Who should consider IVF?
Contrary to traditional belief, both men and women can be the cause of unsuccessful attempts at having children. For example, in Singapore, the incidence of infertility due to women is 39%, due to men is 20% and due to both is 26%1.
Therefore when seeking fertility assistance, the couple should always go together.
When should we go for IVF?
|1.||According to Dr Roland Chieng – one of Singapore's leading Obstetrics & Gynaecology specialists – it is strongly recommended that couples in the following circumstances seek fertility assistance2:|
|2.||According to SingHealth, trouble concieving might be caused by1:|
|2 .||If you or your spouse has any of the above, you might consider seeing an IVF specialist.|
|3.||Couples that have sought other forms of fertility assistance (e.g. Intrauterine Insemination) and achieved little results.|
How can Ulink help?
Since 1996, Ulink arranges more than 1,000 medical arrangements yearly.
We often refer our clients to the following fertility specialists and client feedback has been good:
Dr Loh Seong Feei – Thomson Medical Centre (TMC)
Dr Loh is currently the medical director of TMC. Prior to his current appointment he was head of reproductive medicine in KKH and director of KKH's IVF centre. (More on Dr Loh)
Dr Ann Tan – Paragon Medical Singapore
Dr Tan is currently CEO of the Women & Fetal centre. Prior to her current role, she was Chief of Fetal Maternal Medicine at Singapore General Hospital. (More on Dr Tan)
Dr Charles Lim – Mount Elizabeth Hospital
Dr Lim is the founder of the Mount Elizabeth Fertility Centre, and has led the centre in IVF and in Gynaecological Operative Video-Laparoscopy. (More on Dr Lim)
Our clients benefit from:
|1.||Flexibility of treatment options: to suit their needs and budget|
|2.||Personal service: before entering the clinic and after they leave|
|3.||Short waiting times: as short as <1 day|
What can I expect during IVF: (Read more)
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