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How to improve your chance of pregnancy and having a healthy baby

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Fertility Week 2020 - Age and fertility – know the facts

From October 12 – 18, Your Fertility will be promoting information about the impact of age on male and female fertility in the hope it will empower people to discuss their plans for a baby if they want one. Find out more.

COVID 19 update

COVID-19 Update

As of 22 April 2020, it is unclear how COVID-19 may affect pregnant women and those who are trying to conceive.  We’ve put together a list of reliable sources so that you can keep up to date with new information on COVID-19 and pregnancy as it becomes available. Read more

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When are you more likely to conceive?

The best time to conceive is during the ‘fertile window’ of the menstrual cycle. Find out your most fertile time. 

Calculate your ovulation

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Healthy conception tool

Enter your details below to find out where you can make some changes to improve your chances of pregnancy.

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Do you want to have children?

Dr Caroline West introduces the factors that can affect your fertility.

Did you know?


In a 2012 telephone survey of Australians aged 18 to 45 years who want to have a child or another child now or in the future, more than 40% of participants were unaware that smoking and obesity significantly reduce fertility.

Test your fertility

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Your Fertility is a national public education program brought to you by the Fertility Coalition, funded by the Australian Government Department of Health and the Victorian Government Department of Health and Human Services.

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