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June 22nd, 2018
Creating Healthy Babies in the Lab | Podcast

Understanding the science behind fertility is essential in diagnosing and managing fertility problems in patients   Over the past 30 years there have been major breakthroughs in the science of fertility


May 28th, 2018
Preliminary fertility investigations

In the majority of cases, GP’s are the first medical professionals to provide guidance when patients are considering having a baby If conception has not occurred after 12 months, where the woman is under 35, or after 6 months where the woman is over 35, and there is no complicated medical history, investigation are recommended


May 28th, 2018
Fertility preservation for patients with cancer

Receiving a cancer diagnosis at any age is both shocking and difficult But for children, teenagers and adults who are yet to have a family, there is the additional concern about how cancer treatment will impact future fertility


May 1st, 2018
Infertility is a male issue too

When couples are struggling to have a baby, in the majority of cases it will be the female partner who first takes the initiative to see her GP The issue of course is that infertility is not a female issue


March 23rd, 2018
Time to talk about Endometriosis

Endometriosis is a chronic condition, which can cause women significant pain and issues with conceiving a baby It can also be difficult for GP’s to diagnose the condition, as this requires invasive testing


March 23rd, 2018
Before IVF explore low intervention fertility treatments

In Vitro Fertilization (IVF) is often thought to be the only option for couples with fertility issues, with many GPs and couples often discounting the efficacy of low intervention treatments However, according to Fertility Specialist Dr Michelle Wellman, from Fertility SA, there are a number of alternatives to IVF that are non-invasive, efficient and effective


February 27th, 2018
Fresh or Frozen Embryos Study Wins Prize

You may remember our recent reference to the recent study on Fresh vs Frozen embryos (IVF Transfer of Fresh or Frozen Embryos in Women without Polycystic Ovaries. N Eng J Med 2018; 378:137-47, by Lan N. Vuong et al.) co-authored by Professor Rob Norman.  We are pleased to announce that this study was selected as the […]


February 27th, 2018
Time to Talk 2018- Save the Date

Fertility SA is proud to host yet another key Women’s Health Education event. With a range of truly interesting speakers and two topic streams to choose from, there is something of interest for anyone working in Women’s Health.


January 23rd, 2018
Research continues to tackle infertility

It’s now 40 years since the birth of the world's first IVF baby, and the field of reproductive medicine has continued to revolutionise treatment options for people with fertility issues Dr Ryan Rose, a researcher and embryologist at Fertility SA, says the field of reproductive medicine has come a long way in a short period of time, and that research is continuing its quest to render infertility a thing of the past


December 8th, 2017
Fertility equality for same-sex couples

Thanks to recent legislation changes fertility options are now exactly the same for same-sex couples as they are for heterosexual couples in South Australia While this is wonderful news for the LGBTQI community, it’s also good news for South Australian fertility providers who are now able to practice without discrimination


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June 22nd, 2018
Creating Healthy Babies in the Lab | Podcast

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Understanding the science behind fertility is essential in diagnosing and managing fertility problems in patients.


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May 28th, 2018
Preliminary fertility investigations

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]In the majority of cases, GP’s are the first medical professionals to provide guidance when patients are considering having a baby.


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May 28th, 2018
Fertility preservation for patients with cancer

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Receiving a cancer diagnosis at any age is both shocking and difficult.


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