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Let’s talk about male fertility

When generally speaking about infertility, the focus is often on female factors, however the reality is – it takes two to tango! After a female’s age, male factor infertility is the second most common reason a couple may have difficulty conceiving. So ladies, make sure you forward this on to your fellas so they know

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De-Bunking some of the Myths about IVF

Myth: IVF is the only solution for fertility issues Fact: False, it is one of many fertility treatment options. Repromed provide many other less invasive fertility treatments including cycle tracking, Ovulation Induction (OI), Intra Uterine Insemination (IUI) Myth: IVF is going to cost approx $15000 Fact: False, at Repromed you can expect to pay approximately

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Dr Thalluri discusses pregnancy

Repromed’s Dr Vamsee Thalluri discusses pregnancy later in life with the ABC news

Repromed Doctor Dr Vamsee Thalluri discusses the reality and risks of pregnancy later in life. With the advancements in technology such as Pre-implantation Genetic Screening and our popular embryo and egg donation programs women can remain hopeful of having a healthy baby later in life. To find out more click here

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Fertility Health Check

Fertility Health Check vs Fertility Assessment – what test is right for you?

Because we understand that everyone’s fertility journey is different we have a variety of investigations to assist people understand their fertility better. This includes the Fertility health Check and the Fertility Assessment. Fertility Health Check A Repromed Fertility Health Check is a great first step when considering having a baby. This is also a great

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Measuring Ovarian Reserve

Measuring Ovarian Reserve

Ovarian reserve is the term used to describe the number of good quality eggs left within a woman’s ovaries. As a woman runs out of eggs, the number of these small antral follicles decline in number and as a result the serum Anti-Mullerian hormone (AMH) falls. Women with diminished ovarian reserve have diminished fertility and

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