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Kingsley I. Onwuzurigbo
Kingsley I. Onwuzurigbo
Doctor, Obstetrician, Gynecologist and Fertility Expert
Kingswill Specialist Hospital
Nigeria
Biography

Dr Kingsley I. Onwuzurigbo MBBS (Lagos ). FWACS He graduated from the College of Medicine, University of Lagos in 1998 with a distinction in Biochemistry the first professional examination. He did his internships at the Lagos University of Teaching Hospita. After the compulsory National Youth Service, he worked at Providence Hospital lagos for years (one of the pioneer IVF Centres in Nigeria )before doing his residency train Obstetrician and Gy9at the Lagos University Teaching Hospital between 2005 and 2012. He had a training in Advanced Infertility Management in India at one of the FOGSI (Federation o Obstetrics and Gynecology Society of India), recognised training centres in Aurungabad under Dr Pandit Palaskar in 2011. He commenced advanced infertility management afterwards spanning ovulation induction with planned relation, artificial insemination and in vitro Fertilization. He established Kingswill Specialist Hospital Amuwo Odofin , Lagos state in 2012. He recorded a success rate of 56% in his first year on IVF. His research interest include predicting , preventing and management OF OHSS, role of AFC (ANTRAL Follicle Count) as a single prognostic index in predicting response to ovarian stimulation, Relationship between number of follicles aspirated and number of ovum obtained in an IVF cycle; improving successes in IUI, IVF: Where do we go from where are currently? Any new thing? Making a case for preparing prefertilization genetic diagnosis; prevention of parental to offspring transmission of HIV - can assisted conception be the goal

Research Interest

predicting , preventing and management OF OHSS, role of AFC (ANTRAL Follicle Count) as a single prognostic index in predicting response to ovarian stimulation, Relationship between number of follicles aspirated and number of ovum obtained in an IVF cycle; improving successes in IUI, IVF: Where do we go from where are currently? Any new thing? Making a case for preparing fertilization genetic diagnosis; prevention of parental to offspring transmission of HIV - can assisted conception be the goal

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