Victoria Lambert The experimental treatments that today’s fertility scientists keep coming up with are astonishing.
Going through early menopause is no longer a barrier to having a baby. Victoria Lambert looks at the new frontiers of reproduction.
Julie Robotham THE federal government has begun an investigation into the safety of a class of fertility drugs after overseas research showed the hormones - derived from pregnant or menopausal women's urine - could...
Rene Lynch 'There are more feet,' the doctor told Kim Fugate after she had already given birth to Kenleigh, Kristen and Kayleigh.
Katherine Feeney Why are we less in love with the idea of older women loving younger men?
Sarah Berry Men have biological clocks too, it turns out. But because we live in a society obsessed with male virility, it is a taboo topic.
Male fertility test
Victoria Lambert The new DIY male fertility test will mark a shift in the way we talk about a growing problem for men.
Katherine Feeney A new year, a new you - but where do you draw the line? And should we judge the choices of others?
M.J. Angel Choosing the right contraception method for many women can feel like playing hormonal Russian roulette. Contraception isn't a one-size-fits-all solution.
Cassy Small Amid talk of 'leaning in' and 'having it all' stands the indisputable fact that there is a finite period of time in which women can reproduce.
Fact v fiction
Dr Deborah Bateson How contraception affects fertility, weight and your risk of cancer.
'I loved pregnancy - but I never want to be a mum': prolific surrogate mother retires after 10 babies
What sort of woman offers to be a surrogate for a childless couple? An incredibly altruistic one, of course.
Sandy Smith Children of older mothers get a better start in life, study finds.
Emma Cook How a third baby at 45 made Emma Cook and her husband feel "half dead" - but no less bemused than when their first child arrived, ten years before.
Julia Llewellyn Smith Recently, at a party, I found myself talking to 'Alice', a woman who seemed very like me.
Jenna Clarke The members of "Generation Jones" are retiring from their Yuppie ways and have adopted a Gordon Gekko style of grandparenting.
For years Nikki Marshall had to plan her life around sudden bouts of crippling pain.
Sarah Berry It happens to one in four mothers but they rarely reveal their pain.
Dr Deborah Bateson Yes. But not only for contraception. The Pill provides a host of other health benefits to women at this stage of life, writes Dr Deborah Bateson.
Sarah Berry Grace* 31, was 18 when she had her first abortion. Since then, she has had five.