Fertility New Zealand walks alongside all people facing fertility challenges.
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About FertilityNZ and how it supports New Zealanders experiencing infertility.
Having an understanding of your cycle is fundamental for all those trying to conceive. A normal menstrual cycle and an IVF cycle are explained.
GPs are usually the first port of call when trying to conceive. Find out the questions to ask your GP and what you can expect to happen next.
Preconception Health can help maximise your chances of a healthy pregnancy, through achievable lifestyle changes.
A guide to fertility treatments available in New Zealand, and a typical process through levels of treatment.
Explanation of how fertility funding works in New Zealand, and the usual sequence of events for people experiencing infertility.
Male factor infertility, and its treatments, explained.
PCOS is defined and its impact on fertility explained.
Endometriosis is explained together with its impact on fertility and possible treatments.
Infertility experienced by those who already have one or more children.
Considerations for single people and same sex couples looking to build families and/or facing infertility.
Outlines the emotional consequences of infertility and gives coping mechanisms.
The role of the specialist Infertility Counsellor.
Christmas, Mothers and Fathers Days can be particularly difficult for people with infertility. Learn coping mechanisms to help deal with these events.
An outline of complementary therapies which you may consider.
Learn about the impact of infertility on a friend or relative and how you can support them.
Recurrent miscarriage is described by a Doctor and a Fertility Counsellor as well as a Member sharing her experience.
Members share their experiences as egg donors and recipients. Legal and emotional considerations for people investigating egg donation in NZ.
This video outlines considerations for people investigating using, or being, a surrogate. Our members share their experiences of surrogacy.
Guidance for those at the end of their fertility journey.