Infertility- The ever rising problem around the world

Infertility refers to the problems faced by couples in conceiving naturally for at least or more than one year having sex without using birth control methods. The reason can be associated with either male or female or both. Recent lifestyle changes, increased work pressure and stress across all verticals of life of a common person has led to reduced fertility among the population in their most fertile period.

Among the females, the major causes of infertility are:

  1. Uterine/ cervical causes
  2. Damaged/Blocked fallopian tubes causes
  3. Ovulation/ hormonal disorder
  4. Age related issues
  5. Unexplained fertility

Similarly among the males, the major causes of infertility are:

  1. Sperm production related problems
  2. Sperm transportation problems
  3. Sexual: Erection and Ejaculation problems
  4. Hormonal problems

Now- a-days, It is possible to treat the cause of infertility among both males and females with the use of highly advanced assisted reproductive techniques. The most popular one include Intra- Uterine Insemination (IUI), In-Vitro Fertilization (IVF), Intra Cytoplasmic Sperm Injection (ICSI), Frozen Egg transfer and Donor’s egg and sperm etc.

In Zambia, with the advancement in corporatization and globalization, the infertility is on increase  among the population. Limited availability of experienced doctors locally has further added to the problem.

Vibcure has identified the requirement of general public in Zambia and in order to provide a better first level consultation to the couples suffering from infertility, has partnered with NOVA IVI, India a leading infertility treatment chain having more than 20 clinics and track record of 17000+ successful pregnancies  to organize infertility clinic at Premium Medical Services, Lusaka. Dr. Jayesh Patel, Infertility expert will be available for consultation on 14th- 15th, April, 2018 at Premium Hospital, Lusaka.

All the interested couples may prebook their appointment by clicking on and for any queries, you may call us at +260 97 9625737or WhatsApp at our centralized line +91 9205115768.  


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