Get help from the fertility experts

Book your Free* Fertility Assessment today

If you find that falling pregnant hasn’t happened as quickly or easily as you first thought, you’re not alone. Across Australia, 1 in 6 couples will struggle to fall pregnant but by speaking to the experts you can help improve your chances of having a baby sooner. Right now we are offering a Free* Fertility Assessment, which is recommended if you’re:

 

How long should you try to fall pregnant naturally?

 

To ensure you’re on the right track, we evaluate both men and women’s fertility using a number of straightforward screening tests. A Fertility Assessment is the first step towards giving you a clear understanding of what tests may need to be undertaken, whether you can keep trying to conceive naturally or if you need further assistance from us.

At Genea we offer a wide array of treatments to help our patients fall pregnant; IVF may not be your only option. Our dedicated team of specialists and professional support means we’re with you every step of the way.

So if you’re tired of the uncertainty, don’t let that feeling linger. Genea provides almost a 40% greater chance of taking home a baby than the average of all other clinics in Australia and New Zealand combined1, so talk to us today.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Book your Free* Fertility Assessment today


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*No-out-of-pocket Fertility Assessments available to Medicare eligible patients. Appointments available at our Glebe Clinic with a Fertility GP.

1 The comparison graphs have been produced according to analysis of the latest available data (2013) released September 2015 from the Australian and New Zealand Assisted Reproduction Database (ANZARD) and based on live births per embryo transfer for women using their own eggs.