Fakih IVF Oman celebrates 49th Oman National Day

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Fakih IVF Oman celebrates 49th Oman National Day
Fakih IVF Oman celebrates 49th Oman National Day

On the occasion, the center is giving more individuals the chance to benefit from their services

Dubai, United Arab Emirates, 7 November 2019, (AETOSWire) : Fakih IVF Fertility Center in Oman has recently witnessed an increase in number of patients battling infertility, over 800 patients have been treated since its inception. Doctors at the center suggest that the inability to conceive in certain cases is due to female factors and in many others is due to a man being infertile.

Therefore on the occasion of the 49th Oman National Day, Fakih IVF is providing all patients the opportunity to benefit from certain IVF-ICSI packages, all inclusive of medications and free consultation, valid until the end of month.

Dr. Walaa Zidan, Specialist Obstetrics & Gynecology at Fakih IVF Fertility Center Oman said, “In most females’ polycystic ovary syndrome, poor ovarian reserve and tubal factors are the common factors causing fertility. In males on the other hand, abnormal sperms production and functioning is reported to be as the common causing infertility. At the fertility center here in Oman we have seen an equal number of cases wherein both male and female factors are the underlying cause of infertility.”

Those desperately looking to start their family, can adopt certain changes in their lifestyle that can help boost their fertility, Dr. Zidan said. These include eating healthy food, especially those rich in antioxidants. Introducing supplements in your diet, particularly those rich in essential vitamins such as folic acid, vitamin C, E, B12, selenium and zinc also helps in considerably improving ones fertility. It is also advised to stay hydrated, reduce the intake of caffeine and to quit smoking and drinking alcohol.

Dr. Zidan recommends seeking medical advice in case the individual is battling thyroid or any other medical conditions such as diabetes mellitus etc. She suggests consuming foods rich in good fats and maintaining an active lifestyle to increase the probability of improving fertility at the earliest.

Fakih IVF Fertility Center is one of the leading Infertility, Gynecology, Obstetrics, Genetics and IVF centers in the GCC region with centers in Abu Dhabi, Al Ain and Dubai. With several state-of-the-art technologies, the center is continually advancing in the field of reproductive medicine across the region.

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