Saturday, November 17, 2018
The first baby from In-vitro fertilisation was born in 1978 through the research efforts of Steptoe and Edwards. Since then the process has been improved through numerous technologies, which has modified it to better standards. It has gone through...
MANAGING Director, Nordica Fertility Centre, Dr. Abayomi Ajayi, has advised those battling with infertility to embrace In-Vitro Fertilization, IVF.Abayomi, a guest speaker during a one-day sensitisation seminar held by the Fertility Awareness Advocacy Initiative, FAAI, in Asaba, Delta State,...
As women age stylishly, it is important that they understand the telltale signs and symptoms of menopause and learn how to cope with them. In this interview with Omolara Akintoye, a Consultant Obstetrician/ Gynaecologist and a Chief Research Fellow...
Over one thousand pregnant women in Bayelsa State, who have been captured in the state government’s free maternal care for pregnant women programme have been given grants for their transport fare to access ante-natal clinics. Governor Seriake Dickson announced this...
A new study has suggested that women who wait just for a short time to get pregnant after giving birth may put themselves and their unborn children in danger. According to a report published by Reuters, the study was part...
A woman’s breasts are primarily for breastfeeding the young but despite the fact that many Nigerian women are blessed with a sizeable chest, millions of babies in the country are yearning for breastmilk. According to scientists, all sizes of...
Following the news on October 20, 2018 when a 67-year-old woman gave birth to her first child through the In Vitro Fertilisation (IVF) process, Dr. Taofeek Ogunfunmilayo of Atoke Medical Centre, Abeokuta, Ogun State, has urged women not to...
A 67 year old woman who got married at the age of 25 years, recently delivered of a baby for the first time/ Watch video below https://youtu.be/gclJktcFaiA Daily trust
The Chairman of the Delta State Primary Health Care Development Agency and Executive Assistant to the Governor on E-Health and Other Health Matters, Dr Isioma Okobah, has called for a robust awareness campaign towards the immunisation of women of...
IT is generally believed that a woman should be able to have s3x six weeks after childbirth. This, however, does not mean she wants s3x; it just means that the woman’s body will not explode if she tries s3x...