Doctors at Eve Fertility Center, a part of NMC Healthcare Group in Sharjah, successfully delivered the first IVF baby at the clinic since its opening in February this year.
Battling infertility for three years, a 26-year-old resident of Ras Al Khaimah was unable to conceive naturally due to male infertility factors. After several failed attempts, the patient approached IVF specialists at the centre, who through their expertise helped her overcome the battle with infertility.
Under the consultation of Dr Ahmed Elbohoty, medical director of Eve Fertility Center, the patient underwent the recommended fertility treatment and was blessed with a baby girl.
With over 15 years of clinical experience, Dr Elbohoty comes with a prolific experience in obstetrics, gynaecology and infertility, said a statement.
The patient said: “We feel so blessed to welcome our baby girl into this world. At one time my husband and I had lost complete hope in having our family, but now we are beyond ecstatic. I’m forever grateful to the medical team at Eve Fertility and their painless fertility treatment that helped us achieve what we felt nearly impossible.”
Dr Elbohoty said: “It’s her first ever IVF treatment and we are absolutely delighted that she chose to get her treatment done at our centre. It was an obstacle-free procedure and the news will motivate many others to opt for this procedure, hopefully at our clinic. This feat would have been impossible to achieve without the hard work of our experts and the quality services provided at the centre.”
Eve Fertility Center is a fully serviced fertility clinic with state-of-the-art facilities and treatment plans aimed at catering to patients longing to start their own families. The clinic consists of embryologists, andrologists, doctors, counsellors and nursing staff that offer treatment facilities including genetic testing, fertility preservation, gender selection and much more, said the statement. –TradeArabia News Services
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