Urinary Incontinence

Posted on January 27, 2021

Urinary incontinence is common and undertreated. It is estimated that up to 50% of women will have some urinary incontinence. The General Longitudinal Overactive Bladder Evaluation – UI (GLOBE-UI) is a population-based study on the natural history of UI in women ≥ 40 years of age.  Prevalence of UI was estimated by using the bladder health survey (BHS). … Continue reading

How to Improve or Increase Fertility Chances

Posted on January 11, 2021

It may seem scary or overwhelming to seek the advice of a medical specialist, especially when it comes to something as personal and private as your fertility. Lots of women and couples try to DIY their fertility work up and try numerous things before seeking help. Knowing how pregnancy happens and a bit about the … Continue reading

Knocked Up Podcast – The Egg Freezing Decision Making Process

Posted on December 22, 2020

Making the decision to freeze your eggs does not come easily – it is expensive, involves medical procedures and there is much to consider. There is currently a study being done in Melbourne with the aim to create a tool to help women  reach the right decision for them. In this episode we speak with … Continue reading

What about freezing my eggs when I am young

Posted on December 16, 2020

What about freezing my eggs when I am young? Will that guarantee a baby later when I am older The answer to this question is easy and unfortunately is NO. Nothing we can do in life can guarantee future success. Like going to business school doesn’t guarantee your future rise to commercial success, freezing eggs … Continue reading