Many Tasmanian couples find the journey to parenthood isn’t as straightforward as they’d hoped. This is where TasIVF can help. 

With simple, routine checks and tests, your TasIVF fertility specialist can put together a personalised treatment plan for you. Wherever possible, this will involve the simplest and least invasive options, such as Ovulation Induction and Artificial Insemination. But it’s also good to know you’ll have support from highly experienced fertility specialists, who have access to the most advanced science and treatments available in the world. 

First, we can help you understand why you might be finding it difficult to conceive. Then we’ll look at the best treatment plan for your needs. 

Our full range of fertility treatments includes:

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Ovulation Cycle Monitoring

A simple way to identify the days in each month when you’re most fertile, so you can improve your chances of conceiving naturally. 
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Ovulation Induction (OI)

Using medication to help stimulate your hormones and encourage ovulation. Find out more »

Assisted Insemination (AI)

Also known as Intrauterine Insemination (IU), the procedure involves inserting prepared sperm into the uterus close to the time of ovulation. 
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IVF involves stimulating the ovaries to mature multiple eggs at the same time. A surgical procedure is used to collect the eggs form the ovaries. The eggs are then fertilised by sperm after mixing the sperm and eggs together or injecting a single sperm into each egg (ICSI). The resultant embryos are either transferred into the uterus or frozen for later use. 
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Preimplantation Genetic Diagnosis (PGD) & Preimplantation Genetic Screening (PGS)

Preimplantation genetic diagnosis (PGD) and preimplantation genetic screening (PGS) are highly sophisticated techniques which can increase your chance of having a healthy baby. 
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Sperm Retrieval

When sperm are not present in normal ejaculate, there are two approaches to retrieving sperm from the testes – fine needle aspiration and open testicular biopsy. 
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