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Produced for the Your Fertility program, the short and fun animations show how age, weight, smoking, alcohol use, timing of sex and sexually transmitted infections can affect your chances of conception.Watch animations
Having the facts about fertility can help men and women make choices that maximise their chances of conceiving and having a healthy baby.Find out from the experts
Your Fertility’s series of personal stories.Hear real life stories
Dr. Raelia Lew, Fertility Specialist and Gynaecologist tells us about the risks of smoking and how it can affect your fertility and health of your future child.
Rob McLachlan, Director of Andrology Australia discusses the importance of DNA, and highlights how the quitting smoking will improve sperm quality and the health of a future child.
Quit expert Dr. Sarah White, Director of Quit Victoria shares her advice with future parents on how they can quit to improve their fertility and the health of their future child.
We approached university students to see what they knew about their fertility. How does your knowledge compare? If you plan on having children in the future, It's important to know factors about fertility early on.
Professor Sarah Robertson, Director of The Robinson Research Institute, University of Adelaide highlights the key time before pregnancy that your health is most important to ensure your child has the best start to life.
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. Ricci-Jane talks about her journey to get ‘baby-fit’ and try to conceive without IVF