It’s not surprising that IVF is often seen as a negative journey towards the ultimate positive, but having a glass-half-full approach can make a big difference to the experience.
Transparency, accountability and responsibilityare essential measures to protect IVF vulnerable patients.
Two beautiful images have perfectly captured the one couple's journey of IVF, the heartbreak of five miscarriages and the joy of a rainbow baby.
When expectant parents Lauren and Garyt Walker were ready to announce the news they were having twins, they also wanted to share how difficult the journey had been in a visual way.
Twenty-six couples are waiting to find out if the sperm used to fertilise their eggs at a reproductive technology clinic might have come from the wrong men.
A decision in the UK to allow three-parent embryo experiments to go ahead is raising concerns over moral issues.
The story is just one of the many random acts of kindness and charity being reported after the singer's death.
A legal saga took an extraordinary turn as it emerged that the actress is now being sued by her frozen embryos.
A US woman who fell pregnant to her husband six months after his death has given birth to a beautiful baby girl.
Couples desperate to have a baby should not rely on success rates alone to help them choose an IVF clinic.
Clinics provide IVF success rates in often confusing ways because there is no agreed format on how this information should be presented.
Some of Australia's leading IVF clinics have been caught advertising false and misleading information about their success rates in what the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission has described as a "race to the bottom" targeting vulnerable people.
Fertility clinics are selling unproven and expensive treatments to desperate couples, as the number of women seeking IVF treatment continues to rise.