Welcome to Rhino fertility clinic

  icon Rhino Fertility Complimentary Clinic was established 43 years ago. It was founded by the late Martha Thembi Rhino, who had an infertility problem herself. After struggling for a long time to conceive she decided to study Homeopathy and Naturopathy. After completing her studies she decided to concentrate mainly on couples who couldn’t conceive.
Fertility Boosters
Sperm Tests
Hysterosalpingogram (HSG)
Artificial Insemination
In vitro fertilization (IVF)
Reflexology and Aromatherapy

When we talk about infertility related problems we normally associate that problem with women. Here at rhino fertility clinic being a complimentary clinic and using natural medicinal treatments to help couples to conceive, we make sure that we do our best to teach couples how to support each other during this trying time, cultures have often painted infertility as a female problem. However in nearly one third of all infertility cases a male factor is the main cause and in further third of causes the infertility problem is primarily related to the woman. The third can be attributed to a joint problem or a case of unexplained fertility and now with technology improving methods of helping an infertile couple are being introduced. The most popular one would be IVF invitro fertilisation and IUI which is artificial insemination. Also we have donor programmes where women who don’t have eggs or older women can get eggs from a younger donor, the same can be done too for a man who does not have sperm a donor sperm will be chosen so that the wife’s eggs can be fertilised. We also make sure the couple undergoes a detox programme to give us a better chance of achieving the pregnancy. These are the main factors that are included in our detox programme, fertility boosters for both male and female, reflexology treatment for both, a planned diet plan, and not forgetting counselling for both of them. Then there would be fertility boosters for a couple with minor fertility problem such as hormonal imbalance, low sperm count, miscarriages and endometriosis.