Joburg Fertility Center

Get tested at the Joburg Fertility Center

Have you had multiple miscarriages? Are you struggling to fall pregnant? Has the term ‘infertility’ come up? The Joburg Fertility Center (JFC) offers a world-class service to couples who are looking to be evaluated or treated for infertility.

According to the JFC website, “infertility affects millions of people of reproductive age worldwide and has an impact on their families and communities. Estimates suggest that between 48 million couples and 186 million individuals live with infertility globally.”

Getting tested and correctly diagnosed is the first step toward resolving any infertility issues that may be preventing you from starting a family. At the Joburg Fertility Center couples are treated by top infertility specialists and thoroughly evaluated in order to rule out some of the major hindrances to conception. These include ovulation disorders, fibroids, endometriosis, PCOS and blocked fallopian tubes in women as well as male infertility.

“We evaluate and asses our patients using advanced technology to diagnose and determine the possible individually based treatment in the event that one or both partners are infertile.”

Why should I visit a Fertility Clinic?

Couples in the early stages of infertility may choose to consult with their OB/GYN and follow the standard medical recommendations in the beginning. For those suffering from a mild or fairly superficial form of infertility this level of expertise may be enough to get the results they want. However there are many couples who are at a more advanced stage in their infertility journey or have more severe symptoms. For these couples often specialist infertility treatments are the only solution. Visiting a fertility clinic early on could save you time, money and heartache in the long run.

How long should I wait to see a specialist?

The first potential sign of infertility is the failure to conceive after a year of unprotected intercourse. For this reason most doctors would advise that you wait until you have reached the one year mark before seeking specialist medical attention. However each couple is different and deciding when to visit a fertility clinic is a personal choice. 

It might be in your best interest to visit a fertility clinic:

If you have been trying for more than a year to have a baby without success

If you have heavy periods and suffer with severe abdominal pain

If you are over 35 and have been trying to conceive for 6 to 12 months

If you have had multiple miscarriages

What does the Joburg Fertility Center offer?

JFC is able to perform a variety of treatments and procedures to correct infertility. These treatments include:

  • IVF
  • ICSI
  • AI or IUI
  • Surrogacy
  • Egg freezing
  • Genetic testing
  • Semen analysis
  • Embryo freezing
  • Donor program – Egg donation or sperm

Visiting a fertility clinic and receiving specialist advice not only improves your chances of falling pregnant but also has the potential to improve your overall health and well being. For women especially getting treatment for abdominal abnormalities could reduce the level of pain and discomfort that is often caused by infertility related conditions.

For more information visit the Joburg Fertility Center  or call them on 27 10 600 2655.

Article written by: Cindy Harker

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