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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.

Do Asian & Caucasian women respond the same to IVF?

As a Singaporean born, and UK and Australian trained Gynaecologist, Obstetrician and Fertility Specialist, I have been exposed to how different ethnicities respond to fertility issues more than most.

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7 Fertility Lessons from People Who Have Been There

And what they wished they’d known before they started

If you’re trying for a baby, it can be difficult to know what advice you should be listening to.

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I already have a child, so why can’t I fall pregnant again?

You already have a happy, healthy toddler, and you’ve been trying for more than six months to give them a sibling – but nothing is happening. Having had a child already is a key promising predictive factor to conceiving again, but it’s no guarantee. 

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Is 2015 your year for a baby?

You’ve decided that you’re ready to have a baby! But now what?

There are a number of ways to increase your chances and make it more likely that you will conceive a child. Trying for a baby can be exciting and fun, but it can also be frustrating.

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Coping with the festive season when you’re going through fertility treatment

Many of my fertility patients express that they find Christmas the hardest time of the year. At this time, there tends to be a heavy focus on family and children, which is a constant reminder of what they are striving for.

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Karyomapping – faster genetic testing for PGD patients

Genetic disorders (depending on their severity) can have a devastating psychological, social and economic impact on entire families. Many family members watch loved ones suffer through crippling conditions and lose hope of wanting to start a family of their own, for fear of passing on the gene that affected their family for generations.

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Kids one day, but not today – what are my options?

The recent news of Apple and Facebook offering female staff egg freezing to preserve their fertility has resulted in lively debates about its apparent pros and cons. But there’s no question that some women are interested in putting their fertility on ice.
 

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Not All IVF Success Rates Are Created Equal

If you’re starting IVF treatment or considering getting a second opinion, most patients will take a keen interest in a clinic’s IVF success rates. But what do these figures really mean and how do you compare them between clinics? 

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Does contraception affect future fertility?

A common question that I get asked by couples who are having trouble conceiving is whether their previous contraceptive use may be affecting their ability to fall pregnant now. As a fertility specialist, I know that issues with fertility can be one of the most difficult challenges couples will ever face.

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Moving from Contraception to Conception

When couples first start trying to get pregnant, they often don’t know where to start, and only a few minutes researching online will deliver a broad range of often conflicting advice. So if you’re just starting out or have been trying for a while, let our combined fertility expertise guide your path to pregnancy.

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