Before Baby | The Webinar Series

Before Baby | The Webinar Series | 28 March - 2 April

You’re officially invited to join our Before Baby Fertility Webinar Series!

We’ve lined up informative 1-hour sessions tailored specifically for those wanting to grow their family this year. Gain the fertility knowledge you need, from pre-pregnancy health and how to boost fertility, what treatment options are available, and the technology and science of assisted reproduction.

We even have talks covering emotional well-being and fertility nutrition tips to prepare for parenthood.

Are you preparing to have a baby?

Get ready to put your health and wellbeing first, to give you the best chance of conceiving.

Sign up for our Before Baby Webinar Series below and find out more about fertility, food, fitness and mindfulness, straight from our experts to you.

With each Before Baby Pre-Pregnancy Webinar Series, we set you up for success by busting the biggest myths around conception and guiding your goals in preparation for parenthood. We also explore fertility-friendly recipes and examine the role of positive emotional wellbeing. Because at Queensland Fertility Group, we understand that every fertility journey is unique, and being armed with knowledge is powerful!

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10:00 am (AEDT)Mindfulness
07:00 pm (AEDT)Pre-pregnancy health and how to boost fertilityTreatment optionsDonor and LGBTQ+ optionsTechnology and scienceNutrition and Fertility with Wendy Fedele
08:00 pm (AEDT)Gynaecological conditions

Pre-pregnancy Health and How to Boost Fertility

Starting out on your journey to parenthood can be an exciting time, and there are a number of ways you can improve your chances of falling pregnant naturally. This session will help you to understand the factors affecting your fertility, and set you on a fast track path to pregnancy.

Gynaecological Conditions

As many as twenty-five percent of women of childbearing age have PCOS, and around 10% of women of reproductive age are affected by endometriosis, yet most women don’t even know that they have a gynaecological condition until they begin trying to get pregnant.​​​​​​ Our Gynaecological Conditions Webinar will equip you with all the information you will need on trying to fall pregnant with gynaecolgical issues such as Endometriosis, PCOS, Fibroids and others. 

Treatment Options

For many Australian couples, the journey to parenthood does not always happen as quickly as they expect. Fortunately, advances in assisted conception treatments can make a real difference.

Whether you require a simple approach, such as Ovulation Induction or IUI (intra uterine insemination), or more complex infertility treatment, such as IVF (In Vitro Fertilisation) or ICSI, our specialists can support you at every step of the way. Join our webinar to find out more about the treatment options available and whether they may be right for you. 

Donor and LGBTQ+ Options

Queensland Fertility Group provides a comprehensive and supportive donor program to assist anyone needing donor sperm, eggs or embryos; or a surrogate to help them have a baby. Join this Before Baby webinar session to hear our experienced specialists talk about everything Donor and LGBTQ+ options

Technology and Science

The Queensland Fertility Group science team includes more than 50 scientists working in embryology, andrology and pathology. Our in-house laboratories provide embryology, andrology, pre-implantation genetic testing (PGT) and endocrinology diagnostic services, so you can receive almost all your treatments and testing in one convenient location. Join the session to hear our specialists talk about the leading technology and recent advancements in IVF. 

Nutrition and Fertility with Wendy Fedele

What you eat can improve, or harm, your fertility.

What we put in our bodies is so important for our general health.  Most people understand this.  What many women don’t know is that our menstrual cycles and fertility are just a reflection of that underlying health. This means that when we are not functioning optimally, our fertility often isn’t either.  Our body is constantly reacting to our environment and that includes the food on our plate. Join Nutritionist Wendy Fedele and our Fertility Specialist on a one hour talk about all things nutrition and fertility. 


IVF treatment can be challenging emotionally, and sometimes places strains on our relationships. 

Talking with a counsellor doesn’t mean you aren’t coping – it’s simply an important tool that can help you through this time of your life. It’s helpful to have someone really listen to you without giving ‘advice’, and be able to talk to someone you can be completely honest with.

Melissa Stephens is a Senior Fertility Counsellor at IVFAustralia and has practised as a psychologist for over 15 years. Having worked previously with the NSW Department of Health and in private practice, she has extensive expertise in working with children and families with issues around relationships, parenting, anxiety and depression. Join Melissa on a talk about Fertility and Mindfulness.