most of the sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) are curable if treated properly but they can affect the fertility of both men and women if they are mismanaged. They are easily transmitted and mostly curable, and are often a source of embarrassment for the sufferer who may be reluctant to seek help. The World Health Organisation (WHO) estimates that about 70 per cent of the more than three million new STD infections that occur annually ...
Search by condition, treatment or keyword and conveniently browse our informative articles
Book an appointment online or search for a clinic close to you.Book an Appointment
We’re here for you from your first appointment to the end of your journey.