Treatments

Fertility treatments don't just mean IVF. There's a long list of treatments available for men and women depending on your individual needs. Let's break these down. 

Australian women are increasingly turning to egg freezing to protect their fertility

Egg freezing, originally developed to protect the future fertility of oncology patients before they started their cancer treatment, is now an established fertility preservation technique, with thousan

Written by Dr Manuela Toledo
19 Sep

What are the alternatives to IVF?

As many as 1 in 6 Australian couples will have difficulties conceiving when they decide to start or extend their family. Pregnancy delay is still a relatively ‘silent’ topic, with many couples preferring not to openly discuss their difficulties when trying for a baby.

Written by Dr Bob Watson
23 Aug

Endometrial Scratching & IVF

Can it increase your chance of having a baby?
Written by Dr Min Kho
18 Jul

IUI versus IVF

To help you decide what approach might be best for you.
Written by Dr Roland Chieng
07 Jul

Progesterone and Pregnancy

Progesterone is an important part of infertility treatment, with fertility specialists often prescribing progesterone supplements to help improve pregnancy rates from IVF.

Written by Dr Kokum Jayasinghe
20 May

Tubal Ligation Reversal vs IVF – Options & Success Rates

Tubal ligation reversal versus IVF: What are the options if you want to have another baby? 

Tubal ligation is a procedure women undergo to have their fallopian tubes permanently blocked, either by clipping, cutting, or burning.  It is one of the most effective forms of permane

Written by Dr Alice Huang
22 Apr