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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.
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.
Consider the impact of your health and the role it plays before and during pregnancy. Professor Sarah Robertson, Director of the Robinson Research Institute, University of Adelaide discusses the lasting effects on the health of the future child that lifestyle decisions and environmental factors have before and during pregnancy.
Practice Nurse Samantha Read who specialises in sexual and reproductive health, joins us to highlight the importance of starting the conversation about weight and fertility early and discussing related issues openly with patients.
Associate Professor Kate Stern (MBBS FRANZCOG MMed CREI) is a fertility specialist at the Royal Women's Hospital and the Clinical Director at Melbourne IVF. Kate joins us to discuss lifestyle factors that affect fertility and reproductive health outcomes, including lifestyle, physical activity and Poly-cystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS).
General practitioner Magdalena Simonis from the National Standing Committee Quality Care at RACGP highlights ways to discuss behaviour change for young men and women to achieve a healthy weight and the importance of Body Mass Index (BMI) in relation to optimising patient fertility.
Kerry Hampton, a registered nurse and fertility specialist, discusses the importance of fertility awareness, and how to determine your fertile window to improve your chances of conceiving.
How age affects women's ability to conceive and have a healthy child. With Dr Melanie McDowall, Robinson Research Institute, University of Adelaide, for Your Fertility.
How age affects men's ability to father a healthy child. With Laureate Professor John Aitken, University of Newcastle, for Your Fertility.
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.
In this video aimed at health professionals, Rob McLachlan, Director, Andrology Australia, fertility expert Dr Kate Stern from Melbourne IVF and the Royal Women's Hospital and Professor Stephen Trumble from the Medical Education Unit, University of Melbourne, discuss the role health professionals can play in making patients aware of fertility issues and promoting preconception planning.
The Fertility Coalition's Professor Rob Norman, former director of The Robinson Research Institute, talks about the key factors that affect fertility.
Different plastics may contain chemicals that can affect sperm and egg quality. Learn how to avoid these chemicals in the home and increase your chance of becoming pregnant and having a healthy baby.
Personal care products like shampoo and body wash may contain chemicals that affect sperm and egg quality. Learn how to avoid these chemicals and increase your chance of becoming pregnant and having a healthy baby
Common cleaning products and garden sprays may contain chemicals that affect sperm and egg quality. Learn how to avoid these chemicals and increase your chance of becoming pregnant and having a healthy baby.