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The Melbourne IVF Patient Portal is exclusively made available to Melbourne IVF patients, to allow them to share their experiences and support each other through their fertility treatments.

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About Fertility

If you are thinking about having a baby now or in the future, you may be wondering how your age, lifestyle and other factors beyond your control may impact your fertility. Understanding how the female and male reproductive systems work and what you can do to maximise your chances of conceiving can help guide you on your path to pregnancy.

If you have been trying to conceive for more than twelve months and you’re under 36 (or over six months if you’re over 36) we recommend you see a Melbourne IVF fertility specialist to discuss your options.

One in six Australian couples experience difficulty conceiving. A good first step is to understand your fertility and the factors that impact your ability to conceive. Read more...

Tips on ways to boost your chance of falling pregnant, including pre-pregnancy health, and understanding your ovulation cycle. Read more...

In women, fertility problems may be caused by a number of factors including PCOS, blocked or damaged fallopian tubes, endometriosis, fibroids and the effects of advancing maternal age. Read more...

Problems with male fertility account for about 40% of all cases of infertility. Find out how the male reproductive system works, and the impact of low sperm motility. Read more...

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