Fertility Clinics are breaking new ground at Arab Health 2018

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Harley Street Fertility Clinic will be at Arab Health 2018 to highlight the extensive range of fertility services they can offer Middle Eastern families trying to conceive.

Part of the Harley Street Medical Area, the Harley Street Fertility Clinic is supported by a team of specialist consultants in the fields of fertility, gynaecology and urology, who offer advice and treatments in all aspects of assisted conception, gynaecology, endoscopic surgery and male infertility.

The clinic provides comprehensive assistance to couples who are not able to conceive on their own. This ranges from simple techniques such as timing intercourse and inducing ovulation, through to more advanced treatments such as in vitro fertilisation (IVF) and IVF/ICSI using a sperm or egg donor or surrogacy.

Speaking about fertility in the Middle East, Dr Geetha Venkat, founder of the Harley Street Fertility Clinic, said: “The issue of infertility within the Middle East is a complex subject.”

“Whilst the medical speciality of assisted conception has developed and more advanced techniques have emerged to treat couples struggling to conceive, cultural attitudes towards infertility still prove to be a barrier to couples who need to seek help to start a family.”

Dr Venkat, an obstetrician, gynaecologist and consultant IVF specialist with over 25 years’ experience, explains that with education, attitudes in the Middle East are changing.

“There are more couples than ever coming forward to seek treatment and specialist fertility clinics are being established and growing within the region,” she added.

“Treatments are becoming more accessible and success rates are increasing. It is important that couples explore their options to ensur

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