It’s been almost an entire year that the world was challenged with the unprecedented coronavirus pandemic. Not only are vulnerable people and businesses affected, but also high-risk pregnancies.
The selection of the best quality embryos to transfer during in vitro fertilisation (IVF) is crucially important to maximise treatment success.
Prior to embarking on any fertility treatment, it is invaluable to be able to predict an outcome.
Feeling your little one play around in the tummy is one of the most exciting moments of a pregnancy.
Largely due to today’s career and culture shift, women worldwide are giving birth later in life. For example, the average age of births was 25.
We all know that exercise is a key component of a healthy lifestyle, but when it comes to conception and pregnancy, you might get completely different advice like “absolutely no...
Hormonal management of contraception is built on the knowledge of hormonal changes during a menstrual cycle.
High prolactin, or hyperprolactinemia is one of the most common causes for the absence of menstruation (amenorrhea), accounting for 15-30% of all cases.
During the 40 weeks of pregnancy, common ailments may arise, but the available medications are limited due to safety concerns.
The second wave of coronavirus is hitting the state of Victoria as we speak. In the absence of a vaccine, Melbourne residents currently face the strictest restrictions in Australia.
From our last blog, we learned that total fertilisation failure can still occur even after using intracytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI), a technique that bypasses all the challenges a sperm has...
Assisted reproductive technology has been game-changing for many couples struggling with infertility.
Every year, 15 million babies are born prematurely, that is more than 1 in 10 babies.
Traditionally, women are held largely accountable for their offspring’s health.
More places are legalising cannabis with growing social acceptance and anecdotal evidence of its health benefits.
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