- For women
- For men
- For professionals
This year, Fertility Week is talking about the ‘7 ways in 7 days’ people can increase their fertility.
The campaign is focusing each day on a factor – or range of factors – that can affect a person’s ability to get pregnant and have a healthy baby, either naturally or with the assistance of IVF.
We are also launching fact sheets for each of the daily themes (click on the daily title links below to see them).
Pregnancy is really only possible if a couple has sex during the ‘fertile window’ of a woman’s menstrual cycle. Learn more here.
The health and lifestyle of both parents before and at the time of conception affects the health of their baby into adulthood. Find out more here.
Drinking coffee or alcohol or smoking cigarettes can affect a person’s reproductive health. Find out more about the impact of smoking on male and female fertility or the potential effects of drinking alcohol for men and women.
There are supplements people should consider taking if they are pregnant or trying for a baby.
Fertility Week is a major focus of the Your Fertility program. The aim of Fertility Week is to promote conversations and raise awareness about the factors affecting fertility, and to provide the opportunity for individuals and health professionals to spread the word.
You can also provide a link to Your Fertility on your organisation’s website: www.yourfertility.org.au.
If you are a health professional, why not talk to your patients about the seven ways in which they can optimise their fertility and increase their chances of having a health baby?
These fertility fact sheets for general public have been developed by the Fertility Coalition in association with the Fertility Society of […]
These useful resources can help you learn more about the lifestyle factors that affect fertility
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