News and Research
October 16, 2017
FNZ is seeking a Support Coordinator, 20 hours a week, based from home in Auckland.
October 4, 2017
"When you're in your early 30s you just assume you're going to have babies like everyone else, when you're told you can't concei…
September 25, 2017
"I would have done it for nothing. I went into this thinking there would be no money at all. The fact that I was able to cover m…
September 4, 2017
For a same-sex couple having a child means entering the daunting world of fertility clinics.
August 11, 2017
Vitamin B3 is typically found in meats and green vegetables as well as vegemite. However, a recent study found that despite taki…
July 28, 2017
An international study published in journal Human Reproduction Update has found sperm counts have dropped by more than 50 per ce…
July 26, 2017
Today there are 600 families hoping to adopt on the Ministry of Vulnerable Children's books. But there are not enough children t…
July 19, 2017
A new treatment available, developed at the University of Adelaide.
July 10, 2017
Fertility New Zealand is delighted to announce their new Ambassadors, Chris and Linda Harris
June 28, 2017
Your fertility journey is your journey and it's not ok for your friends to talk about your fertility issues in public.
June 27, 2017
“It’s such a long process so when you get your positive result you’re over the moon that it’s all working. You find out when you…
June 20, 2017
Since the first test-tube baby, Louise Brown, was born in England in 1978, about 6.5 million children have been born worldwide w…
June 14, 2017
If only everyone thought of the "Instead" suggestions before saying these 5 things to someone going through a Fertility Journey
June 12, 2017
Sharon and Chris Owen are searching nationwide to find a surrogate for their next child.
June 9, 2017
Breast cancer treatments can affect your fertility, which can be devastating if you haven’t completed your family.
June 2, 2017
More Fertility information in schools could help educate people in their 20s to not wait and just do it says Valerie Landis.