One in six couples will have difficulty achieving a pregnancy. But despite these growing numbers of people, difficulties we face when trying to conceive can leave us feeling extremely isolated. This is made worse because infertility is a taboo subject - as a society we have difficulty in dealing with these sad experiences. From dealing with the emotional roller coaster, the pressure of IVF treatment cycles, friends falling pregnant or the pain of shattered dreams, couples that go through infertility need to know that they're not alone. Welcome to AccessA. We can be an excellent resource for information, support and referrals. We seek to alleviate the pain and isolation of the one in six people in Australia with infertility by supporting them through their journey and making them aware of the medical and social options available to help them pursue their wish to have a child of their own.

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RT @AP: China's decision to allow married couples to have 2 children drives surge in demand for fertility treatment. https://t.co/qlox60WHXa RT @overingtonc: #4corners could not find one delighted couple, thrilled with their success on the IVF program? That is flat out bias. RT @overingtonc: @mtats just appalling. The lived experience of IVF parents totally ignored. #4corners RT @overingtonc: @SarahDingleABC @TheLyonsDen @4corners @leysie Does balance no longer count for anything? Not one IVF parent? Not one of 4… RT @overingtonc: @sparkle723 I ask only for balance of which there was none.
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