Going through IVF can be an overwhelming experience and choosing an IVF clinic is an important first step. With many more IVF clinics offering bulk-billed IVF, we’ve collated questions to ask to help you decide what bulk-billed IVF clinic is best for you.
You’ve finished the process of having IVF and had your embryo transferred, now what? It’s a common thought to try everything possible to make your IVF treatment successful. Here’s the best advice we give after an embryo transfer.
Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS) is when a women has a hormonal imbalance causing multiple symptoms. We often hear of myths about PCOS and wanted to share these myths and explain symptoms of PCOS.
The ABC posted an article about females using fertility awareness as a contraception instead of other contraception methods, for example the contraception pill. In this article we discuss the advantages and disadvantages of the contraception pill and females using fertility awareness as a contraception.
With so many apps available, we take a look at some of our recommended apps to download which will assist you throughout your pregnancy.
Technology has come a long way and has helped many different industries. We look into some of the applications that have been created to help couples conceive and the benefits of these apps.
There have been many small studies suggesting that if you are a male with an abnormal sperm count, taking antioxidant supplements help improve abnormal sperm.
Having IVF for the first time can be daunting and even confusing as there’s many steps in the process. Medication is one of the most important factors of the IVF process. Questions you may ask are, what are the different medications? what are the medications doing to my body? How do you take the medication? This article will help explain the different IVF medications.
You might have heard that smoking and alcohol consumption should be minimised or stopped when trying to conceive, as it improves fertility.
We often have patients asking how IVF4family offers affordable IVF, but yet still receive treatment from experienced specialists and scientists. Because the culture of having a baby is slowly changing where couples are having children later in life, more couples require treatments to help conceive a baby. IVF4family’s vision to allow more couples to have the opportunity to conceive a baby. Here’s how we do it.
So you’ve decided you want a baby and you’ve been trying but still haven’t fallen pregnant. What next? A lot of couples get concerned if they don’t fall pregnant straight away. But the fact is, many couples don’t conceive straight away. You might think the next step is to try IVF, but there’s many different options that will help increase your fertility before seeking IVF. We’ll discuss some of the things to try before IVF.
Fact: sperm development takes around 2 months and the maturation of eggs is roughly 100 days before ovulation. That means any changes you make today will impact your fertility in 2-3 months’ time.