Is time-lapse imaging right for me? Dr Dean Morbeck
Did you see our story on time-lapse imaging of embryos and wonder if it could help you with your journey to parenthood? You’re not alone! Time-lapse morphometric imaging, what we affectionately refer to as TiMI, is an exciting advance in embryo culture. TiMI allows embryologists to see all stages of embryo develo...
17 November 2016Read more
Holiday Clinic Hours
Holiday Clinic Hours: During the holiday period we close for statuary holidays. Please check below for your local clinics details. Auckland: Auckland clinic will be closed from 24th December 2016 until 3rd January 2017 Nurses will however be clearing messages on the 28, 29 and 30th Dec. Hamilton: Hamilt...
22 December 2016Read more
Earthquake update Monday 14 Nov, 4.30pm: Our Wellington clinic has been checked by the earthquake team, and is fine for operation tomorrow. We will will be running a normal clinic day tomorrow. With appointments taking place as scheduled. Monday 14 Nov, 9am: Both Wellington and Christchurch Clinics are s...
14 November 2016Read more
Periods & Puberty - When to worry - Dr Megan Ogilvie
When to Worry? Normal pubertal development Breast budding is the first sign of pubertal development for most young girls. A few (15%) will have some pubic hair development as the first sign of puberty. Normally periods start about 2 years after breast budding has started. If breast budding is not present by 1...
30 May 2016Read more