50-52 Gloucester Rd,
Hurstville, NSW 2220

Weekdays: 7am – 5pm
Saturday: By appointment

IVF Treatment

Why choose Fertility First as your IVF clinic?

Fertility First is proud to offer IVF treatment to it’s patients in Hurstville, Sydney.

Here at our Sydney fertility clinic, we always take a holistic approach. From improving fertility naturally, we look at the entire picture, and treat everyone who comes into our clinic.

Each one of our fertility specialists is extremely dedicated to our clients. Throughout the process, you will have the same point of contact and have availability after hours on weekdays and during weekends. We are aware that ovaries know nothing about weekends and public holidays, so whatever is the right day for your fertility treatment will be the day that it is done.

Our fertility and IVF costs in Sydney are reasonable as we minimise expenses without comprising the chance of conceiving or quality of care. As a Doctor-owned Medical Practice, our IVF treatment costs do not need to cover overheads and/or shareholder dividends, all of which have to come out of the income derived from patients’ treatment cycle fees at other clinics.

When choosing a Sydney IVF clinic, it’s important to consider the success rates, as well as the quality of care.

1 in 6 couples have difficulty falling pregnant. Our vision is to transform what we know about our biology and reshape the conversation around infertility.

Anne Clark

Medical Director, Fertility First

Our IVF Treatment Process

1. Initial Fertility Appointment

At our Sydney IVF clinic there are no waiting times, as we believe it is important for you to receive the most appropriate treatment as and when it’s required. The timing of a visitation is determined by you, within the constraints of the menstrual cycle.

As infertility can involve both the man and the woman, if you have a partner, it would be beneficial for you both to attend your first IVF consultation together, so we provide you with the most accurate assessment, provide general information on improving fertility and begin your fertility treatment as soon as possible.

During the initial appointment, we will run through types of fertility treatment, along with fertility and IVF costs.

2. Fertility Testing

All our blood collections and scans, along with your embryo transfer will be performed within the comfort of our fertility clinic without the need to attend day surgery and pay any additional hidden costs. Once tests have been completed, we aim to have your fertility test results back within 2 to 3 weeks, which means, unless any assessment of the fallopian tubes is required, fertility treatment options can then be considered.

3. Treatment

Once all fertility tests have been completed and examined, we discuss your fertility treatment options. From here, we run through timelines and all the details involved in your fertility treatment plan. 

Key facts to consider when choosing an IVF clinic in Sydney

FAQs - IVF Treatment

Fertility First estimates $3,650 OOP cost for IVF treatment. See our fertility cost page for more.

We offer a range of treatments at our Sydney Fertility clinic, including ovulation induction and cycle monitoring, semen insemination, including partner (IUI) or donated sperm, frozen embyro transfer and more. See our fertility treatment page for more.

Being privately owned, Fertility First operates differently from other IVF clinics, as we don’t have to allocate a portion of our income to cover shareholder dividends or overheads. This allows us to provide more affordable treatment fees without compromising the quality of our services. Our patient-focused approach means that we can prioritise the needs and comfort of our patients throughout their fertility journey.

As soon as we complete an initial appointment and all fertility testing. In order to assist you, we offer a range of appointments throughout the week so you can find one that suits you best.

At Fertility First, we recognise that every patient’s fertility journey is unique. That’s why we provide a comprehensive approach to fertility treatment at our state-of-the-art IVF clinic in Sydney. As pioneers in the field, we were among the first fertility clinics in Australia to introduce a donor sperm program, and we are proud to offer the Halosperm assay male fertility test to our patients – one of only a few clinics in the country to do so.

IVF is the process when eggs are collected from the ovaries then fertilised with sperm in the laboratory (‘in vitro’ is Latin for ‘in glass’). One or two of the resultant embryos are returned to the woman’s uterus ‘fresh’ two to three days later and the remainder, if of appropriate quality, frozen (cryo-preserved) for transfer at a later date.

The first reported birth from this technique was in 1978. 

IVF News & Information​

Are IVF and ICSI the same?

There are so many acronyms and scientific terms, it can be all too easy to feel lost. So what’s the difference between IVF and ICSI?

Are IVF babies normal?

There have always been initial concerns about the health and development of babies conceived through IVF, but they are completely normal.