If you’re thinking about having a baby one day, then it’s a good idea to prepare your body in advance.
Maybe you’re not ready to try for a baby, but you’d like the option to have a family one day. At SSFertility IVF, we’re passionate about helping you proactively manage your reproductive health. It doesn’t have to be complicated or expensive. Our comprehensive resources can help you boost your fertility now—so you can get pregnant later.
Ready Set Baby
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Assess your Fertility
Dreaming of having a baby? We’re here to help get you there. That’s why we offer our patients a range of tests.
Unfortunately for some women and couples, miscarriage is a part of their fertility journey.
Tips to Boost your Fertility
That is why we have developed this free fertility guide to help you maximise your chances of conceiving naturally.
Fertility Health Check
Simply by understanding your body and knowing your reproductive health sooner rather than later.
Understanding your Health
We believe that understanding your reproductive health empowers you on the path to parenthood.
Thinking about having a baby some day? Knowledge is power. This section contains expert information to help you assess and boost your fertility.
Get some insider tips.
Fertility information can be complex, but it needn’t be. We share our top tips to help you prepare your body for pregnancy.
Chat to a nurse.
Book a complimentary chat with one of our expert fertility nurses. They’ll talk through any questions you might have and offer guidance on next steps.
It depends on your age. If you’re under 35, we recommend you seek help after 12 months of regular unprotected sex. If you’re over 35, we suggest you see a fertility specialist after six months of trying to conceive.
If you’re looking to comprehensively assess your fertility, it’s a good idea to book a consult with a fertility specialist. They’ll take an in-depth medical history, and may order a series of scans and tests.
A healthy lifestyle really can improve your fertility. Exercise and diet play an important role in helping prepare your body for pregnancy. It’s also wise to reduce your alcohol and caffeine intake, and to quit smoking.
Wherever you are on your journey, one of our supportive nurse enquiry team can help you understand your options and take the next step. These conversations are free and informative.Book an appointment