Fertility

Fertility refers to the ability to conceive and have a child.

Myths and facts - Fertility

References

Fertility and pregnancy, Jean Hailes for Women’s Health. More information here.
Sex and relationships, Jean Hailes for Women’s Health. More information here.
Age and fertility Better Health Channel, Department of Health and Human Services, Victorian Government. More information here.
Suspecting infertility Victorian Assisted Reproductive Treatment Authority. More information here.
Grambower J 2016 Fertility facts video Health education, Women’s Health Queensland. More information here.

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Last updated: February 2018

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