Yes, that's a Singapore Ministry of Health regulatory requirement. It's in Section 4.1.2 of the "Directives for Private Healthcare Institutions Providing Assisted Reproductive Services," and the same exists in the equivalent regulations for public hospitals.sgstrait wrote:Also, do you have to be married before they can perform any assisted conception techniques?
My ob-gyne is Dr. Regina Zuzarte in Clementi. her fertility clinic is very comfortable and have also read prior to visiting her the different services she provides. this is her site [sanitized by moderator with the user banned for 1y] you know after all, i will be delivering my first baby so did random research and soon ended up following my friends recommendation.sgstrait wrote:Has anyone had experience with any fertility clinics here, and could comment on the transparency of fees and quality of service?
Also, do you have to be married before they can perform any assisted conception techniques?
Just weighing options that's all.
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