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Sometimes reproductive matters can have you thinking OMFG! Luckily, a little extra knowledge can ease your concerns, help you manage your condition better and optimise your chances of having a baby.

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Should I get the flu shot while pregnant?

Find out which vaccines you should receive and which you should avoid during pregnancy.

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Understanding miscarriage

Miscarriage is common, but most women who miscarry will have a healthy pregnancy in the future.

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Pregnancy weight gain: is there a right amount and why does it matter?

Pregnancy weight gain is normal and healthy but 75% of women don’t gain a healthy amount of weight.

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Food safety during pregnancy

A safe and healthy diet during pregnancy is vital to ensure the normal development of your baby.

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Morning sickness during pregnancy

Tips to help manage nausea and vomiting during pregnancy and advice on when to seek medical help.

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How to prepare for pregnancy

Being proactive about preconception care can improve your chances of becoming pregnant.

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10 lifestyle changes to increase your chances of getting pregnant

Some lifestyle factors can have a dramatic impact on fertility.

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What are my chances of having a baby through IVF?

Find out what happens in an IVF treatment cycle and what the success rates are in Australia.

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Down syndrome

It's possible to detect whether your baby might be at high risk of having Down syndrome.

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Ultrasounds

Regular ultrasound scans throughout pregnancy are crucial for checking that your baby is developing well.

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Routine prenatal tests

There are a number of routine prenatal tests that I recommend having at the beginning of the pregnancy.

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Tips on exercise during pregnancy

Learn about the benefits of exercise during pregnancy.

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A healthy pregnancy diet – which foods to eat and avoid

A good diet during pregnancy is important to keep you and your baby healthy. Read these tips on which foods

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