Harley Street Fertility Centre Kenya (HSFC KE) aims to provide the latest technological advances in diagnosis and treatment of infertility, where Nature fails.
In 2016, we partnered with a leading doctor, Dr. Rajat Goswamy, from the UK and Mauritius to bring state-of-the-art fertility practices to Kenya.
Dr. Alfred Murage joined the Harley Street Fertility Center Kenya Ltd team in March 2018 as a Consultant Gynecologist and Fertility Specialist working alongside Dr. Rajat Goswamy to provide a combination of over 30years of experience to all our patients.
From March 2019, Dr. Goswamy will no longer be consulting in Kenya and he has handed over the Lead Consultant role to Dr. Alfred Murage.
Is a Consultant Gynecologist and Fertility Specialist. He previously worked as a Fertility Consultant in the UK prior to returning to Kenya. He has been an Assistant professor and Head of Fertility Section at the Aga Khan University Hospital, Nairobi till recently.
He is a Fellow of The Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (RCOG), UK and currently Chairs the RCOG Committee in Kenya. He is also the Interim Secretary of the Kenya Fertility Society, and has been involved in initiatives for Fertility Treatment Regulation in Kenya. He is also involved in developing novel initiatives to make IVF treatment more affordable and accessible to needy couples in Kenya, and the wider East African region.
Dr Murage also plays an active role in collaborative projects with other organizations working in the field of Reproductive Health. He has been involved in collaborative initiatives with the WHO, JHPIEGO, Centre for Maternal and Newborn Health, Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine, UK (LSTM), Jacaranda Health and with the Division of Reproductive Health (Kenya). He was awarded a recognition plaque in 2015 by the Kenya Obstetrics and Gynecology Society (KOGS), in conjunction with the African Federation of Obstetrics and Gynecology (AFOG), for his contribution on the field of Assisted Reproduction.
Dr Murage is also an accomplished writer. He pens weekly health columns in The Standard Newspapers and The Nairobian (Kenya) in matters of Reproductive and general health. He has also published a book (Tales from a Gynecologist) which is a must read for those who enjoy medical humor and satire.
Fertility treatment can be disappointing, especially if your treatment is not immediately successful. The tools below will help you to predict the likelihood of success with fertility treatment. Please remember that these tools are just a guidance, as other factors may impact on your eventual success rates.
Click here (if you already know the relevant information required) to predict the chances of conceiving in the next 12 months. The higher the score, the more likely you will conceive without additional fertility treatment.
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Female Infertility: Introduction
Female Infertility: 1. Blocked Fallopian Tubes
Female Infertility: 2. Problems with Ovulation
Female Infertility: 3. Uterine Factors
Female Infertility: 4. Advancing Female Age
Male Infertility: Introduction
Male Infertility: 1. Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STIs)
Male Infertility: 2. Lifestyle factors
Male Infertility: 3. Rarer Causes
Male Infertility: 4. What to do if you suspect male infertility
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