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Through IVF Australia’s blog authored by our specialist and scientific team, you can read about the latest medical science available through IVF Australia, understand our opinion on new developments and breakthroughs in the field of reproductive health, and learn how we’re striving to improve patient care.

Official media releases are also available through our Latest News section.

Our blog also has contributors from IVF Australia’s partner clinics, Melbourne IVF and Queensland Fertility Group.

IUI versus IVF

Four things you should know when comparing IUI and IVF

A common dilemma faced by some couples who are having difficulties conceiving is whether to undertake IUI or IVF treatment.

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Fertility and Smoking

Clear the air for your fertility, pregnancy and baby

One of the most common questions asked by couples on their fertility journey is “What can I do to improve my chance of conceiving?”  
 

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Progesterone and Pregnancy

Progesterone is an important part of infertility treatment, with fertility specialists often prescribing progesterone supplements to help improve pregnancy rates from IVF.

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Who can help if we’re not getting pregnant?

If you’re struggling to conceive, it may give you some hope to know that Australians have good access to medical advice and assistance in relation to fertility. With 1 in 6 couples experiencing some difficulties when trying to fall pregnant, it helps to understand who you can turn to and how they are likely to approach your situation.

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Seeing an IVF clinic doesn’t mean you have to do IVF

When couples first start thinking about seeing a fertility specialist, because they are having difficulties conceiving, part of the hesitation about going to a fertility & IVF clinic is often patients aren’t yet ready to consider IVF treatment.

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Tubal Ligation Reversal vs IVF – Options & Success Rates

Tubal ligation reversal versus IVF: What are the options if you want to have another baby? 

Tubal ligation is a procedure women undergo to have their fallopian tubes permanently blocked, either by clipping, cutting, or burning.  It is one of the most effective forms of permanent contraception.  However, what happens if you chan

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Taking a pregnancy test and the tell-tale signs you’re expecting

When you are trying to become pregnant, there can be a lot of anxiety around knowing when to take a pregnancy test.

Furthermore, if you have been trying for some time, you are no doubt aware that if you take the test too early, the test may be negative, even if you are pregnant. So, what advice do I give women?

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How useful are home ovulation kits and fertility apps?

Most women who have been trying to conceive for over a year will have spent time (and money) on trying to understand more about their menstrual cycle and ovulation, in order to improve their chances of conceiving.

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Understanding your cycle and timing for conception

There’s a lot of conflicting advice out there about how to increase your chance of conceiving. The piece of advice most often given is “get your timing right” – but what does that mean?

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Want a baby in 2016?

Make 2016 your year and join the Four Week Fertility Facts Program – it all kicks off January 17th

When you’re trying to conceive, it can seem like everyone becomes an expert on how you and your partner can try to make it happen.

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