Fakih IVF Fertility Center to Celebrate the Untold Love between Parents-To-Be and Unborn Children

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Research suggests that about 45 percent of couples face infertility problems as it is not only limited to women

Dubai, United Arab Emirates-Wednesday 13 February 2019 [ AETOS Wire ]

Valentine’s Day is commemorated all over the world as a symbol of love and Fakih IVF Fertility Center in Dubai will celebrate the untold love between parents-to-be and unborn children, with free expert consultations on first visits to the clinic and discount on all IVF Packages for the month of February.

“Valentine’s Day is a time to value relationships. However, infertility can lead to stress and can also get emotionally draining. To ensure that we take the anxiety away from couples, we aim to guide parents-to-be on alternative methods and its benefits that can help them conceive. Our goal is to not just nurture relationships, but help individuals pursue their dreams of becoming parents despite facing problems with fertility,” said Dr Michael Fakih, Medical Director of Fakih IVF Fertility Center.

Research suggests that about 45 percent of couples face infertility problems as it is not only limited to women. It further suggests that humans have the least reproductive success due to various complexities of their reproductive system. The reproductive success among humans is as low as 20 percent. This makes humans naturally the least fertile species on the planet. In addition, changing lifestyles, which result in stress and obesity caused by lack of physical exercise, changes in eating habits and pollution accompanied by health disorders such as diabetes are major drivers of infertility.

“While there are several reasons that influence infertility, hormonal imbalance, issues with fallopian tubes, polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS) and secondary infertility are common factors that have led to the rise of this condition. However, several new medical technologies and solutions have helped couples experience the joy of parenthood. On this Valentine’s Day, we intend to provide couples access to best in-vitro fertilization (IVF) treatments to increase their chances of being parents,” added Dr Michael Fakih.

Since its establishment, Fakih IVF Fertility Center has been at the forefront of fertility services, offering couples a chance to celebrate special moments every step of the way.


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