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Bnoon Medical Center specializes in fertility, we provide the necessary examinations and treatments for the couple. We realize that every man and woman is unique, according their individual health problems. Depending on the individual circumstances of each case, we develop a specialized treatment plan as well as the emotional, physical and financial needs.

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Our medical staff will strive to provide you with the best service from the moment you enter the center. We have designed and prepared our center so that we can provide a comfortable and attractive environment, and this is a natural reflection of dedication and sincerity in working to provide comprehensive care and well-being to patients.

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  • Riyadh

Dr. Abdulaziz Muhammad Al-Shahrani

Consultant, Reproductive Endocrinology & Infertility (IVF), Gynecological Laparoscopic Surgery

Fertility Center - Riyadh

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Dr Asim Fahad Al Wuhaibi


Assistant Professor, Consultant, Reproductive Endocrinology & Infertility

Fertility Center - Riyadh

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Dr. Moussa El Naiemy

Consultant, Infertility & Andrology Surgery

Fertility Center - Riyadh

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Dr. Wajdi Alomari


Consultant, Reproductive Endocrinology & Infertility (IVF)

Fertility Center - Riyadh

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Check our frequently asked questions for more info:

How long should women try to get pregnant before calling their doctors?

Generally, experts recommend at least a year. Women who are over the age of 35 should meet with their doctors after six months of trying to conceive. A woman’s chances of getting pregnant and remaining pregnant decreases rapidly after she turns 30.

Health problems increase the risk of infertility, so it is necessary to talk to your doctor if you have any of the following:

  • Painful, irregular or no periods.
  • More than one miscarriage.
  • Pelvic inflammatory disease.
  •  Endometriosis

Who should consider fertility services?

You might require fertility treatments if you or your partner have had a record of health conditions. An inability to get pregnant despite trying for a year can be a sign of infertility. Recurrent respiratory diseases, difficulty ejaculating, lumps in the testicle area, and a low sperm count are all indications that you should see your doctor.

There are different fertility services that are available for those with infertility problems. If you think that you and your partner need treatments before you can get pregnant, you should talk to your doctor.

Is infertility just a woman’s problem?

No, infertility is not just a woman’s problem. Infertility is caused by problems in both men and women.

Generally, one-third of infertility is due to women’s problems. Another one-third is because of the problems with the man. And in one-third, the cause of the problem is both the man and the woman, or the issue cannot be identified.

Is infertility a common problem?

Infertility is quite common. On average, 10% of couples within reproductive age are unable to get pregnant or carry a pregnancy to term. 9% of men and 11% of women have experienced problems with fertility.

5%–10% of infertility is caused by unexplained factors. This is usually when the doctor is unable to diagnose the exact cause. It may be due to problems with the sperm quality, egg quality, or health.