Television producer Nick decided to donate sperm in 1996. Two decades and 16 offspring later, it's still in play.
- by Aisha Dow
Women anxious about their ticking clocks are being led to believe that a flawed test can predict their ability to have a baby.
- by Kate Aubusson
Recent studies, and many experts, suggest fertility tests are misleading women into making decisions based on scientifically unproven data.
- by Caroline Zielinski
A well-known obstetrician who allegedly worked alongside a notorious fake gynaecologist is being sued by more than a dozen former patients.
- by Tom Cowie & Adam Cooper
While this story has a sad beginning, it actually has a very happy middle, and an ending still to be written.
- by Alice Clarke
Nicola and Simon Newton's newborn son, Finley, who was born on Sunday, starts life in the midst of a Canberra baby boom.
- by Jasper Lindell
The doctor didn't ask my relationship status or my feelings about having children beyond, "Do you want kids?" Yes, hopefully, but ...
- by Melissa Singer
In one incident faulty incubators resulted in the destruction of many embryos, but patients were lied to about the real cause.
- by Aisha Dow & Noel Towell
The NSW government has moved to close a legislative loophole in a bid to allow children born through IVF to access details about their heritage.
- by Esther Han
Research has revealed the impact of long-term struggle with infertility on women.
- by Wendy Tuohy
Australia is set to get a new player in the fertility market, offering pay-as-you-go egg freezing to a new generation.
- by Aisha Dow