How to Survive the 2 Week Wait

How to Survive the 2 Week Wait

The time between having had your embryo transfer or IUI procedure and your scheduled pregnancy blood test, also known as ‘the 2 week wait’ is often an emotionally difficult time for most patients, and can be a time filled with an array of feelings. What is most...
Coping with end of year festivities and celebrations

Coping with end of year festivities and celebrations

As the decorations are hung and invitations arrive to end of year festivities and celebrations, for some patients struggling to conceive, this time of year can be met with mixed emotions. There may be some aspects of this time of year you are looking forward to,...
Dealing with Social Media in IVF

Dealing with Social Media in IVF

In a life where we are forever connected via social media and have more knowledge than ever about people’s (often curated) personal lives, it is hard to avoid stories about pregnancies, babies and advice about fertility and fertility treatment. Social media provides...
The Project : Aussie women are choosing to start their families later in life

The Project : Aussie women are choosing to start their families later in life

More and more Aussie women are choosing to start their families later in life, with a quarter of babies born to those over 35, and some of them are going to great lengths to conceive....
Grief and Infertility

Grief and Infertility

Grief and Infertility Many patients will tell you that the emotional toll of fertility challenges is harder than the physical. By the time individuals and couples present for counselling, they are likely to be experiencing some form of fertility-related grief. Grief...