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Trying To Conceive

Trying for a baby is an exciting time for many couples but you probably have many questions you’d like answered – particularly if you have been trying to conceive for a while. Age, lifestyle and other factors can impact your fertility, and understanding the inner workings of the female and male reproductive systems can be vital to your success.

If you have been trying to conceive for more than twelve months and you’re under 36 (or over six months if you’re over 36) we recommend you see a TasIVF fertility specialist for some basic fertility tests, a full assessment and to discuss your options.

The average fertile couple has just a 20 per cent chance of conceiving in any given month. Understanding your pregnancy window and maintaining a healthy lifestyle can maximise your likelihood of conception. Read more »

Understanding the basics of the female reproductive system, including ovulation, can help maximise your chance of falling pregnant and also give you clues if there might be a problem. Read more »

Knowing the basics of the male reproductive system and the lifestyle factors that can contribute to healthier sperm can improve the chance of your partner falling pregnant. Read more »

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