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Fertility investigations can make the path to parenthood smoother for those struggling to fall pregnant, but knowing where to start can be daunting, reports Dr Tamara Hunter Dr Tamara Hunter explains what you need to do if you want to have a baby in 2024. Of...

Amber Hamam is sad about not having a second child. I’d never planned on having just one child. In fact, I’d always been looking forward to having lots of kids. While my friends were fantasising about wedding frocks as young girls, my thoughts were preoccupied with...

Researchers have discovered that some immunotherapy treatments used to treat cancer can cause fertility damage. It means these treatments could affect the future fertility and hormonal health of female cancer survivors, prompting experts to call for more research and preventative measures, such as freezing eggs. Traditional cancer...

Here are 3 numbers to help you decide, writes researcher Karin Hammarberg Egg freezing is promoted as an empowering option for women who want to stop the biological clock and improve their chance of having a baby later in life. But they need to know it’s...

Despite incredible advances in reproductive technology, writes Reza Nosrati, the World Health Organisation estimates that 48 million couples and 186 million individuals globally live with infertility. The journey to conceiving a child can be an emotional and physical rollercoaster, often stressful and frustrating, and sometimes heartbreakingly...

People who want a baby and struggle to conceive often resort to in vitro fertilisation (IVF). While IVF has helped countless people have children, it’s expensive and comes with some risks, writes Karin Hammarberg. A new online tool can help you weigh up your options. Research...

Most Australians don’t realise how early their fertility starts to wane and many place too much faith in IVF as a back-up measure, new research suggests.  A survey of more than 700 Australians found most respondents (58 per cent) believe a woman’s fertility starts to decline...

Non-medical sex selection for IVF babies is banned in Australia, but the legislation is blurry and confusing for parents, doctors and lawyers making decisions in this ethical minefield By Dr Michelle Taylor-Sands and Dr Malcolm Smith In 2011, the Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal (VCAT) refused a...