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Nizamiye Hospital is located in Abuja, provides a high quality health care service in all medical specialities in its 5 storey building with a covered area of 12.000 m2 since 2013.

+234 805 633 94 44

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Plot 113 Cadastral Zone

Life Camp, Abuja, NIGERIA

Monday - Friday 08:00 - 17:00

Saturday : 08:00-14:00

0816 666 60 23 - 09 291 51 73

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Sector S. Cadastral Zone,

Life Camp, Abuja, NIGERIA

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10 Possible Reasons Why Your Child Is Not Growing

The most common reason that accounts for more than 90 percent of these cases is inadequate intake of calories. This can occur when a child is not interested in eating due to variety of reasons, or when there is a lack of understanding by the parents regarding the caloric needs of the child. This happens with toddlers who are active and otherwise well, but who are less interested in...

3 Urological Problems in Baby Boys That Are Best Treated Early

Every parent wants their baby to be perfect … and most are.  But it’s not uncommon for a baby boy to be born with a problem involving his penis, testicles or scrotum. If this happens to your baby, don't panic: A pediatric urologist can make things right. The good news is that these problems generally cause no lasting effects when they are fixed or treated early. Undescended testicles An undescended testicle is the most common urological...

6 Power Foods to Boost Your Stamina Instantly

Picture this: You are on a beautiful, long drive. The roads beckoning, the weather gods smiling. And then, your car runs out of gas. How frustrating! Well, that's pretty much what happens with our bodies on a daily basis. There's simply no stamina to go through the rigours of the day, day after day. And the first casualty is the gym, for who has the energy for a workout? But, is there...

Breast Awareness Month: Symptoms of Breast Cancer

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month!   Everyone’s breasts are different, and your breasts can change with age and at different times of the month. It’s important to get to know how your breasts normally look and feel so it will be easier to spot if there are any unusual changes for you.   If you do spot any unusual changes to your breasts you should get them checked out by your doctor.   Finding...

How to Avoid a Return Trip to the Hospital

A hospital stay can be overwhelming and most of us can’t wait to get home. However, to reduce the chance of returning to the hospital after you’re discharged, it’s important to become an active partner with your health care team now, before you leave. Working together as a team, we want you to leave the hospital knowing what to expect – and what to do – when you return home. Start planning for your...

Headaches and Food

Not only can specific foods trigger a headache, but dietary habits can also play a role. Fasting, dehydration, or skipping meals may cause headaches in some people. Some of the most common foods, beverages, and additives associated with headaches include: Alcohol Blood flow to your brain increases when you drink alcohol. Some scientists blame the headache on impurities in alcohol or by-products produced as your body metabolizes alcohol. Sulfites used as a preservative...

Are Food Allergies Causing Your Baby’s Diaper Rash?

Answer: While this reaction is not an allergy, but some of the more acidic fruits can cause irritation for babies, such as blueberries and other berries. If a child has a form of intolerance that involves frequent loose bowel movements, it will cause buttocks irritation primarily because of the constant cleaning and irritation that frequent diaper changes can cause. In both cases, good barrier technique and a diaper cream high in zinc can be helpful. There are often other reasons...

Miscarriages: How They Happen, How To Move On, & How To Prevent It

A miscarriage can feel so discouraging, and some couples might be afraid to try again. The good news is that most women who have miscarriages – even multiple miscarriages – go on to have successful pregnancies. Miscarriage is common. Studies show that the risk of miscarriage is 12 percent to 15 percent for women in their 20s and rises to about 25 percent for women at age 40. The risk of miscarriage increases as a woman...

When Your Child Needs Surgery: 7 Essential Tips for Parents

Parents are likely to be more anxious about a child’s surgery than their own. Knowledge and preparation are the keys to relieving anxiety all around. Here are tips for making your child’s (and family’s) experience the best it can be: 1. Take care of yourself first. Your child’s upcoming surgery is naturally stressful for parents. Children can pick up on a parent’s anxiety and become anxious, too. This limits their ability to cope. Don’t be...

The Best Foods to Eat When You Have Breast Cancer

If you or someone you care about has recently been diagnosed with breast cancer, there will be questions. These may include: What should I eat? During any cancer therapy, remember these four diet tips: Stay hydrated. Aim for at least 2 liters to 3 liters of fluid per day — about 66 ounces to 99 ounces— mostly from caffeine-free fluids. Get enough calories. Forget the calculator — the best way to know whether...