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Screentime NZ in conjunction with NZ on Air and TVNZ is producing Inconceivable, a six part series that will follow the journeys and share the stories and experiences of kiwis who are undergoing fertility treatment
A generous past patient of Fertility Associates' Wellington clinic has gifted one cycle of IVF treatment to another patient. Applications are now open to apply for this generous gift, and the lucky recipients will need to have undergone two past cycles at the Fertility Associates Wellington clinic.
While friends, ducks and the norovirus multiplied around them, Mark Cossey and his wife waited in vain for a baby
Bess Manson finds that goodwill - be it from unknown colleagues, well known rock bands or other strangers - comes in many forms, from a paid parking ticket to lives saved.
Dr Mary Birdsall, a local fertility expert and Medical Director of Fertility Associates, responds to comments from a UK reproductive biologist that women who want children should act sooner, rather than waiting.
The Plimmerton primary school has 10 sets of twins in its roll of about 180 pupils. "There's no evidence to suggest what [the cause] is, and we're pretty sure it's not the water," principal Zita Smith said.
Hamilton-based Fertility Associates, which runs fortnightly clinics at Central Med in Devonport Road, is increasing the frequency of its clinics to weekly and introducing counselling services.
So you're in your 30's, you want a baby, but you're single. What do you do? For some women desperate to have their own child, leaving it to fate is not an option.
Naturally conceiving and giving birth to identical triplets is a rarity and their fertility specialist Simon Kelly reckons they're more likely to win first division.
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