Choosing the best fertility pathway
After an initial consultation with us, your fertility expert will recommend a treatment plan to suit your needs. This will be based on a number of factors, including:
- The cause of infertility
- How long you have been trying
- Your age
- Your personal preferences
A simple treatment that uses medication to stimulate the ovaries and encourage ovulation. No injections, and you still have sex to become pregnant. More
Intra uterine insemination involves preparing sperm in the lab, then putting the best sperm directly into the uterus in a procedure that’s a bit like having a cervical smear.More
IVF treatment depends on well-controlled conditions to give eggs and sperm the highest chance of getting together to create a pregnancy. More
Latest IVF Fertility Technologies at Fertility Associates:
Pre-Implantation Genetic Diagnosis 'PGD' is also available
Egg Freezing is a great option for women wanting to preserve options in the future for a family. It involves all the steps of an IVF cycle up to and including egg collection.
Donor treatment is IUI or IVF using somebody else’s sperm, eggs or embryos – there are important social, ethical and legal aspects involved in using a donor. More
Women can preserve their fertility before cancer and other treatments that might impact fertility. Eggs, embryos and ovarian tissue can be frozen for people who face losing their fertility because of cancer treatment or another reason. Or if they think their fertility may decline before they are ready to have children. More.
Men can preserve fertility until after cancer treatment, and or if they think their fertility may decline before they are ready to have children. Sperm can also be frozen as back up for fertility treatment and as ‘insurance’ before a vasectomy. More.