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Age and Fertility 
A woman's age is the most important factor affecting her fertility and her chance of having a baby.
The chance of having a child is much higher for women younger than 35 years and men younger than 40 years than for older women and men. 
To make an appointment to discuss your fertility concerns call 9778 0052 or book online at 
Trying to conceive? 
To optimise women's fertility,  taking better care of their bodies is a good first step. But what else can women do to improve their odds of having a baby? 
The most importantly advice for a woman who wants to get pregnant is to get to know her body, specifically her menstrual cycle.
For more information visit
If you wish to make an appointment to discuss fertility please call us on 9778 0052 or book online at 
Happy Friday! Appointments available next week. Ring us on 9778 0052 or book online at 
What a gorgeous little treasure rocking a pink tutu!  Hard to believe she is one of our first babies. They grow up way too fast!
Today is RU ok? Day. Suicide is the number one cause of death for Australians aged between 15 and 44, with around eight people a day taking their own lives. 
Be observant in your circle of friends and colleagues and if you think someone might have a problem, ask the question R U Ok?
They may not wish to talk about it if they do have an issue and that's ok as well. The fact that you have asked may spur them on to seek professional help elsewhere. 
Be breast aware to beat breast cancer. From your 20's onwards,  it's important to know how your breaststroke normally look and feel,  so that if you see or feel a change that's not normal for you, you can see a doctor about it as early as possible. If you have any concerns about your breasts, call 9778 0052 to make an appointment or book online at 
What a fabulous weekend of learning Harriette had at The Australian Breastfeeding Association's 50th Anniversary Conference. Further research outcomes that support the importance of breastmilk in supporting babies' gut health.
Heart health checks
Heart disease can be a silent killer. Even if you look or feel healthy,  you may still be developing heart disease on the inside. Visit 
We need to remind ourselves of this every day.
Currently,  one in three women who've had a baby, and up to 10% of women who haven't,  have bladder incontinence (leakage). Learn more on incontinence and the management options available by making an appointment today. Ring us on 9778 0052 or book online at 
So true!
Appointment available today at 2pm for a FREE pap smear/breast check! Call us on 9778 0052.