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5 Things To Know If You Are Considering Freezing Your Eggs

Posted on June 11, 2019

Many women think about freezing their eggs for a long time before actively making  treatment plans. It’s definitely not something a woman rushes into, but it is part of her long term family planning strategy. Here are five things to consider if you are thinking about how egg freezing might work for you. 1.Freeze eggs … Continue reading

An IVF baby at 62?

Posted on August 4, 2016

A broad array of opinions have been voiced this week – mostly condemning, of a 62 year old first time mother who delivered a baby by caesarean section in Victoria this week. Her baby was 6 weeks premature but is reportedly in a stable condition in neonatal intensive care. The Tasmanian mother, who conceived using … Continue reading

Fertility over 40: a struggle against the tide

Posted on June 1, 2016

It was a privilege to write this blog post for VARTA in response to the ABC Four Corners program “the baby business”. ABC’s Four Corner’s program (link is external) on 30 May started a conversation that we have to have. Having your first baby after the age of 35 is not what nature intended. IVF technology … Continue reading