Fertility has been a major problem in the lives of Ghanaians especially the married women. It is not uncommon to see a married woman without a child for some years.
This has always not been the case of only the women but also the infertility of the men too. It saddens Ghanaians to see a married couple stay without giving birth as a successful marriage is characterized by a number of children, they give birth to.
And this is the believe of Ghanaians. When this happens for some time, the next step is divorce of the marriage and the Ghanaian society frowns on that. Hence infertility in women and men is something Ghanaians abhor.
Therefore, there is a need for creating a fertility hospital or centre to solve this problem of such victims. Fertility hospital in Ghana give diagnosis and provide treatment to infertile women and men.
Among the fertility centres in Ghana, a thorough survey shows Medifem Multi-Specialist Hospital and fertility centre is the best fertility centre in Ghana.
MEDIFEM MULTI-SPECIALIST HOSPITAL AND FERTILITY CENTRE
It is one of the most experienced and successful fertility centres in Ghana. With their experienced and specially certified medical team, they offer the following services; fertilization (IVF), Intra- cytoplasm sperm, injection (ICSI), Intra Uterine Insemination (IUI) and other assisted conception technology procedures. Provision of up-to-date treatments is the hall mark of this fertility centre.
This is the fact that their determined medical team has being doing researches for new and better options every now and then. When you face difficulty while starting a family especially in the Ghanaian society is very emotionally challenging. With Medifem Fertility Centre has IVF laboratory with a distinctive atmosphere which is necessary for fertility treatment and development of innovative technology to improve clinical outcomes. Their fertility laboratory has state-of- the art equipment.
FERTILITY TREATMENTS IN WOMEN
- IN-VITRO FERTILIZATION (IVF)
IVF is a fertility procedure in which a woman’s eggs are stimulated to develop in multiples using hormone therapy and then the eggs are retrieved by a minor surgical procedure and exposed by a husband’s sperms for fertilization. Fertilizing the eggs occurring in the laboratory or in-vitro is normally the process. In other to implant for pregnancy, the fertilized eggs or embryos can then be transformed to a woman’s uterus.
- FERTILISATION WITH INTRA CYTOPLASMIC SPEM INJECTION (ICS1)
ICS is one of the most effective methods of fertility egg, efficiently when insufficient sperm parameters are compromised or when fertilization methods have failed. Through ICSI, even the most severe cases of male infertility, very low numbers of sperm or even no sperm in the ejaculate can be successfully treated with ICSI. In such severe cases, sperm could be obtained from the testes or epididymis by a minor outpatient procedure, unless the man (husband) does not have the genetic ability to make sperm.
- EMBRYO FREEZING
Extra embryos can be frozen (“cryopreserved”) for future use by the couple, After the eggs are fertilized and the required number of embryos has been transferred. Medifem Multi-Specialist Hospital and Fertility Centre, cryopreservation of embryos is carried out either on the third day after egg retrieval or on the fifth or sixth day after egg retrieval (the “blastocyst” stage). Embryos that have potential to become successful pregnancies in the future are cryopreserved.
FERTILITY TRETMENTS IN MEN
Male patients are not left out. Medifem fertility centre provide urology services in an atmosphere that is caring, private, and comfortable. In addition to semen analysis, semen cryopreservation, and intrauterine inseminations, they perform in vitro fertilization (IVF) procedures and sperm preparation for intracytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI) in our laboratory.
They also offer the convenience of safe, reliable sperm cryopreservation at a minimal cost. Testicular and epididymal sperm can be cryopreserved for future use so there is new hope to men with severely impaired spermatogenesis, allowing them to potentially bank very small numbers of sperm for a future IVF cycle. They perform the following test services;
- Sperm Morphology Classification
- Sperm Viability Testing
- Hypo-osmotic Swelling Test (HOS)
- Testing for Anti-sperm antibodies
- Testing for Leukocytospermia
Address: Margaret Anderson Avenue, Westlands, Accra, Ghana.
Email: [email protected]
Phone: +233 302 433963 / 0554 110224