Types of Fertility Treatment
Fertility First was established in 1997 to offer personalised fertility treatment and health care in Sydney. We provide professional advice, assessment and fertility treatment, coupled with leading-edge assisted reproductive technologies.
Our aim is to improve fertility and maximise a couple’s chance of conceiving while minimising disruption to their life. As we believe it is very important to treat couples according to their individual needs, you will be fully assessed prior to any treatment starting.
For some couples, using donated sperm may be their chance of achieving pregnancy. Fertility First has been very fortunate to have a consistent supply of donor sperm immediately available for the past 15 years.
Women struggling to fall pregnant may not necessarily have the same success with their own eggs, nor may they find it easy to find egg donors in Australia. Fortunately, Fertility First offers a donor program to assist, providing donor egg options for women of all ages struggling with infertility.
Ovulation Induction (OI)
In Vitro Fertilisation (IVF)
A pregnancy rate of 10 to 40% is expected, depending on the woman’s age and the number and quality of the embryos transferred, IVF is one of the most popular forms of fertility treatment available.
EmbryoGen & BlastGen
Fertility First has been endorsed by the Sydney Local Health District Ethics Review Committee at Royal Prince Alfred Hospital. After receiving approval from the TGA to be an Authorised Prescriber, Fertility First patients now has access to provide EmbryoGen and BlastGen treatment.
Intrauterine Insemination (IUI)
IUI is a fertility procedure where a mans best sperm is injected into the uterus. To ensure the best possible results, IUI combines a small amount of ovarian stimulation, to maximise the maturity of the egg and the lining of the uterus. A pregnancy rate around 27% is expected*.
Why Fertility First?
At Fertility First, it's always personal.
Dr Anne Clark, the Medical Director, has worked in this area of medicine for more than 32 years. She was Australia’s first accredited female specialist working in reproductive endocrinology and infertility. She is the elected medical representative on the Board of the Fertility Society of Australia and New Zealand, the national governing body. She is also on the executive of the IVF Directors Group and a Director of ACCESS, the national patient support group at their invitation. She lectures nationally and internationally on fertility health and well being and is an expert on polycystic ovarian disease.
We take fertility seriously.
Fertility First is accredited by the National Association of Testing Authorities (NATA), Reproductive Technology Accreditation Committee (RTAC), Therapeutics and Drug Administration (TGA), National Pathology Accreditation Advisory Council (NPACC) and we’re also recognised Donor Sperm Bank under New South Wales legislation.
Fertility information packs
Each year thousands of Australians seek medical advice because of their inability to conceive. At least 15% of couples will experience some degree of infertility, with all its accompanying feelings and frustrations. Your can request Information Packs to help guide you through infertility and the treatment options available.