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Ricci-Jane and her partner were told they wouldn’t have a baby without IVF. Ricci-Jane had PCOS, and a stressful new job and poor eating habits had taken their toll on her body. In the first video of Your Fertility’s series of personal stories, Ricci-Jane talks about her journey to get ‘baby-fit’ and try to conceive without IVF.
Seven years. 13 IVF attempts. Two miscarriages. Karlee and her husband Mark went through a great deal to have a baby. So what were the things they changed before their lucky 13th attempt? Karlee tells her story..
Fertility counsellor Cailin Jordan talks about preconception health and what men and women can do to give themselves the best chance of conceiving. This video is also relevant for those who are using IVF to try to conceive.
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
Use our 3 step action plan from "Your Fertility" to your doctor1, 2, 3 go!
An initiative run by the National Diabetes Services Scheme (NDSS)
Looking to start a family? Fill out the quick questionnaire and make an appointment to see your doctor for a preconception health check.
Alcohol, fertility and reproduction: One of these things doesn’t belong.
Quit Victoria is smoking cessation program of Cancer Council Victoria. Call Quitline on 13 7848 for advice on quitting smoking.
LiveLighter is a program developed to encourage Australian adults to lead healthier lifestyles - to make changes to what they eat and drink, and to be more active.