The Reproductive Service at the Women’s is available for women from adolescence through to menopause. We also offer some investigations and treatments for male partners.
Clinical Genetics Service
Genetic counselling provides education and support to couples and individuals who may be affected by a genetic conditionLearn more
Endocrine and Metabolic Service
The Endocrine and Metabolic Service is a multidisciplinary clinic which treats girls and women with endocrine and metabolic problems that may affect fertility, future fertility and reproductive healthLearn more
Fertility Preservation Service
Medical fertility preservation consultation, assessment and advice for girls, young women, boys and young men whose fertility is at risk from a medical condition, its treatment, a genetic issue, or gender identity management.Learn more
Healthwise Women’s Program
The Healthwise Women’s Program is a lifestyle enhancement program specifically designed to motivate and educate women who are above their healthy weight range, focusing on gynaecological wellbeing, fertility issues and long term lifestyle changesLearn more
National Ovarian and Testicular Tissue Transport and Cryopreservation Service (NOTTCS)
NOTTCS enables healthcare professionals from across the country to offer fertility-saving options to patientsLearn more
Reproductive Services Clinic
The Reproductive Services Clinic conducts an assessment of fertility and provides ongoing treatmentLearn more
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