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Your care at Fertility Associates Auckland


  • Appointment information
  • Important to know
  • Medication 
  • Our team care approach 
Essential Reading - Genetic Carrier Screening 

Genetic carrier screening gives individuals and couple’s information about their risk of having a child with a genetic condition.

It will tell you if you are a carrier for three common inherited conditions:

  • Cystic Fibrosis (CF)
  • Fragile X Syndrome (FXS)
  • Spinal Muscular Atrophy (SMA)

Many people are carriers of Cystic Fibrosis, Fragile X Syndrome and Spinal Muscular Atrophy even though they do not have anybody in their family who has the condition.   Essential reading prior to treatment.

Appointment information:

We have a doctor led fertility practice and your doctor will oversee your treatment.

Weekday Scans – everyday we have a specialist allocated to scanning. There are both male and female consultants. This is a 5 minute appointment. It is a vaginal scan allowing better visibility of the ovaries. It is best to have an empty bladder for these scans.

  • Weekday scanning times are from 8am – 8:30am or 12 -12.30pm.

Weekend Scans – there is only one specialist allocated for weekend scans. These are booked in the morning only. We will do your weekend blood test for you at the clinic if you are having a scan. Please eat and drink prior to your blood test. In the weekends medications must be collected by 12pm. 

Important to know:
  • Ensure all consents are completed prior to commencing your fertility treatment cycle.
  • We send a text message with treatment instructions, please ensure you reply ‘YES’ ASAP if your instructions are clear, if they are not please don’t hesitate to call us.
  • Please ensure you are taking folic acid 0.8mg daily or elevit.
  • Your yellow fertility blood form can be used for all fertility bloods. Lab location and times can be located on the back of your form.
  • Ensure that your cervical smear test  is up to date and normal.
  • Ensure that you are immune to the rubella and the chicken pox virus.
  • Day 1 of your cycle is when you have full bleeding before midday. 
  • You will see the nurse after your scan and they will give you further medications required for your cycle.

  • If you require further medications please come to the clinic prior to 5pm during the week.

 Weekend blood tests
  • If you are just having a blood test in the weekend it must be done at Carbine Road with your yellow form – have breakfast and something to drink prior to your blood test, also take a book or magazine as sometimes the weekend wait can be slightly delayed.  
Team care approach

During your time at Fertility Associates you will meet a number of people on your journey towards having a baby. 

  • Your treatment will be overseen by your allocated doctor.  However, at certain times during your cycle you will be seeing other doctors and the wider team. Everyone has fertility experience and will be more than happy to help you.
  • Fertility Associates clinics are a 6 day a week operation.  Doctors and staff are rostered to ensure coverage at all times and your team consists of doctors, nurses, embryologists, counsellors and patient service teams.
Your nursing team
  • Your main point of contact will be your allocated doctors nursing team, although nurses from other teams may contact you regarding your results. Naomi Peacock is the Nursing team leader for all the nurses at FA Auckland. 

We are here to support you on your journey towards having a family, if you have any questions about your treatment plan, please contact your nursing team.

Dr Simon Kelly, Medical Director, Fertility Associates Auckland