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Wellington woman Kate* was 35 and single when she decided to take control of her fertility by putting her eggs on ice.
For more than five years, the day has been a reminder of the baby she couldn't have - but today is different. Ting-Ting is spending her first Mother's Day with her "miracle baby", Haylee, in her arms.
Women in their early 30s should start thinking about preserving their fertility by freezing their eggs now, fertility experts say.
When it comes to getting pregnant, you need to understand more than just when to “do it”, explains Dr Andrew Murray.
How would it be to go through fertility treatment without a partner or family for support? It's becoming an increasing reality for single women, and as one explains, it is worth the struggle.
There are many different pathways through fertility treatment at Fertility Associates and everyone experiences it slightly differently. This article is aimed at helping to explain the journey you may make along this pathway.
Fertility experts are taking baby's first ultrasound photos to a whole new level. A couple's sperm and egg, doing their business on a petri dish in an incubator, are now being captured on time-lapse photography.
Robert Edwards, the scientist known as the father of IVF for pioneering the development of 'test tube babies' for couples unable to conceive naturally, has died aged 87.
Lisa East is the first woman to become pregnant in New Zealand through a fertility treatment that is well established overseas but new here.
Once a C-section, always a C-section? Not necessarily says Dr Andrew Murray. Caesarean sections, or C-sections, have become more common in the past 20 years. Currently the average C-section rate in New Zealand is around 25% of all births. There are many reasons why it has increased.
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