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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.

8 ways to survive the festive season when you’re having difficulties trying to conceive

The festive season can be challenging for many people, particularly if you’re experiencing difficulties getting pregnant, as you navigate extended family members asking about your plans for starting a family.

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What is embryo screening and is it right for me?

One significant development in assisted reproductive technology (ART) in the last 25 years is our ability to remove cells from a developing

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Could sunshine improve your chance of IVF success?

As we welcome spring with open arms, did you know that the warmer weather does more than put a smile on your face? A dose of sunshine, the best natural source of vitamin D, could also increase your chance of IVF success.

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How can weight affect fertility?

When women and couples who are experiencing difficulties with conception are overweight, they have generally already heard or read the advice that being overweight reduces their chance of falling pregnant.

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Conceived by IVF or not, don’t you believe your child is brilliant?

Every parent wants the best for their children. For some parents, this can translate into a tendency to believe their child is super-smart. Why? Perhaps their son or daughter reached developmental milestones quicker than expected, or appeared more alert and able to master literacy skills from a young age.

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IVF & embryo donation – the gift of a family

With Sofia Vergara, star of the hit TV show Modern Family, reportedly in a battle with her ex-fiancé over the rights to frozen embryos they created while together, the press attention around her situation has thrown issues surrounding stored embryos into the spotlight.

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Reversing the Snip

Is it too late to have another chance at fatherhood?

Life can be unexpected.

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What every man (and woman) should know about conception

From avoiding wearing tight pants to having intercourse every day, there are many myths and misconceptions about what men can do to improve their fertility.

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It might not be you, it might be him!

Male fertility issues – the most common cause of infertility after a woman’s age

A common misconception is that infertility is a woman's problem and once that ‘problem’ is fixed the couple will be able to conceive.

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Same-Sex Couples Wanting to Fall Pregnant – Why use a Fertility Clinic?

IVF Australia proudly supports Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras 2015

IVF Australia is proud to be an official supporting partner of the Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras 2015.
 

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