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Counselling – Navigating the treatment pathway

Emma Angel Fertility Counsellor BA Social Work View Emma’s biography here One in six couples will have difficulty achieving a pregnancy. But despite this growing number of people, difficulties faced when trying to conceive can leave people feeling extremely isolated, particularly as a society we have difficulty in dealing with these sad experiences. Few situations in

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Endometriosis and Fertility

Dr Vamsee Thalluri Fertility Doctor MBBS, MRANZCOG, Gynaecologist View Dr Thalluri’s biography here Endometriosis is a condition where the tissue that lines the woman’s uterus (endometrium) implants in areas outside of the uterus. The most common areas for these deposits to implant include the walls of the pelvis (peritoneum), the ovaries, the fallopian tubes and the

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Recurrent Miscarriage

Dr Richard Henshaw Fertility Specialist FRCOG, FRANZCOG View Dr Henshaw’s biography here A miscarriage is when a pregnancy ends on its own before a woman has been pregnant for 20 weeks. Most commonly it occurs in the very early stages of the pregnancy and is uncommon after 10 weeks. Recurrent miscarriage refers to when this has

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Choosing a Fertility Clinic

If you’re looking for fertility treatment options, choosing a fertility clinic is one of the most important steps in your journey to becoming a parent. The following questions have been designed to help in guiding your decision. 1. What are the fertility clinic’s pregnancy rates? Repromed is proud to have one of the leading pregnancy

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Prepring For Pregnancy

Information sessions

Repromed regularly holds free seminars and webinars in South Australia and the Northern Territory designed to give couples and individuals all of the information needed to start a family. The presentations cover a range of topics including; • optimising natural conception • timing of intercourse • lifestyle factors • vitamins and vaccinations • smoking/alcohol and

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