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Dr. Klaus Wiswedel
MD FCOG Mmed DMCOG, is respected both locally and abroad as an expert and pioneer of fertility treatment in South Africa.
After his specialisation he headed the infertility unit at Groote Schuur Hospital/University of Cape Town, Medical School for approximately 10 years. He was part of the team who achieved the first IVF pregnancy at Groote Schuur Hospital/ University of Cape Town in 1984. In 1993 he founded the private Cape Fertility Clinic, which soon after its inception became the leading clinic in South Africa. The newly designed and equipped Cape Fertility Clinic now is one of the most modern and successful clinics in the Southern hemisphere.
His achievements and firsts for South Africa include:
1. first frozen embryo pregnancy
2. first to use ultrasound guided ovum pick up
3. first pregnancy from egg donation
4. first pregnancy from microinjection
5. first to use GnRH agonist in ovulation induction
He published approximately 30 articles in local and international peer reviewed journals mainly pertaining to his special interest of freezing of reproductive tissue. He received several rewards for his research contributions.
Dr. Wiswedel is a registered specialist in Obstetrics and Gynaecology as well as a registered specialist in Reproductive Medicine..
He is a member of the folowing societies and associations:
1. South African Medical Association (SAMA)
2. South African Society of Obstetrics and Gyanecology (SASOG)
3. South African Society of Reproductive Surgery and Science (SASRSS)
4. American Society of Reproductive Medicine (ASRM)
He is a committed environmentalist and lives on a smallholding in Hout Bay, Cape Town. His house is powered by solar panels and a wind turbine and he grows organic vegetable and grows and makes organic wine. His current interests include the influence of environmental pollution on male infertility and several press relases have been written on this subject. On his farm in the Klein-Karoo he raises Zebras and indigenous Damara sheep.