One in six New Zealand couples suffer from infertility, which is defined as being unable to conceive after one year of trying. This includes couples who find it difficult to conceive again after first having a child. There can be many reasons for experiencing this problem – from hormonal imbalances to medical issues and genetics.

Our doctors know the mental and physical impacts infertility can have on a couple and treat these alongside the underlying issue. We have helped many couples on the road to growing their family, through careful diagnosis and treatment of fertility issues. Guesswork can be stressful – so before booking with our specialists, the information below may be helpful.

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The Mental Load That Comes with Trying to Conceive
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