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    Your Fertility Family

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    Life. Pass it on

    There are many people out there who need help to start a family, and you could be carrying something special to make that happen. 

    Become a sperm donor
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    Become an egg donor

    Right now you could be carrying something vital for a family in need.

    Your egg donation can change lives.

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Sometimes it takes a village to start a family.

Meet your village.

When starting a family becomes hard to do, and you need more than the support of loved ones, we are here to provide expertise and care on your fertility journey.
At Melbourne IVF, your doctor, counsellor, nurses, care team and laboratory team work together to give you the best possible chance of success.
It all starts with a comprehensive fertility assessment, followed by a highly personalised plan to parenthood. You’ll have the support of an entire team, with access to the most advanced science and effective fertility treatments available.

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If you are in a same sex relationship and want to start a family, Melbourne IVF offers a comprehensive and supportive donor programme to assist you.

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Melbourne IVF’s 2019 Success Rate data is now available. Click here to learn more and view our guides for understanding IVF success rates.

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Check out our new Youtube Channel, dedicated to all things fertility! From pregnancy planning right through to fertility treatments. Watch new videos weekly.

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Research is a key focus for Melbourne IVF and integral to improving patient care and IVF success rates.

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The Chinese Hub details how we can assist you in making your baby dreams come true, with our services and treatment information all in Mandarin.

A man and woman smiling.

Conceiving a healthy baby depends on a number of factors, including healthy sperm. In fact, male infertility is the second biggest issue after a woman’s age so it’s important to understand how the male reproductive system works.