The 25th July is recognised as World Embryologist Day, the same special date as the world’s first IVF baby being born.
Embryologists play a critical role in an IVF clinic – they are the scientific staff who help make babies happen, literally creating life in their hands. They are sometimes referred to as the ‘caretakers’ of a patient’s sperm, eggs or embryos because they are the nurturers of this new start of life.
As of 8th July 2020, Victorians undergoing Assisted Reproductive Treatment (ART) are no longer required to obtain and complete police and child protection order checks before accessing treatment. This change takes place with immediate effect.
Are you struggling to fall pregnant or to carry a pregnancy full term? If so, couples in NSW can take advantage of a government rebate to help them try to understand the cause of their fertility problem.
City Fertility is extremely excited about the recent bill passed on 4th June by the Victorian Government, to remove the requirement for couples and individuals undergoing Assisted Reproductive Treatment (ART) to carry out police and child protection order checks before accessing treatment.
Women who used IVF to conceive their first child have a good chance of having a second child the same way, according to a new study.
The study, by researchers from the University of New South Wales (UNSW), is the first to look at the chances of women having more than one IVF-conceived baby, which may be helpful in counselling patients planning their families
If you are looking for a fertility specialist that is experienced, highly skilled and passionate about fertility and women’s health then you need look no further than City Fertility Sydney’s CBD’s latest duo of specialists joining the team.
We warmly welcome Clinical Associate Professor Michael Cooper OAM and Dr Natasha Andreadis to City Fertility Sydney CBD.
At City Fertility we understand that COVID-19 has changed so much in everyone’s lives, but we also know that sometimes your dreams of parenthood can’t wait.
If you are keen to commence or restart your IVF treatment but are worried about treatment costs we offer a range of hassle-free payment plans, should you need them.
By City Fertility
City Fertility continues to provide treatment to patients unaffected by the Coronavirus (COVID-19), via phone and video consultations. Learn More
By City Fertility
In response to the situation with Coronavirus (COVID-19), the Fertility Society of Australia (FSA) has provided the following recommendation: For individuals attempting to conceive or preserve their fertility, at this point, there is no evidence to recommend contraception or cessation of attempts to conceive, either unassisted or assisted.” We want to reassure you that City Fertility continues to provide treatment to patients unaffected by the COVID-19.