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Nordica In The News

Globally, March is regarded as Endometriosis Awareness Month. The aim is to increase awareness and highlight the symptoms of the debilitating condition so that more women that are affected can receive diagnosis and treatment earlier. Endometriosis is a common disorder in which the tissue that normally lines the uterus (endometrium) grows outside of the uterus. This tissue builds up and forms adhesions (bands of scar-like tissue) that can attach to the bladder, bowel, vagina and other places within the reproductive tract.

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While one in every four Nigerian couples experience delay in achieving conception, experts say with multiple IVF the challenge can be addressed. Martins Ifijeh chronicles the lives of couples who through the assisted reproductive technology are now proud parents. Read more here.

Having a baby may seem simple, but the reality of conception and pregnancy is far from simple. On the contrary, it is actually extremely complicated. Read more here.

How can you improve your sex life when you’re trying to get pregnant? There are no easy answers. Sex is for making babies. Read more here.

When you’re exploring fertility treatment, it’s difficult to know where to start. There’s so much information out there and it’s hard to know which sources you can trust… read the full story here.

One in four couples experience delay in achieving conception, a fertility expert, Dr Arati Sohoni has said…Read the full story here.

Celebrating its five years of delivering high professional practices, Dr. Arati Sohoni, Nordica Fertility Centre, Abuja, has disclosed that it has so far completed over 1, 000 IVF cycles… Read the full story here.

Celebrating its five years of delivering high professional practices, Dr. Arati Sohoni, Nordica Fertility Centre, Abuja, has disclosed that it has so far completed over 1, 000 IVF cycles…..Read the full story here

Determined to offer better health services, Nordica Fertility Centre has introduced modern advanced techniques in fertility services especially in the area of baby gender selection…. Read the full story here

Endometriosis is a medical condition that occurs when the lining of the uterus, called the endometrium, grows in other places, such as the fallopian tubes, ovaries or along the pelvis. When that lining breaks down, like the regular lining in the uterus that produces the menstruation, it has nowhere to go…Read the full story here

A correspondent with your darling newspaper, Saturday PUNCH, Tunde Ajaja, won at this year’s edition of Nordica Media Merit Awards, which held in Lagos earlier in the week…Read the full story here

It was indeed a colorful Yellow evening that will not be forgotten in a hurry, said a guest at the second edition of Nordica Media Merit Award for Excellence reportage of Reproductive and Fertility Issues and the venue was the prestigious…Read the full story here

Ask Mrs. Precious Bassey, she will tell you that her greatest regret in life is wasting her reproductive years instead of settling down early for marriage. Mrs Bassey said: “I was thirty-six, and was dating a lot. I was more interested in meeting up with groups of friends for after-work drinks and lingering over dinners at the latest hot spots than I was in nesting at home with one man…Read the full story here

Dr Abayomi Ajayi is a consultant obstetrician and gynaecologist and Managing Director, Nordica Fertility Centre, Lagos, a clinic that specialises in the treatment of infertility. In this interview with Sade Oguntola, he says that infertility is not a death sentence since medical science can help resolve it. Infertility is on the rise in Nigeria, what are the reasons…Read the full story here

Dr Abayomi Ajayi is a consultant obstetrician and gynaecologist and Managing Director, Nordica Fertility Centre, Lagos, a clinic that specialises in the treatment of infertility. In this interview with Sade Oguntola, he says that infertility is not a death sentence since medical science can help resolve it. Infertility is on the rise in Nigeria, what are the reasons…Read the full story here

Pursuing a career was more important for Ms Kemi Abdullah (not real name) than having babies. She was sure she had no fertility issues; after all, she had never had a miscarriage before. By the time she reached the peak of her career and was itching to have her own child, she was told her eggs were not as fertile as before and the only option was to get pregnant through donor…Read the full story here

The prevalence of endometriosis, a disease that was not previously common in the country has become such that  one in 10 Nigerian women suffer from it.Endometriosis is a disorder in which tissue that normally lines the inside of the uterus –the endometrium grows outside the uterus causing pelvic pain especially associated with menstruation. Dr. Abayomi Ajayi, a fertility expert, and managing director, Nordica Fertility Centre, disclosed…Read the full story here

Mrs. Tola Ajayi, Clinic Manager, Nordica Fertility Centre and wife of Dr. Abayomi Ajayi, Managing Director, Nordica Fertility Centre, is passionate about women issues. A trained nurse and counselor, Mrs. Ajayi, in this interview with Segun Ajiboye (Assistant Editor) and Jumoke Owoola, spoke about several issues, including her husband, parents and …Read the full story here

According to a consultant gynaecologist and fertility expert, Dr. Abayomi Ajayi, the condition is a serious female reproductive disorder, which occurs when the endometrial lining of the uterus spreads into the pelvic cavity, implanting itself on the pelvic structures causing inflammation and…Read the full story here

THE Endometriosis Support Group Nigeria, ESGN, during its 2017 Physicians’Roundtable, is bringing together medical experts from Nigeria, the United States of America and other countries to deliberate on finding lasting solution to the menace of endometriosis on the health and welfare of women of reproductive age in the country and elsewhere…Read the full story here

Do you know Five Alive? Yes; the popular packaged juice. No; you are wrong; damn wrong. Even though they were found at a Lagos party yesterday, these “Five Alive” are no drinks; they are five kids born same day by same mother. The Shofunlayo quintuplets were nicknamed “Five Alive” because they survived against normal expectations at birth in 2011. They were part of the 1, 200 babies conceived through Assisted Reproduction at Nordica Fertility Centre, which made its debut in 2003.

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Global health experts will be convening at the Endometriosis Awareness Campaign Gala Night, to brainstorm on new and effective ways of tackling the disease in adolescents. Speaking during a press conference in Lagos, the Lead Medical Consultant, Endometriosis Support Group, Nigeria (ESGN) and the Chief Executive Officer (CEO), NORDICA Fertility Centre, Dr. Abayomi Ajayi, said the disease which is often misunderstood, can only be diagnosed through a surgical procedure.

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The CEO, NORDICA Fertility Centre, Dr Abayomi Ajayi, in this interview with Royal Ibeh explains how Pre-implantation Genetic Screening has helped Children from In Vitro Fertilization (IVF) to be free from about 600 diseases.

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A fertility consultant, Dr Ifeoluwa Oyetunji, on Wednesday said practising safe- sex, avoiding alcohol, smoking and stress and maintaining a healthy living could improve fertility rates in men and women.

Oyetunji of Nordica Fertility Centre, Ikoyi, said this on the sideline of a media training and workshop in Lagos.

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WARRI – MEN working in the oil industry alongside those leaving around facilities with petro-chemical exposures like gas flaring have been said to be at risk of low sperm quality. The warning was given, weekend, by the Assistant Director, NORDICA Fertility Center, Dr. Victor Ajayi during a seminar organized by the center at Warri.

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Fertility specialist, Dr. Abayomi Ajayi is a Consultant Obstetrician and Gynaecologist. The Managing Director, Nordica Fertility Centre, has through his clinic, pioneered the Intracytoplasmic Morphologically Selected Injection (IMSI) in Nigeria.

In this encounter at his Ikoyi clinic, he talks about the nagging issue of rise in male fertility and states what role the religion can play in the treatment of infertility.

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Pre Implantation Genetic Screening (PGS), a technology that helps screen against diseases in the embryo that may manifest later in life, will greatly help improve the outcome of fertility treatment in Nigeria, the Managing Director, Nordica Fertility Centre, Dr. Abayomi Ajayi, has said.

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Dr Abayomi Ajayi is the Chief Executive Officer of NORDICA Fertility Centre, Abuja. In this interview with CHIKA OKEKE, he said that over 25 percent of babies delivered through In Vitro Fertilisation (IVF) are twins.

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Reasons for sex selection could be medical, social or personal. In this interview, Nordica Medical Director Dr Abayomi Ajayi tells OYEYEMI GBENGA-MUSTAPHA how genetics is assisting couples choose the babies they want perfectly.

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It used to be that a woman who had no uterus could not be a mother. But that is no longer the case. Women are not only getting pregnant at older ages, they are becoming mothers even without a uterus.

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Every man and woman wants a healthy baby, but do they want a boy or girl? Even without admitting it, we all have a preference. For instance, if you already have a boy, you’d probably like a girl, or vice versa.

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While speaking in an exclusive interview with Daily Sun at her Ikoyi office in Lagos, Nigerian s*x, fertility and relationship counselor, Tola Ajayi, who is the wife of Dr. Abayomi Ajayi of Nordica Fertility Centre, gave an insight on what a s*x therapist does, recipes for good sexual life and lots more.

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Sometimes there can be an abnormal number of chromosomes in a cell. This could be either additional or missing chromosomes. According to experts, this is known as aneuploidy and it accounts for the majority of inherited disease syndrome in babies. OYEYEMI GBENGA-MUSTAPHA writes that there are scientific ways out.

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WITH a promise to have 10 couples go through free fertility treatment, notable comedian, Ali Baba, has just added medical help to his comic therapy.

The offering is being tied to his Alibaba January 1st Concert in conjunction with Fertility Treatment Support Foundation (FTSF) and Alibaba & Friends

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Parents have been urged to avail their daughters, who complain of acute menstrual pain, screening for endometriosis.
Medical Director/Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Nordica Fertility Centre Dr. Abayomi Ajayi said acute pain is one of the signs of endometriosis.

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OVER the past decade and a half, Consultant Obstetrician/Gynaecologist  and Managing Director/CEO, Nordica Fertility Centre, Lagos, Asaba and Abuja, Dr. Abayomi Ajayi, has been living his childhood dream of helping Nigerians to overcome the challenge of infertility and  completing their families through Assisted Reproductive Techniques, ART, such as IVF. However, despite the successes in this direction, Ajayi remains worried about the high number of babies that die before birth or are born with genetically transferred disorders. In this chat with SOLA OGUNDIPE, he  speaks about the development and steps being taken to tackle it.

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Fertility specialist, Dr Abayomi Ajayi is pleasant person to engage in an interview.  At his office in Norman Williams Street, Ikoyi, the Managing Director of Nordica Fertility Centre was full excitement as he responded to questions from this journalist

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An In Vitro Fertilisation specialist and Managing Director, Nordica Fertility Centre, Dr. Abayomi Ajayi, tellsARUKAINO UMUKORO about the dangers of fertility drugs.

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Meet with Nordica’s team of fertility experts, ask questions, and learn more about infertility causes, diagnosis and treatment options. The forum will be held in a relaxed, casual atmosphere and there is absolutely no obligation of any kind.

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Abayomi Ajayi, a consultant obstetrician and gynaecologist, is the CEO of Nordica Fertility Centre, which specializes in In-Vitro Fertilization. Ajayi, in this interview with Mary Ekah, unravels the myth behind IVF services, his journey into the fertility business and Fertility Preservation, Nordica’s very latest procedure used in assisting conception.

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The high prevalence of infertility globally is taking its toll on some Nigerians as some couples affected by this problem now fall victims to some medical doctors allegedly engaging in sharp practices.  

While addressing journalists in Lagos recently, Ajayi who is the managing director of Nordica Fertility Centre in Victoria Island, Lagos lamented that sometimes, people did not really know the difference between IVF and IUI. Read the rest of the story here
A renowned fertility expert has revealed that there is three percent drop in quality of sperm annually, just as he called on patients to embrace modern technology in resolving of male and female infertility in the country. The Managing Director of Nordica Fertility Center, a consultant obstetrician and gynaecologist , Dr. Abayomi Ajayi, who made the call in Abuja also assured that the Abuja center is poised to provide the latest and most advanced assisted reproductive……
 
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Dr. Abayomi Ajayi is a consultant obstetrician and gynaecologist and managing director of Nordica Facility Centre, Lagos. In this interview with APPOLONIA ADEYEMI of New Telegraph newspaper, he highlights the ordeal of childless couples and the role of lifestyle to boost fertility. Read the rest of the story here

Central to the objective of the sensitization exercise, according to the Managing Director, Nordica Fertility Centre, Lagos, and ESGN representative, Dr. Abayomi Ajayi, was to educate the girls about the devastating health implications of Endometriosis and the need to seek early medical intervention for those affected

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In a bid to create awareness and sensitize the girl-child on endometriosis, a non- governmental organization; Endometriosis Support Group Nigeria, ESGN, has partnered the Most Beautiful Girl in Nigeria, MBGN 2015, and Nordica Fertility Centre to drive the cause.
 
Speaking to students of Queens College, Yaba-Lagos, Managing Director, Nordica Fertility Centre and ESGN representative, Dr. Abayomi Ajayi, said the awareness exercise was crucial for better management of the disorder.

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IT was a star-studded list of Nigerians that braved the early-morning downpour on Saturday March 5, 2016, to participate in the annual Endo Walk, aimed at breaking the silence around Endometrioisis – a silent but growing health condition that predisposes women of reproductive age to ill health, infertility and severe periodic pains. Read the rest of the story here
Some women go through hell during menstruation because of acute pain. Yet the underlying cause,  endometriosis, could be misdiagnosed. According to the Medical Director (MD), Nordica Fertility Centre, Dr Abayomi Ajayi, endometriosis, a condition that occurs when tissue similar to the lining of the womb (uterus) grows in other areas of the body. Read the rest of the story here  
A consultant obstetrician and gynaecologist at Nordica Fertility Centre Lagos, Dr. Abayomi Ajayi, has said that painful menstruation in women could be linked to a disorder called endometriosis… Read the rest of the story here

Towards providing support for millions of women silently suffering from Endometriosis across the globe, especially in Nigeria where the knowledge of the condition is relatively low, Endometriosis Support Group Nigeria(ESGN), a Non –Governmental Organisation (NGO) in conjunction with Nordica Fertility Centre, has rolled out various activities lined up for Endo Walk 2016.

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If you are a woman struggling with infertility without any medical explanation, it could be that you have Endometriosis, a disorder in which the tissue that forms the lining of your uterus grows outside of your uterine cavity.

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The managing director of NORDICA Fertility Centre, Lagos, Dr Abayomi Ajayi, has disclosed that over 5 million Nigerian women are suffering from Endometriosis disease, while there are about 178 million sufferers all over the world.

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As part of efforts to reduce the burden of infertility in the country, Nordica Fertility Centre and Fertility Treatment Support Foundation (FTSF) has stated that it would give free and complete In-vitro Fertilisation (IVF) treatment to five indigent couples, as well as provide free screening to 17 lucky couples who participated in its free fertility treatment contest.

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Fertility expert, and managing director, Nordica Fertility Centre, Dr. Abayomi Ajayi has advised physicians in the country to embrace new  In Vitro Fertilization (IVF) techniques in order to improve success rates, and meet up with international best practices.

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ASABA—A consultant Obstetrician and Gynecologist, Dr Abayomi Ajayi, has said it is difficult to determine the success rate of In-Vitro Fertilisation, IVF, in the country due to lack of monitoring agencies.

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Nordica Fertility Centre’s Infertility Counselor/Acupuncturist, Esther Odiete, at the Physicians Roundtable at in Lagos, recently with theme: ‘Transforming Infertility Treatment- In line with global advancements’ affirmed that acupuncture could benefit IVF patients beyond potentially improving rates of IVF pregnancy  success.

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Nordica Fertility Centre’s Infertility Counselor/Acupuncturist, Esther Odiete, at the Physicians Roundtable at in Lagos, recently with theme: ‘Transforming Infertility Treatment- In line with global advancements’ affirmed that acupuncture could benefit IVF patients beyond potentially improving rates of IVF pregnancy  success.

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According to the “World Hospitals’ ranking on the Web”  conducted by  Cybermetrics Lab, Neuropsychiatric Hospital Aro Abeokuta, emerged the 6th best hospital in Africa and 2091 in the world. Nordica Fertility Centre Lagos  came 21st in Africa and 6167th in the world. Read the rest of the story here

Nordica Fertility Center is pleased to announce that the Company has earned ISO 9001:2008 certification.

The ISO 9001:2008 standard is utilized to certify quality management systems that focus on continuous improvement, customer satisfaction and the active involvement of both management and employees in a process-based approach.

This certification is a reflection of our complete dedication to the pursuit of quality in every aspect of our operations

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