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Surrogacy

Surrogacy is one of the many options to have a child. Learn what surrogacy is, the types of surrogacy and the legalities of surrogacy in Australia.

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Surrogacy - Assisted reproductive technology

The Surrogacy Act 2010 defines a surrogacy arrangement as being: an arrangement under which a woman agrees to become, or to try to become, pregnant with a child and that the parentage of the child born as a result of the pregnancy is to be transferred to another person or persons (a pre-conception surrogacy arrangement), or an arrangement under which a pregnant woman agrees that the parentage of a child born as a result of the pregnancy is to be transferred to another person or persons (a post-conception surrogacy arrangement)

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Ethical guidelines for Assisted Reproductive Technology | NHMRC

Public consultation on Mitochondrial Donation Supplementary Section The Mitochondrial Donation Law Reform (Maeve's Law) Act 2022 came into effect on 2 October 2022 and amended the Research Involving Human Embryos Act 2002 (RIHE Act) and the Prohibition of Human Cloning for Reproduction Act 2002 (PHCR Act) to facilitate the staged introduction of mitochondrial donation into Australian clinical IVF practice.

Read more on NHMRC – National Health and Medical Research Council website

A man's guide to going through IVF | Healthy Male

IVF is one of the more widely known forms of assisted reproductive technology — used to overcome a range of fertility issues.

Read more on Healthy Male - Andrology Australia website

Infertility treatment | Jean Hailes

There are many reasons a woman may have difficulty becoming pregnant. There are a number of things you can do to increase the likelihood of becoming pregnant including lifestyle changes, surgery, hormone treatment and Assisted Reproductive Technology (ART).

Read more on Jean Hailes for Women's Health website

Female infertility - MyDr.com.au

There are several factors that can affect a woman's fertility. Treatments are available for many of the causes of female infertility and assisted reproductive technology such as IVF can help some women get pregnant.

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Understanding donor conception | VARTA

Donor conception is the process of having a baby using donated sperm, eggs or embryos through self-insemination or fertility treatment such as IVF.

Read more on Victorian Assisted Reproductive Treatment Authority website

After donor conception | VARTA

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The role of exercise in improving fertility, quality of life and emotional wellbeing

Being in the healthy weight range reduces the risk of infertility and improves the chance of conceiving spontaneously and with assisted reproductive technology (ART).

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What are the current multiple pregnancy and birth trends?

There has been an overall increasing trend in multiple births in the last two decades in Australia. Attributed largely to the increased use of fertility drugs and assisted reproduction technology and the growing number of older mothers.

Read more on Twins Research Australia website

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