Where are the fertility/ivf centres in Abuja? How much does IVF cost in Abuja?
Abuja, a city in North- Central Nigeria is the country’s Federal Capital with an estimated population of 776,298 according to 2006 census.
Abuja is a home to the numerous IVF clinics spread across Nigeria and hence, a destination to numerous childless couples seeking IVF treatment. This article will list out the up-to-date addresses, phone numbers, success rate and pricelist/cost of the various fertility/IVF centres in Abuja.
1. National Hospital Abuja
Plot 132, Central Business District, (Phase II),
Garki , Abuja.
Email: [email protected]
Cost of IVF: N350,000 naira
Success Rate of IVF National Hospital: Out of 500 pregnancies, successfully delivered 350 babies in the hospital.
2. King’s Care Hospital
2, Capetown Street,
Off Ibrahim Babagida Way, Wuse Zone 4,
A fertility clinic in Abuja that renders services on IVF, antenatal clinic, gynaecological clinic, cervical cancer screening and family.
Further information like their IVF success rate and their pricelist for IVF is not disclosed on their site.
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3. Diff Hospital, one of the IVF centres in Abuja that offers promo
No 6, Udi Hills Close, Aso Drive,
Email: [email protected]
The fertility clinic offers services on: IVF, surrogacy, gender selection, genotype selection, freezing of gametes, fertility preservation, and pre-genetic screening.
Cost of IVF @ Diff Hospital: N1,500,000 naira. They give IVF promos/discounts at a particular time of the year tagged the “Window of Joy”. As it is documented scientifically that very few couples are successful with first cycle IVF, Diff Hospital gives couples three cycles IVF for N1,803,700 naira. This increases your chances of IVF success.
Success Rate: Not documented.
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4. Nisa Premier Hospital
Plot 618, Alex Ekwueme Way,
Jabi, Wuse, Abuja
One of the oldest IVF centres in Abuja. A pioneering breakthrough in invitro fertilization (IVF) was achieved and authenticated by the Federal Government in February 1998.
In April 2001, Nisa Premier Hospital teamed up with Nordica International of Denmark to jointly run, the “Nordica Fertility Centre”, in Abuja.
Success Rate: The hospital has achieved Nigeria’s first IVF Twins, Triplets, and the first delivery from frozen embryos.
Cost of IVF at Nordica: Kudos to them. They have a breakdown of their IVF prices. Three cycles of IVF at Nisa/Nordica cost N1,200,000 naira.
5. Bridge Clinic Fertility Centre, Abuja
724 CAD, Zone BO4, Umaru Dikko Street, Jabi
Bridge Clinic Abuja offers comprehensive gynaecological assessments, as well as specialised services including IVF, IUI, blastocyst culture, surgical sperm collection, and oocyte freezing, in addition to various support services, such as surrogacy and cryopreservation.
Success rate: Opened an operational branch in Abuja in 2014-2015. Since then, they have successfully delivered 17 IVF babies in the centre.
Cost of IVF at Brige Clinic: N1,500,000 naira. They may allow you pay in instalment.
6. Care Fertility Hospital
1, Angas Way, Near FEPA Quarters, Karu Site,
Abuja Municipal, Abuja, Nigeria.
Care Fertility Hospital is one of the few IVF centres in Abuja that offers low-cost IVF treatment, charging 50% lower than other hospitals, yet provides IVF and fertility services of the highest standard.
7. Grabbo Fertility Clinic
2, 3rd Avenue, Gwarinpa Estate, Abuja, Nigeria.
Grabbo Fertility centre has a high success rate and offers low cost IVF treat. They also do IVF promos/discounts/price slashing all year round.
8. Medimax Hospital
Plot 11, 612 Road , Off 7th Avenue,
Gwarinpa Estate 900108, Abuja.
They offer the following services: IVF, obstetric services, ultrasound services etc.
Nothing was documented about the cost and success rate of IVF in their site.
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The cost of IVF in Abuja
Perhaps, the statement culled from Thisday Newspaper and made by Dr Jafaru Momoh, the Chief Medical Director (CMD) of National Hospital, Abuja may give us a clue on IVF cost in Abuja(Nigeria). He said:
“The bottom line of access to IVF in Nigeria is affordability; that is cost. The National Hospital IVF programme is less than one-fourth of the cost of IVF in the lowest private hospital cost range. For our services, we will take about N350,000, you will buy your drugs; that is all. But you will spend close to N2 million naira for IVF in some private hospitals”.