Frequently Asked Questions
How do I know if I need fertility treatment?
If you have regular periods and are aged under 35, you should seek assistance after 12 months of trying naturally to get pregnant. If you are aged 35 years or over, this reduces to 6 months.
If you have irregular periods or you are known to have a condition that impacts your fertility, it is reasonable to seek assistance sooner.
Do you treat single women or same-sex couples?
Absolutely! We know only too well that some people wish to achieve pregnancy on their own. For others, the right person is yet to come along and for others, the right person is the same sex! We have one of Perth’s best and safest, fully accredited Donor Program backed by a dedicated team to support you on your journey. Our staff have also undertaken Opening Closets training to familiarise us with the unique challenges the LGBTQI community face. For people who have no immediate plans to have children, Fertility Preservation allows them to keep their options open.
How many cycles will it take me to get pregnant?
This is a tricky question to answer as it depends on your age, general health, underlying medical issues, lifestyle factors…the list goes on.
Some people are lucky enough to conceive as early as during their fertility tests and investigations, others may conceive on their first treatment cycle and for others, it may take much longer.
But you will not journey alone. Our team will educate and support you during each stage of your fertility journey and will give you honest and up-front advice as to your chance of success.