23 Aug THE OYALA UNIVERSITY CENTER OF GYNECOLOGY AND FERTILITY ANNOUNCES NEW PREGNANCY ACHIEVED THROUGH IN VITRO FERTILIZATION IN EQUATORIAL GUINEA
The OYALA University Center for Gynecology and Fertility announces new pregnancies achieved through in vitro fertilization in Equatorial Guinea.
This is the third and fourth pregnancy achieved through in vitro fertilization. The first was announced last June by the same center, while the second occurred less than twenty days ago.
The future mother of the third pregnancy achieved responds to the initials of A.T.N.N., 32 years old. The patient underwent embryo transfer just two weeks ago, subsequently giving a positive pregnancy test.
The announcement of this third pregnancy represents a new achievement for the center that began carrying out fertility techniques just 5 months ago, which establishes it as a leading benchmark in fertility health care services in the country and the sub region.
On the other hand, the center has reported a fourth pregnancy that unfortunately turned out to be unsuccessful a few days after the positive, due to the malaria that affected the patient. From the center they insist on the importance of regular medical check-ups to be able to detect any pathology that may affect the correct development of a pregnancy and recall that the personalized and specialized care of their doctors is one of their greatest commitments to Equatorial Guinean society.
His Excellency Vice Minister of Health and Social Welfare, Mitoha Ondo Ayekaba, declared: “From MINSABS we can only congratulate the great medical team of the Oyala Gynecology and Fertility Center, whose dedication and constant work make it possible for us to communicate, once again, new pregnancies by In Vitro Fertilization in Equatorial Guinea, while consolidating the development of sexual and reproductive health services in the country. We regret, however, the loss of the pregnancy due to malaria and we convey to the family all our affection and support”
We also remember that the Center maintains several days a month for consultations in the city of Malabo, having an average of almost 40 patients per day.
Thanks to the unique legal framework provided by the Government of Equatorial Guinea, the Oyala Center was created with the aim of offering an affordable, personalized, comprehensive health service specialized in assisted reproduction without the need to leave Africa, which allows its patients to have healthcare with unprecedented levels of quality, safety, efficiency and innovation in the region.