Study finds IVF children as healthy as naturally conceived peers

Brigid O’Connell, Herald Sun April 16, 2019 5:58pm Australian children conceived through IVF are as healthy as their naturally conceived peers in early adulthood, and are even excelling them in some areas of wellbeing, a landmark study has found. Using questionnaires and a three-hour medical screening of each participant, they found no evidence of heart,

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9 tips to help prepare for the festive season

By Rita Alesi – Monash IVF Counselling Services Manager Growing up, the Christmas holidays were known as a time for extravagant events, parties, gifts and happy families. There’s an expectation to spend a lot of your time, energy and money on getting together as a family – talking, laughing and reminiscing. However for a lot

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Assisted Reproductive Treatment Act Review

  HAVE YOUR SAY!   The Victorian Government announced recently that a 12 month review of the regulatory framework for assisted reproductive treatment would be undertaken by Mr Michael Gorton AM. Monash IVF welcomes this review as an opportunity for our Victorian patients to provide feedback on the legislative framework that governs our operations and

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Success Rates Explained

What are IVF success rates? IVF success rates are designed to help you understand the likelihood that you will take home a baby. IVF success rates can look different and while this can be confusing, there’s a simple way to explain why there are differences, and this is because, put plainly, success rates are different.

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IVF and Your Job

By Susie Wilkins, Psychologist/IVF Counsellor Deciding whether or not to continue a regular work schedule during fertility treatment is a very personal decision which can vary depending on a number of factors, including your financial and work situation, how you experience treatments and any potential side effects, your privacy preferences, and a potential desire to

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