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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Is your lifestyle affecting your fertility?

Dr Bronwyn Devine is a Monash IVF fertility specialist and gynaecologist. She discusses below how your lifestyle is an important factor in fertility – and something you need to consider when trying for a baby, *** Fairfax Media For the one in six couples struggling to fall pregnant, several intertwined factors could be to blame.

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Coping as a couple through IVF – A Time For Grace

Coping through IVF as a couple can be a difficult time and may place pressure on a relationship. It is normal for each member of the couple to use coping mechanisms in different ways and for each to express emotions in ways that may or may not be recognized by the other. Dr. Mark Nethercote

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Should you freeze your eggs? One woman shares her story

Many women will experience the desire to have children at some point in their life. For some, this may come at a time where it is just not a possibility to fulfil that wish. Unfortunately for women, the reality is that fertility declines with age meaning that some women may have difficulty achieving their wish

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Myth busting: Infertility is always a woman’s issue

Infertility is an issue that affects one in six Australian couples trying to conceive. It’s a common myth that this is always due to female factors. Wrong! After all, there are two sides to every coin. The truth is, male infertility accounts for approximately 40% of couples struggling to conceive. The good news is most

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