News and Research
March 23, 2022
Are you interested in becoming a volunteer with Fertility NZ? Would you like to volunteer your time to help others through the m…
March 4, 2022
Are you interested in helping others and what to give back? Fertility NZ is currently seeking a new Director to fulfil the Secre…
February 11, 2022
Are you a menstrual app user, interested in apps and health technology? Please help the University of Otago develop guidelines f…
January 23, 2022
Support groups are the backbone of Fertility NZ’s activity, they provide most of our face-to-face contact with our Members and …
December 2, 2021
Endometriosis and PCOS are two very common diseases affecting many individuals in our community. Despite evidence these two cond…
September 9, 2021
An overview of the ins and outs of public funding, costs you can expect, and how private funding works alongside public funding.
September 8, 2021
Professor Cindy Farquhar from the University of Auckland and Fertility Plus will outline fertility treatment add-ons available i…
September 7, 2021
Sperm health can impact both chance of conception and retaining a pregnancy. Learn about the factors within your control which …
September 7, 2021
Whānau building for people in the Rainbow community can be very complex. Christian Newman (parent via surrogacy, and Love from …
August 25, 2021
Building the whānau of your dreams is not always easy, but we’re here to provide support, guidance, education and aroha.
July 30, 2021
Dr Simon McDowell, Fertility Specialist at Fertility Associates, presented a webinar on age and fertility.
July 15, 2021
If you have already had IVF, The University of Auckland invite's you to participate in this 5-minute survey.
June 24, 2021
Proposal that the HART Order should explicitly state that the use of cryopreserved testicular tissue is an established procedure
June 11, 2021
We are proud to host Fertility Week, 6-12 September 2021, to raise awareness about fertility. This year's theme is I am one in …
March 31, 2021
Once members seeking support for infertility, Karley and Jodene want to give back and support the Taranaki fertility community.