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Established for over 30 years, Westmead Fertility Centre is Australia’s largest fully independent, private fertility clinic. We offer a high quality, comprehensive service in a caring environment.

Working in state-of-the-art laboratories, our scientists are experts in the latest effective techniques and research.

Our philosophy is to make fertility treatment accessible to all patients. You can be confident that your treatment will be personalised and your specific physical and emotional needs treated with the highest standard of understanding and respect. We are happy to discuss your individual situation at any time.

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Attend an information seminar
When: Wednesday, August 12th, 2015
Time: 5:30pm for 6:00pm start
Where: Westmead Hospital
Cost: Free

Latest news


Changes to medication supply for assisted reproduction treatments

From July 1st 2015 the Australian Government will introduce amendments to the Pharmaceutical Benefits Scheme (PBS) which will change the way you access your medication for fertility treatments (IVF, ICSI and OI-IUI only). We would like to highlight some of the main points.

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Bed rest after Embryo transfer – is it necessary?

A study published in 2013 showed that there was a negative impact on the Live Birth Rate for women undergoing bed rest after their embryo transfer

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Ramadan and IVF Treatment June 18 – July 17 2015

Westmead Fertility Centre advises patients who wish to observe Ramadan to delay IVF treatment while fasting. From our past experience the chance of becoming pregnant for couples who were fasting while undergoing this treatment was reduced.

We also wish to remind you to increase fluid (water) intake while taking hormone injections. This helps to reduce dehydration which may be associated with increased blood hormone levels.

Westmead Fertility Centre will continue normal operations during Ramadan and will be pleased to proceed with treatment at your request.


Dad’s input at conception shapes offspring health

A father’s input is important for his child’s future health right from the moment of conception, with the quality of his seminal fluid playing a major and unique role in that process, according to new research from the University of Adelaide’s Robinson Institute.

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