Fertility Services

Looking to start a family but not sure where to go? Dr Stephen Elgey and his team at Ava Fertility are passionate about helping couples fulfill their dreams of parenthood.

For some couples, getting pregnant isn’t simple. In reality, if you’ve been trying to get pregnant for 12 months (or 6 months if you’re over 35), it’s a good idea to seek some professional advice.

As a specialist with a background in genetics, Stephen has a thorough understanding of the latest treatments available to you, and will guide you through the options step by step. From identifying potential causes of fertility issues, to recommending an individual treatment program. We work with City Fertility Centre to give you the best chance of realising your dreams. Stephen is known for his honest and straightforward approach and will be there for you from your pre-fertility assessment to conception.

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LGBTQ+ individuals or couples have unique concerns related to fertility and assisted reproductive technologies, including access to sperm or egg donors and surrogacy. We are here to help and assist

Women are typically most fertile in their 20s and early 30s. As they age, their fertility declines, and the risk of infertility or pregnancy complications increases. This is a significant concern for many women who delay childbearing for career or personal reasons.

Conditions such as polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS), endometriosis, fibroids, and sexually transmitted infections (STIs) can affect fertility in women. In men, conditions like low sperm count or quality can impact fertility.

Lifestyle choices, such as smoking, excessive alcohol consumption, drug use, and poor diet, can negatively affect fertility in both men and women.

Being significantly overweight or underweight can disrupt hormonal balance and interfere with reproductive function in both sexes.

Chronic stress can affect hormone levels and interfere with fertility in both men and women. High-stress jobs and lifestyle factors can contribute to this concern.

Exposure to environmental toxins, such as pesticides, chemicals, and certain medications, may affect fertility.

Choose the Ava Fertility 5 Step Pathway

We have developed our 5 Step Pathway to fertility care that streamlines your experience and care

Step 1

See your GP for referrals. (if you have a partner to get one for them, so we can consult them!)

Step 2

Meet with us to discuss your concerns, assist you and offer advice

Step 3

We'll arrange necessary tests and investigations to help guide you

Step 4

Let's review and advise you on a suitable plan for your care

Step 5

You're on your way!

Get to know Dr Elgey

Have a listen to our podcast with Lola Berry where we discuss all things IVF

Hormone IUD




Bartholin’s Cyst




How What You Eat Can Impact Your Cycle


Understanding Male Infertility

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