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The Patient Portal is exclusively made available to Queensland Fertility Group (QFG) patients, to allow them to share their experiences and support each other through their fertility treatments.

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Reproductive Conditions

Queensland Fertility Group's Fertility Specialists have more collective experience in treating female and male reproductive conditions than any other fertility group in Queensland. Often our doctors have spent many years practising as obstetricians and gynaecologists before dedicating their practice to gynaecology, reproductive endocrinology and fertility. In these videos, some of our doctors discuss common gynaecological conditions, how they can affect fertility and what treatments are available. These videos are purely for informational purposes, and only a Fertility Specialist can accurately diagnose and treat a medical condition. We encourage you to contact a QFG Doctor if any of these videos relate to your particular circumstances.

Endometriosis & Fertility

Endometriosis is a common cause of infertility in women, especially those who are over 30 and have not had children.

PCOS & Fertility

How Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS) affects a woman and her fertility, and the treatments available.

A Woman's Age & Fertility

How a woman's age affects her ability to conceive, particularly in her late 30's and early 40's.

Male Infertility - Causes & Treatments

Male infertility affects up to 50% of couple's having difficulty conceiving.

Lifestyle Factors Affecting Fertility

Lifestyle factors affect fertility and when you should have sex if you're trying for a baby.

Causes of Infertility

Understand the common causes of male and female infertility and how it can be addressed.

Lifestyle Factors affecting Male Fertility

How age, smoking, alcohol, weight and vitamin supplements can affect a man's fertility.

About Female Reproduction

Learn about how a woman’s reproductive system works & therefore how to get pregnant.

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