Learn about infertility, how you can improve fertility and understand when it’s time to seek help.
Learn about the different options available to single women, heterosexual and same-sex couples.
Find everything you need to get started in the one place if you and your Newlife fertility specialist have agreed that IVF is right for you.
We choose to offer these as standard – not just as optional extras for those that can afford to pay more – because we believe they represent current best practice in IVF and offer you the best possible chance of success. At present, this includes the use of the EmbryoScope time-lapse system, sequential media and EmbryoGlue to aid the development, selection and transfer of embryos during IVF. We also routinely use egg spindle visualisation for all ICSI procedures to help us assess whether an egg is in optimal condition for fertilisation. We do not think of these techniques as ‘add-ons’ but as our standard of care. As such, they are included in our normal cycle fees for IVF or ICSI and do not incur additional costs.
An incubator that facilitates undisturbed embryo growth and continual embryo assessment.
A microscopic imaging system for assessing if an egg is in optimal condition for fertilisation via ICSI.
Blocked fallopian tubes can prevent the egg and sperm from meeting. Blockages can be treated improving your chances of falling pregnant.Learn more
Many factors influence whether fertilisation during IVF is successful. Embryologists play a key role in bringing egg and sperm together.Learn more
Fertility speciliast Dr Amber Kennedy discusses the term 'ovarian reserve' and the role egg freezing plays in fertilty preservation.Learn more