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  • Q&A with Australian Health Practitioners

    Is it possible to have IVF in menopause?

    No prior children but tried IVF (once only) years ago.
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    Dr David Moore

    Gynaecologist, Gynaecologist - Infertility (IVF) Specialist, Obstetrician

    David received a solid foundation to training in tertiary obstetric units and has developed skills in the management of complex and high-risk pregnancies and deliveries. … View Profile

    Essentially, menopause occurs when the ovaries are deplete of oocytes (“eggs”) and become unresponsive to hormones, including from IVF.
    Although it may still be possible to carry a pregnancy, this would only be achievable with donor eggs/embryos.
    The success of such techniques depends on the age of the donor, as well as your general medical health.

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