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It’s Fertility Week!

Fertility Week (15-21 October) is a good time to think about improving your chances of having a baby.

This year Fertility Week fights chemicals in the home that may reduce your chances of becoming pregnant and having a healthy baby.

A particular group of chemicals called endocrine disrupting chemicals (EDCs) can reduce sperm and egg quality and the chance of becoming pregnant. These chemicals can be found in products we use every day around the house.

See the Fertility Week webpage and other important fertility information from Your Fertility to find out more about how you can reduce your exposure to EDCs and increase your chances of pregnancy.

Your Fertility is brought to you by the Fertility Coalition: the Victorian Assisted Reproductive Treatment Authority (VARTA), Andrology Australia, Jean Hailes Research Unit and The Robinson Research Institute.

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