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Ovulation and fertility

Knowing when you ovulate and having sex at the right time is important when you are trying to fall pregnant. Kits can help you predict ovulation.

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Conception - from fertilisation to embryo

Infographic showing the process of conception and when the fetus starts to develops in the uterus.

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Fertility awareness (natural family planning)

Fertility awareness is learning to recognise on which days of the month you are fertile. It can be used as a form of contraception or as a method to become pregnant.

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Planning for your pregnancy

If you are thinking about pregnancy, visit your doctor for a preconception consult to provide you with expert advice on planning your pregnancy.

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Conception and fetal development

Discover the journey of conception and fetal development. Learn about your baby’s development milestones at each month during your pregnancy.

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Making decisions about unplanned pregnancies

Having an unplanned pregnancy can be an emotional experience. There will be decisions you will need to make, but there are services available to help you through this time.

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Family planning clinics

Family planning clinics provide support relating to reproduction, contraception and pregnancy and can be found throughout Australia.

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Fertility tests and treatments

Find out more about the different fertility tests and treatments available to you and your partner if you are struggling to have a baby.

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Trying for pregnancy after 35

If you're 35 years or older and trying for pregnancy, find out how to improve your chances of getting pregnant and when to see your doctor.

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Pregnancy tests

Find out how a home pregnancy test works, how soon a test will read positive and what to do if your pregnancy test shows that you are pregnant.

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