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