If you haven’t been successful in conceiving naturally, or you would simply like to find out about your fertility health before you start trying to conceive, there are a number of simple, non-invasive steps we can take with you to get a more rounded understanding of your unique circumstances.
The first step is to speak to your GP. Not only will your GP be able to provide advice, more importantly they can provide a referral for you to Fertility SA. Click here to download a referral form to take with you to your GP appointment.
If you aren’t quite ready to get a referral or make an appointment with your GP, we have a free consultation service available where you can discuss your situation with one of our highly trained and experienced fertility nurses who will be able to guide you towards a plan that works for you.
For your free nurse consultation, or to make an appointment with one of our specialist doctors, call (08) 8100 2900.
You’re in good hands.
Fertility SA is not just an IVF clinic. We pride ourselves on carrying out rigorous investigations to understand the root cause of infertility so that we can tailor-make a treatment plan based on your unique situation. We offer true fertility expertise with non-invasive treatments such as tracking cycles, ovulation induction and IUI. Our doctor team is highly skilled in reproductive surgery which enables us to provide specialist gynaecological, testicular and micro-surgery for fertility issues.
Fertility SA has outstanding Clinician Researchers.
Amongst our doctors are some of Australia’s key researchers and thought leaders on endometriosis. Our New Developments Director, Associated Professor Louise Hull has recently been appointed Advisor to the American Endometriosis Society. Professor Norman, our Medical Director is world-renowned for his expertise in the field of reproductive medicine and is the past director of the Robinson Research Institute at the University of Adelaide.
Fertility SA is a member of the NHMRC Centre of Research Excellence for PCOS, is involved with research with the Robinson Research Institute and participates in national and international research programmes.