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Our Medical Director, Dr. F.K Ajayi will be a speaking at the upcoming W Health Month Webinar- Theme: Fertility & Fibroid Management on Thursday October 13th (4pm). We are excited to be a part of this program with @TheWinitiative and we look forward to hearing our MD share his wealth of knowledge to the audience on...
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Clearview Hospital, a mother and childcare facility based in Lekki, has reiterated its commitment to sustain and drive its ‘’Growing To Care More For You’’ initiative to help more Nigerians access the right and affordable medical services while at the same time advancing the healthcare and well-being of women and children in the country. Founder...
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Celebrating 5 yearss
One of the leading healthcare providers, Clearview Hospital, Lagos has marked its 5th year anniversary of service in Nigeria the healthcare space and has developed novel solutions to unmet care needs of people and growing to care for more. Established in 2017, Clearview hospital was set up as a mother and child care facility with...
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Management of Clearview Hospital has pledged to curb medical tourism by boosting maternal and childcare in Nigeria. Managing Director of the Lekki-based medical facility, Dr. Kunle Ajayi, at the hospital’s fifth anniversary, with the theme: “Celebrating Five Years Of Quality Healthcare Service,” at the weekend in Lagos, observed that the clinic had stood out for...
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Today marks the beginning of World Breastfeeding Week (August 1-7) and National Breastfeeding Month #cdc. All month long, people around the world are celebrating the amazing benefits of breastfeeding, while continuing the fight to ensure women have the support they need to breastfeed. The theme of this year: Protect Breastfeeding: a shared responsibility, Is about...
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Many women do not produce enough milk: Not true! The vast majority of women produce more than enough milk. Indeed, an overabundance of milk is common. Most babies that gain too slowly, or lose weight, do so not because the mother does not have enough milk, but because the baby does not get the milk...
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During sexual intercourse, about 300million sperm enter the vagina, soon afterward, millions of them will either flow out if the vagina or die in its acidic environment. However many survive because of the protective elements provided in the fluid surrounding the sperm. Next, the sperm must pass through the cervix & opening into the uterus....
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June is World Infertility Awareness Month and we can’t think of a better time to be proactive about your fertility health. Here are some things you can do to take charge of your fertility. Track your periods and understand when in the cycle you are ovulating: It’s worth knowing when your fertile period is. Generally...
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