Rainbow Fertility now has a healthy bank of donor sperm available for patients

Rainbow fertility, donor sperm available, colourful baby

One of the first things an individual, or couple, undergoing fertility treatment, who may require donor sperm, will need to do is select a sperm donor, whether that be from a “known-donor” (personally know and have an existing relationship with

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Partner IVF: a step-by-step-guide to getting started

Lesbian couple, partner IVF

A frequent concern that lesbian couples have when trying to conceive through IVF is that the other partner can feel excluded both physically and biologically. This is where Partner IVF comes in. Why partner IVF? Partner IVF is a type

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Easier access to Assisted Reproductive Treatment (ART) for all Victorians

Vic ART legislation

As of 8th July 2020, Victorians undergoing Assisted Reproductive Treatment (ART) are no longer required to obtain and complete police and child protection order checks before accessing treatment. This change takes place with immediate effect. This welcome change allows for

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Australia’s first dedicated LGBTQIA+ fertility and IVF service provider

Rainbow Fertility is the first and only dedicated fertility service provider in Australia to cater exclusively for the LGBTQIA+ community. An initiative of City Fertility, one of Australia’s largest privately-owned fertility and IVF providers, Rainbow Fertility offer years of extensive experience

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Budget-lover IVF payment plans available

IVF payment plans

At Rainbow Fertility we understand that when you are planning to build your family, it can be extremely stressful, and the last thing you need is to be worrying about how to fund assisted reproductive services like IVF. For most

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Important announcement for all Victorian patients

Victorian Government, LGBTI, remove police and child protection checks

Rainbow Fertility is extremely excited about the recent bill passed on 4th June by the Victorian Government, to remove the requirement for couples and individuals undergoing Assisted Reproductive Treatment (ART) to carry out police and child protection order checks before

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Welcoming Dr Natasha Andreadis to our Sydney CBD clinic

Dr Natasha Andreadis fertility specialist Sydney cbd, lgbti

If you are looking for a fertility specialist that is experienced, highly skilled and handles all aspects of LGBTI assisted conception options, then you need look no further than Rainbow Fertility Sydney CBD’s latest talented specialist to join the team: 

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WE ARE HERE FOR YOU: No question too big or too small

Rainbow Fertility, Telehealth

In these unprecedented times, we want to reassure you that Rainbow Fertility continues to provide treatment to patients unaffected by the Coronavirus (COVID-19). This is in line with the Fertility Society of Australia’s recommendation (19 March 2020) which states: “For

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Coronavirus (COVID-19) precautions

Coronavirus, COVID-19

  We would like to reassure you that Rainbow Fertility continues to provide treatment to unaffected patients. We are closely monitoring the current situation and guidelines provided by the Australian Government – Department of Health. The safety of our patients

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Victorian government to remove police checks for ART services

Victorian government, police checks, ART services

Rainbow Fertility applauds the new reforms/legislation that remove the need for Victorians to undergo police and child protection order checks before undergoing Assisted Reproductive Technology (ART) services in Victoria. Mr Adnan Catakovic, CEO, City Fertility, sister-clinic of Rainbow Fertility, said

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