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Sperm health

Ensuring your sperm are healthy will improve both the chances of your partner falling pregnant and your baby’s health. Learn more here about sperm health.

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Fertility tests

There are a number of tests that are available to determine your fertility.

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Semen analysis for infertility | Healthy Male

Semen analysis for infertility What is semen analysis? When is semen analysis done? What is checked in a semen analysis? How is semen collected for testing? Do I need a referral from a doctor? What do the results mean? Are other tests done? Resources and videos Resources Filter resources Type: Fact sheet RESET Fact sheet Semen analysis fact sheet Download PDF SEE ALL RESOURCES

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Semen analysis - Lab Tests Online AU

Why and when to have semen analysed

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Male infertility - MyDr.com.au

Male infertility is a major factor in 30-50 per cent of difficulties conceiving. It usually results from low numbers of, or poor quality, sperm.

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The Pink Elephants Support Network - Male Fertility Issues - Pink Elephants

Many people are surprised to learn that men actually account for 30% of infertility in couples

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Infertility | Family Planning NSW

Fertility is your natural ability to have a child. Infertility is when a couple has had regular unprotected intercourse for a year but have not become pregnant. For a woman to become pregnant, a man's sperm needs to meet with a woman's egg. The fertilised egg then implants in the lining of the woman's uterus and starts to grow into a baby.

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Contraception | Jean Hailes

There are many different methods of contraception to avoid pregnancy including the oral contraceptive pill (OCP), the mini-pill, a condom, an intrauterine…

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2 weeks pregnant

When you are two weeks pregnant, your body is preparing for pregnancy but your egg has not yet been fertilised. Typically your egg will be released from your ovaries at the end of the second week of pregnancy and conception will occur on the first day of the third week of pregnancy. If you want to get pregnant, make sure you have plenty of sex this week so your partner’s sperm is ready and waiting to fertilise your egg.

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