Infertility Treatment in Dubai
Infertility refers to the challenges experienced by a couple in conceiving a child through natural means. These challenges may be caused by factors affecting one or both partners. Most medical professionals agree that a couple cannot be deemed ‘infertile’ until they have been trying to conceive a child for a year or more without success, or six months or longer if the female partner is aged over 35.
As one of the foremost infertility clinics in Dubai, we have a team of qualified professionals who work with each couple to develop a bespoke fertility care plan which is personalised and tailor made to meet each couple’s needs. Our holistic approach to fertility treatment balances the emotional, physical and mental aspects of a couple’s life to aid in fertility treatments.
Problem with ovulation – or the production of eggs – is a common cause of subfertility among women. If there is a lack or absence of egg to be fertilised, then pregnancy cannot occur.
Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome, or PCOS, is the most frequent cause of ovulation problems, as well as female subfertility. PCOS is a type of hormonal imbalance that leads to abnormal or slow growth of on the ovaries, which hinders a woman’s normal ovulation process and causes very irregular periods.
Other major fertility challenges in women include blocked fallopian tubes, low ovarian reserve, problems with the womb itself, as well as lifestyle factors such as stress, smoking, and being extremely under- or overweight. Click on the links below to understand more about the common causes of female infertility.
Infertility in men is often associated with the production or motility (ability to swim) of sperm cells. Our clinic is able to identify causes of male subfertility/infertility and determine the best possible solutions by performing a combination of procedures: semen analysis, physical examination, and other relevant tests.
Key factors that may cause infertility among males include Obstructive Azoospermia, Non-obstructive Azoospermia, Oligospermia (low concentration of sperm), Retrograde Ejaculation, and Varicocele.