Here are some questions that patients have been asking in the past few days – we will continue to add to these and update our information as things develop.
During each IVF cycle, the number of embryos that are created in the laboratory can vary greatly from person to person. What happens when you decide to finish treatment and you still have frozen embryos in storage?
Donate Hope at Flinders Fertility through our Sperm Donor Program
Having to undergo fertility treatment to have a longed-for child is never easy, but having several rounds of treatment without a pregnancy is much harder.
EmbryoGlue is the name given to a specific culture media used during embryo transfer and is now available at Flinders Fertility after consultation with your clinician.
In light of the tour down under coming to Adelaide, we wanted to take the opportunity to discuss the importance of maintaining a healthy lifestyle as well as touching on the effects of cycling on male fertility.
You may not have realised that during bushfire season, air quality is significantly affected due to the production of smoke.
Flinders Fertility has become the first clinic in Australia to offer Life Whisperer - a new non-invasive AI technology designed to improve IVF outcomes.
While it is well known that alcohol consumption should be avoided during pregnancy and breast feeding, its effect on male fertility and their future offspring is perhaps less widely recognised.
Our Clinical Director, Dr Neerja Kamal, explains the science behind non-invasive PGT-A, and why Flinders Fertility is not offering it at present.
A heritage-listed church in the heart of Glenelg has been re-imagined as the brand new Flinders Fertility Clinic. Through major structural works, the Schiavello construction team successfully converted the ground floor of the 1899 building into a state-of-the-art clinic.
What if we told you that you are who you are not only because of the genes you inherited from your parents, but also because of the environment in which your parents, and even grandparents, lived in? Well, it turns out that external and environmental factors may have a big influence in the way our genes are regulated.
The Sydney Morning Herald published an article today about an interstate clinic using Donor Gametes South Africa for overseas donors and how that affected some patients. Dr Neerja Kamal, the Flinders Fertility Clinical Director, explains why Flinders Fertility uses the Seattle Sperm Bank in the USA to source overseas donors.
This interesting article describes the impact of maternal health on egg quality, and the research being undertaken at present to identify new opportunities to help protect eggs from the damaging impacts of external factors.
Flinders Fertility is involved in some interesting new research in collaboration with Flinders University. This research project aims to explore the relationship between paternal (father’s) stress exposure and reproductive outcomes.
Preimplantation Genetic Screening (PGS) testing often results in embryos being classified as “mosaic”. Here in this useful guide, our embryology staff provide an overview of mosaicism.
Ashleigh Storr (BSc, PGDip, PhD) one of our very own embryologists, recently presented at the annual Fertility Society of Australia (FSA) conference in Melbourne about selecting embryos for transfer in today's IVF laboratory.
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