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Register for our next free fertility information seminar

We hold regular free fertility information seminars at Westmead Hospital or around the Sydney metropolitan area. These informal presentations are a good way for you to meet some of our key team members, including our fertility specialists, fertility nurses and embryologists. This is an opportunity for you to learn more about:

  • understanding your fertility
  • at what point to seek medical advice when trying to conceive
  • fertility treatment options
  • how to get started with fertility treatment
  • what happens in the embryology laboratory and how an embryo develops
  • how Westmead Fertility Centre is different
  • how our team can support you

You can also learn more about our affordable pricing model, which includes:

  • nurse appointments, contact and support
  • access to our counsellor throughout treatment
  • within-cycle blood tests and ultrasound scans
  • egg collection procedure
  • use of operating theatre for egg collection and anaesthetics services
  • fresh embryo transfer
  • embryo freezing and two years storage of embryos.

Read more about our costs and applicable rebates.

You will also hear how Westmead Fertility Centre operates as a social enterprise, keeping fees affordable and reinvesting operating surpluses into research to help future patients realise their dream of holding a baby in their arms.

You will also have an opportunity to have your specific questions answered.

Our next information seminar will be held at Westmead Hospital on Nov 30, 2018 at 6 pm.  Registration with light food and drinks will be available from 5:30 pm.. Please provide your email address in the form below and we will send you further details closer to the event. We look forward to seeing you there.

Patient experiences

At Westmead Fertility Centre, we are focused on breaking the silence around infertility and raising awareness of fertility treatments. With one in six Australian couples affected by infertility, solidarity is important. Once people open up and break the silence, they realise they are not alone.

Patients courageously share their stories with our team during treatment. Several of our patients have been thoughtful enough to document their stories here, for your benefit.

Please note that in order for Westmead Fertility Centre to abide with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency’s (AHPRA) Guidelines, we cannot share patient testimonials. Instead, these stories focus on the personal experiences of patients dealing with infertility and their treatment, in the hope that it will assist you as you embark on your own journey, and realise you are not alone.

If reading these stories raises any questions or concerns for you, please contact one of our team for more information or support, or make an appointment with your GP.

Contact us at [email protected] if you would like to share your own story.

Dreams can come true

Here, Westmead Fertility Centre patients share their struggle with male factor infertility and give advice to never give up hope,…
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Never give up hope

In this story, a Westmead Fertility Centre patient shares advice to never give up hope.
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Trying to conceive (TTC) after loss

Erin shares her journey of trying to conceive (TTC) after loss and the joy of meeting her rainbow baby.
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Exploring the world for the first time

Secondary Infertility – What you least…

Here a Westmead Fertility Centre patient shares her story in the hope that doing so will help others in their…
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Shot of a mature couple feeling excited after taking a home pregnancy test

Finally, our bundle of joy!

Annette share’s her story and wishes all of those couples that embark on this journey to find solace in their…
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Our little princess

Sometimes, patients are fortunate enough to meet their ‘little princess’ on their first attempt of IVF.
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Miracles happen

Like so many women, Elise had a difficult journey with polycystic ovarian syndrome (or PCOS) before welcome Mireya – ‘miracle’…
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Snipped but not out

By sharing her story, Samantha reminds us that everyone’s fertility journey is different.
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little happy cheerful girl running around playing and having fun with balloons in the summer on the nature

Love in my heart and empty…

Shona shares what she calls her long, well-travelled, bumpy road and remind others to don’t give up hope and that…
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Portrait showing parents' hands and babies' feet.

My Twinnies

Steph gives couples starting their IVF journey some useful advice - keep an open mind, as the first cycle or…
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My IVF story

My IVF story

Samantha shares her journey dealing with polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS) and endometriosis.
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Maybe Baby An IVF Journey

Alexia’s Story

Alexia shares, not being able to have children – when it is all you want, more than anything in the…
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Start your fertility journey with Westmead Fertility Centre

There are many ways to start your fertility journey.
Please choose the path that best suits your stage, or give us a call for guidance.