Fertility & conception

Trying to conceive? Your questions answered

You may be just thinking about starting to try to fall pregnant, already trying or nearly over it because it just isn’t happening fast enough. Wherever you are on your journey, sometimes a little knowledge on a subject can be useful.

Common causes of infertility

While there are many and varied problems that can affect a person’s ability to fall pregnant, some are more common than others. The good news is that there are several treatment options available.

When am I most fertile?

If you are trying to conceive, one of the most important factors to understand is when is the optimum time each month for conception to occur, by pinpointing the few days when ovulation is naturally occurring.

Know the facts about endometriosis

Endometriosis is a condition that affects 10 per cent of women in their reproductive years. It results when endometrial cells (womb lining) grow in the wrong place outside the uterus or womb.

Lesbian couples and parenthood

For lesbian couples, a number of viable routes can be considered when the goal is to achieve parenthood. Assisted reproductive technology (ART) is one of them.

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New enquiries:
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Existing patients:
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Working together in partnership with

Working together in partnership with

City Fertility Partner - IVF & Fertility Treatment Specialists Australia
Rainbow Fertility Partner - Fertility and IVF for the LGBTI community