Australian TV host Sonia Kruger says she is "thrilled to bits" to be pregnant at 48 years of age.
A looming legal deadline may spell the death of some people's only chance of having children.
An egg-freezing party? Is it like a Tupperware party, only instead of talking about the most efficient way to store food, they talk about fertility?
Rules around the financial side of surrogacy need an urgent review, advisory committee says.
The truth is, there are a lot of baby Gammys abandoned by parents who paid for perfection.
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Kate Hegarty was told her period pain was normal. But it wasn't. It was endometriosis.
Does women's fertility 'drop off a cliff' at 35? What are the risks related to delaying pregnancy?
Last week we lost our baby. This embryo was the closest we have ever come to being pregnant.
Claire Moulds takes a look at the panic-mongering around women aged 35-plus who have not yet had children.
For my husband's birthday last year I gave him a sizeable cyst on my left ovary.
When medical issues meant Julia and Lee Newton couldn't have another child, a friend made them an incredible offer.
A surprising number of women who need IVF to get pregnant with their first child fall pregnant again without treatment within two years.
A US court has given a dad an unusual punishment after he fled the scene of a crash with his son - but is it taking things too far?
For couples struggling with infertility, there are few lifestyle changes men can make to improve the size and shape of their sperm.
Although Katie Elfar's husband was no longer with her, she says that having a baby using his frozen sperm was the best decision she ever made.
Kate Friedlander's life has been transformed by her breast cancer - but in a way she never expected.
A 46-year-old has become the oldest woman to have a baby through IVF using her own fresh biological eggs.
Scheme aims to increase contraception, but men should be sure their "family is complete" before signing up.
A woman has been granted custody of frozen embryos, despite her ex-boyfriend saying he's changed his mind and doesn't want a baby.
Is it best to start a family when you're young and still full of fun, or when you're older and more financially secure?
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