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Statistics today show, 1 in 6 Australian couples of reproductive age suffer with infertility.
Infertility is a health condition in which conception has been unsuccessful for a period of 12 months or more.

Infertility is a serious public health problem which often lead to stress, anxiety and depression.

At This Year's Health and Wellness Week For Women 2017 the newLife centre for Women are proud to present

The Facts About Fertility

Come join us in this special evening talk about The Facts About Fertility with one of Australia's leading IVF specialist expert, Dr Manny Mangat from IVF Australia

‘Because reproduction is not nearly as straightforward as many of us think.’

You might have spent years focusing on contraception – without giving a thought to conception.
With 1 in 6 couples needing assistance, reproduction is not nearly as straightforward as many of us think.

This presentation will help you to understand more about your pregnancy potential, either now or in the future.
Get the facts about sex and your fertility; what influences your chances of falling pregnant; the treatment options available; and preserving your fertility if now is not the time.

When: Thursday 23rd of February
Time:
6pm – 7pm
Where: newLife centre for Women
Suite 10/Lvl 8 The Dymocks Building – 428 George st Sydney

Limited spaces available.
Book now! 9223 1882


About:

 

Dr Manveen (Manny) Mangat
MBBS MMed FRANZCOG
IVF Specialist | Reproductive Endocrinology
Male and Female Fertility| Gynaecology
Laparoscopic Surgery
 Manny is a highly regarded fertility specialist with extensive gynaecological and surgical experience, specialising in advanced laparoscopic surgery. She has an affable personality and offers complete care for her patients from investigations to treatment options – individualised to consider each patient’s/couple’s unique circumstance.
Her practice encompasses treating women throughout their reproductive lives and individual journeys from preconception, gynaecologic and fertility issues, fertility preservation, as well as hormone replacement for premature ovarian insufficiency and menopause. Her other major areas of interest are in andrology and male factor infertility including microsurgical sperm retrieval.
After graduating with a Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery from Monash University in Melbourne, Manny went on to specialise in O&G training in Brisbane, Singapore and UK. She is a Fellow of the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (FRANZCOG), as well as one of the few accredited subspecialists in Australia with the prestigious CREI qualification (Certification in Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility). This involved 3 further years of subspecialist training in key areas including reproductive endocrinology, assisted conception and gynaecology, andrology, advanced laparoscopic surgery, as well as hormone replacement for oncology patients, premature ovarian insufficiency and menopause at centres of excellence including IVFAustralia, Royal North Shore, Westmead and Concord Hospitals.
Manny has recently graduated with a high distinction average from the Master of Medicine (Reproductive Health and Human Genetics) at The University of Sydney. Her past research interests included evaluation of microsurgical correction of varicoceles and sperm quality (including DNA fragmentation), to improve spontaneous conception as well as conception with IVF. Manny’s current research includes assessing Inhibin B levels and the success of sperm retrieval at microdissection for non-obstructive azoospermia. She has presented her work at national meetings and regularly lectures to GPs, medical students and the general public.
Manny provides gynaecological surgical treatment at North Shore Specialist Day Hospital, North Shore Private and Westmead Private. She consults at IVF Australia’s City, Burwood and Northshore clinics.