LifeArt Fertility Clinic brings affordable fertility treatment to more couples than ever before. Because every couple deserves the chance to realise the beauty and dream of having a baby.
In 1978 the first ‘test-tube’ baby was born via in vitro fertilization (IVF). This technology is now over 40 years old with more than 6.5 million births being made possible through this breakthrough. Unfortunately, this fertility treatment is not accessible for the majority of couples who so desperately need it. This is mainly due to financial constraints. So with this innovation in the medical industry, low cost quality IVF is within reach for more couples.
A global study published by the World Health Organization in 2004 showed that 186 million women of reproductive age, in 2002, were infertile. The scope of this problem is especially severe in Sub-Saharan Africa which is largely due to reproductive tract infections.
The objective of this unit is…
To make in vitro fertilization possible for the majority of couples who so desperately need this fertility treatment but, sadly, are unable to afford it.
The team at LifeArt Fertility Clinic has partnered with several players in the medical industry to bring down the cost of IVF. By using economies of scale and with the sharing of resources we are therefore able to offer a complete IVF cycle with ICSI (Intracytoplasmic sperm injection) at R24,000. This is substantially lower than the industry average. We are able to assist women up to the age of 38 years.
This is the first time that Low Cost Quality IVF is being offered in a private setting in South Africa.
We believe that this advancement in fertility treatment will make having a baby a reality for many couples.
For more information and referral criteria to our unit please contact us directly on 011 642 0535 or 011 642 0593. Alternatively, you can complete the contact form and we will get back to you. So make your dream a reality.
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