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During Reproductive Health Month February 2019  certain SASREG  accredited clinics are offering a 25% discount on their initial (first) consultation and scan fee, in support of IFAASA’s RHM campaign.

To receive your 25% discount on your initial consultation and scan you need to complete the form below. You must fill in all boxes on the form, including your preferred clinic. Once you submit the form, a confirmation message will pop up underneath the “register now” box with the message: Thank you for your registration, it has been sent to IFAASA. Your clinic of choice will be in contact with you, within a few days, to book your appointment. This means your registration has been successful. You will also receive a confirmation email.

A clinic representative will then contact you within a few days, on the number you provided, to book your appointment. If you don’t hear from someone in that timescale or, if you have any issues registering, please email and advise Saskia on:

First Name *

Lastname *

This is the name and surname to be used when booking the consultation.

Email Address *

Contact Number *

Where did you hear about our Reproductive Health Month Campaign? *
- please specify:

Province where you live *

The clinic that you will be booking your appointment at *

Age bracket *

Sex *

Any clinics not listed on this form have not agreed to support this campaign and you will need to solicit those particular clinics yourself.



Reproductive Health Month

Reproductive Health Month in South Africa is recognised annually in February but, until 2015, it was mostly focused on sexually transmitted diseases, with little or no recognition given to infertility. Despite the clear definition given to the awareness month: “Reproductive health implies that people are able to have a responsible, satisfying and safe sex life and that they have the capability to reproduce and the freedom to decide if, when and how often to do so. Implicit in this are the right of men and women to be informed of and to have access to safe, effective, affordable and acceptable methods of fertility regulation of their choice, and the right of access to appropriate health care services that will enable women to go safely through pregnancy and childbirth and provide couples with the best chance of having a healthy infant.”

IFAASA’s aim is to ensure going forward that awareness projects surrounding Reproductive Health Month, give the disease of infertility the awareness it deserves. Our objective is to encourage couples and individuals to seek diagnosis and possible treatment, at a SASREG accredited clinic, as soon as they start to realise that conception might not be as easy as they thought.

Media contact person: Saskia Williams

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