Tips

Fertility and the Immune System – with Professor Sarah Robertson

In this informative podcast I speak with Professor Sarah Robertson, Director of the University of Adelaide’s Robinson Research Institute and Head of the Reproductive Immunology research group about her fascinating research into fertility and the immune system. We...

Pap Smears – What You Need To Know. With Dr. Alice Huang

So, you know a regular pap smear is important, but what do the results really mean? What are they screening for? Does is affect your fertility or the progression of a healthy pregnancy? In this episode I speak with Dr Alice Huang who answers these important questions...

Fertility Preservation with Dr Genia Rozen

Whether it's plan A, plan B or plan C, there is a path to your baby. In this episode of the Conceive Baby Podcast, I speak with Dr Genia Rozen about the evolving world of fertility preservation. We discuss egg freezing, embryo freezing, sperm freezing and uterine...

Finding your fertile window – It’s all about ovulation

IT'S ALL ABOUT OVULATION Ovulation occurs when an egg is released from the ovary (or multiple eggs in the case of multiple birth).  From there is travels down the fallopian tubes and heads for your uterus.  You may experience some symptoms at the time of ovulation,...

What you need to know about Vitamin C

The first question from most of my patients over Zoom online consultations this week has been about COVID 19. Aside from the social distancing, washing your hands and disinfecting surfaces, which vital, what else can you do? I personally love vitamin C.  It’s a great...

Fertility Over 40 with Angela Hywood

In today's episode of the Conceive Baby Podcast we talk about a topic which is growing enormously and that’s Fertility over 40. I’m seeing more and more women starting or growing their families in their 40’s. But biologically, how fertile are we? What are your...

Are you and your partner speaking the same love language?

The ‘Five Love Languages’, conceived by family counsellor and author Dr Gary Chapman before particularly important when relationships can be put to the test during infertility. Although, we do generally cover most if not all these aspects of affection at some point,...

IVF Explained – with Prof Michael Chapman

In this podcast I speak with one of Australia’s most highly respected fertility specialists, Professor Michael Chapman. Dr Chapman is the co-founder of IVF Australia. He is a busy clinician who has personally been involved in fertility care resulting in over 3000...

Your Lunar Cycle – with Tracy Gaibisso

If you’ve been trying to conceive for a while you probably know about ovulation trackers and temperature charting, well today we’re going to be looking at a different way of charting your menstrual cycle and that’s via your lunar cycle. I speak with expert Tracy...

The PCOS Diet

In this episode I speak with Women's Health Dietitian Stefanie Valakas. We discuss the most common hormonal disorder found in women, Poly Cystic Ovarian Syndrome or PCOS as it’s most commonly known. PCOS affects around 10% of women in Australia and can have a...

It ends with the sperm

In this live stream renowned fertility specialist and I spoke about the importance of sperm health as well as providing our top tips on ways to improve male preconception health to improve your chances of a healthy pregnancy and a healthy baby. Infertility and...

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All about the egg – Live stream

It was a pleasure to join fertility specialist Dr Lynn Burmeister and Medical Director Kellie Sorby for this live Q&A where we answered your questions about egg health. We discussed the importance of the egg, factors which can impair egg health, what egg health...

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3 Top Tips to Improve IVF Success

It was such a pleasure to speak about optimising IVF success at Number 1 fertility with the wonderful Kelli Sorbi and Dr Lynn Burmeister. Watch the replay here to learn all about key ways to optimise egg health to improve chances of a healthy pregnancy and a healthy...

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Savoury Breakfast Muffins

I make up big batches of these and store in the freezer.  Pop one out the evening prior and you've got breakfast on the go!  I also mix up the vegetables depending on what I have on hand.  These are my go to's but I have also used a mixture of spinach, kale and red...

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My Nourishing Chia Pudding

I love making this up the night before and having a nourishing breakie ready for an early start and a big day ahead Ingredients 3 tbsp Chia seeds 1 cup coconut milk (I love the creaminess of coconut milk but you can use almond milk or any other milk alternative you...

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