Welcome to Fertility PLUS
Fertility PLUS provides a comprehensive range of fertility investigations and treatment. We were New Zealand’s first established IVF clinic and have been at the forefront of fertility treatment for more than 25 years. Fertility PLUS has helped thousands of couples fulfil their hopes of starting a family.
Our services are integrated with the general gynaecology, maternity and medical services at National Women’s Health, ensuring that we can support all aspects of your fertility treatment and ongoing care. We are proud of our IVF success rate, which has consistently put us in the top quartile for clinics in Australia and New Zealand. Our academic record includes numerous publications and research projects assessing and developing new treatments.
Fertility PLUS provides both publicly funded and private fertility treatment. If you are not eligible for funded treatment, you can access private fertility treatment with us. See eligibility criteria for publicly funded treatment.
Our experienced team of doctors, nurses, scientists and counsellors will assist you in every way possible to ensure you have a positive experience under our care.
Zika Virus Warning: We recommend that any woman trying to conceive, and any pregnant women, avoid travel; to some Pacific islands and other countries. For further information: https://www.safetravel.govt.nz/news/zika-virus
People returning from Zika-virus prone areas should not donate eggs or sperm for 28 days.
Frozen sperm, eggs and embryos stored at Fertility Plus for 10 years or more - Please read this important information.
Fertility PLUS supported the FNZ- Fertility New Zealand- Fertility Week- “Be Fertility Fit” during April 2014 and the "Usual Suspect" campaign in 2015.
Fertility Fitness advice:
There is growing evidence of the impact of lifestyle factors on both female and male fertility.
For men and women:
- Avoid smoking
- Avoid alcohol- consume only 1-2 units per week and none during fertility treatment cycles
- Avoid excess caffeine- more than one strong coffee per day is probably too much
- Attain a healthy weight- BMI 19 to 25 ideally, but certainly below 32
- Undertake sensible levels of exercise
- Avoid recreational drugs
- Eat a healthly balanced diet
- Find a way of best managing any stresses in your life
- If possible do not “delay” trying to achieve a pregnancy- the age of the woman is particularly important .
For women hoping to become pregnant, it is advisable to take folic acid and iodine supplements for 3 months before a pregnancy.
For more comprehensive fertility fitness advice and details of the Be Fertility Fit events:
Make an appointment
For a publicly funded appointment you will need a referral letter from your family doctor or gynaecologist, to assess your eligibility.
For a private appointment, you can contact our reception staff on 09 630 9810
Fertility Plus is located on the 5th floor of the Greenlane Clinical Centre.
We look forward to meeting you.