Infertility is usually defined as not being able to get pregnant. A broader view of infertility includes not being able to carry a pregnancy to term.
Links to our information partners' articles about infertility.
Laparoscopy and dye test
A laparoscopy and dye test helps to find out the cause of certain gynaecological problems associated with infertility. For some women minor treatments can be performed at the same time.
The health problems facing Australian men today
From androgen deficiency to erectile dysfunction, here's a round-up of the conditions and symptoms Australian men (and their partners) should look out for.
Links to our information partners' articles about fertility.
A varicocele is a swelling of veins next to a testicle. Usually, it’s harmless, but if you are in pain or having fertility problems, treatment can help.
Fertility awareness (natural family planning)
Fertility awareness is a natural way to avoid getting pregnant. It means not having sex when you are fertile, but it is not as reliable as other forms of contraception. Learn more here.
Information about male infertility from our information partners, including articles about symptoms, causes and treatment options.
Antibiotic-resistant gonorrhoea has increased
Cases of gonorrhoea have risen in Australia, and many people don't know they have it. But this STI can cause infertility if left untreated.
Complications of thyroid problems
Thyroid problems can lead to many complications – like heart failure, nerve damage or infertility. Learn about the consequences of not treating these problems.