Inside Nordica Lagos

Infertility is a socio-medical problem with a world-wide distribution which places a lot of strain on emotions as well as relationship.

We are part of an emerging group of fertility clinics around the world in collaboration with Nordica International, Denmark. All these centres are linked together and exchange know-how.

We are very proud of our relationship with Nordica International of Denmark because through this we have access to research findings from The Institute of Human Reproduction Symbion, Fruebjerguej, Denmark (a research centre) and The Fertility Clinic of Copenhagen University at Herlev Hospital, Copenhagen Denmark. This keeps us abreast of the latest developments in the field of Assisted Reproduction.


Our very homely waiting room

Waiting room 150 pxAt Nordica Lagos, we offer a comprehensive range of Assisted Reproductive Services in conformity with global best standards in a cosy, relaxed and serene environment with an unhindered view of the Lagoon at our Victoria Garden City Clinic. We also have an annex at the old reservation area of Yaba, in the very heart of the Lagos metropolis.

The Managing Director is Dr. Abayomi Ajayi, a seasoned Gynaecologist who left the services of the Lagoon Hospital, Apapa, Lagos, after almost a decade of being in the forefront of its gynaecological practice. He leads a team of Doctors, Embryologists, Nurses, Counsellors and Administrators who are specially trained in the treatment of infertility.

Our laboratory is a safe haven for eggs, sperms and embryos. With the use of our computerised quality control system, we are able to keep pictorial records of your embryos. We analyse them and select those with the best chance of becoming babies for transfer.

Our program is committed to excellence in patient-care backed by research leading to the development of simplified treatment plans. In short we aim to surpass your expectations using a “patient-centred-care approach” involving all members of staff.



Progress with PGD for Sickle Cell prevention
Studies in Denmark and Belgium.

Good IVF success rates after single embryo transfers
Transferring one IVF embryo, followed by a second, is almost as likely to result in a pregnancy as transferring two at a time.

IUI workshop
At University of Maiduguri Teaching Hospital

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