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Sperm Manufacturing 90 days

Sperm: The 90 day Manufacturing Period

Sperm: The 90 day Manufacturing Period Dr Deirdre Zander-Fox Sperm production takes around 3 months to complete. The testes usually make around 200 to 300 million sperm per day however, only about half or 100 million of these become viable sperm. The manufacture of sperm is ongoing continuously so the sperm that is used for

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Super for IVF

Can I access my super to pay for my IVF services?

Can I access my super to pay for my IVF services? Repromed is pleased to promote SuperCare. SuperCare is based on an Australian Government initiative to assist individuals and their families access their superannuation to cover medical costs. SuperCare IVF Services Advice team can facilitate the funding required for various treatments including: IVF Endometriosis Breast Cancer

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A day in the life of… an Embryologist

Alice Georgiou – Repromed Embryologist The role of an Embryologist is an around the clock job. And I mean this quite literally. Our precious laboratory guests (sperm, eggs and embryos) require constant monitoring to ensure they are growing in their optimal environment. And we take our jobs very seriously. With that in mind, most Embryologists

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What Causes Infertility?

Dr Angela McLean Fertility Doctor MBBS, Dip. Obs, RACOG, MPH, FAFPHM, MRepM View Dr McLean’s biography here Infertility is the inability to conceive after a year of unprotected intercourse, or the inability to carry pregnancies to a live birth. Sadly infertility is very common, and affects around one in six couples. The causes are shared equally

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Do things like coffee, alcohol and smoking really affect fertility?

Some things such as smoking, alcohol and drugs can have a profound effect on fertility and on the developing fetus. It is well worth addressing lifestyle issues if you’re trying to conceive as these can increase your chances of success as well as improving your own health and that of your potential baby. Even though

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