Fertility Clinic

At South Shore women’s and children’s hospital we offer diagnosis and treatment of primary and secondary infertility. This includes medical management, ovulation induction and follicle tracking.

We also offer minimally invasive surgeries for treatment of fibroids, polyps, intrauterine adhesions, endometriosis, PCOS and any other health issues that can affect fertility.

We are a tertiary referral centre for most of the leading fertility clinics in Nigeria for keyhole surgery for removal of ovarian cyst, fibroid, endometriosis and many more. We also have a fertility centre in Lagos, Nigeria called Bloom Fertility Clinic.


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Pregnancy (Have A Baby at South Shore)

At South Shore Women’s & Children’s Hospital, we offer comprehensive care for expectant mothers and their babies throughout their pregnancy, during the birth and after the delivery. Read More

Pregnancy And Antenatal Care

Discovering that you are pregnant marks the beginning of an interesting nine month journey, as you experience your baby’s growth; from two lines on a test strip to a soft and warm bundle of joy in your arms. Read More

Caesarean Section

A Caesarean section is the surgery that is done to deliver a baby either because a vaginal delivery will be harmful to the mother or the baby, or because you have chosen not to have a vaginal delivery. Read More

Antenatal And Delivery Packages

At South Shore we offer a comprehensive antenatal care including consultation, antenatal hospital visits, scans, tests, antenatal classes and many more from as early as 12 weeks, to ensure you have a comfortable pregnancy experience with peace of mind. Read More


Labour is the period when the body gets itself ready to push out the baby and the placenta from the uterus. Read More


In Nigeria there is now an increased awareness and acceptance of available safe and effective methods of reducing pain during labor. The most popular of these is epidural analgesia. Read More

Cervical Cerclage

The cervix is the lower part of the uterus, which is sometimes referred to as the ‘neck of the womb’. It remains tightly closed during pregnancy, and only begins to open up and stretch when labour starts, thus allowing the baby to pass through and be delivered. Read More