Fertility & IVF

Fertility & IVF


A/Professor Warren Chan is a leading Fertility & IVF Specialist who holds a Certificate in Reproductive Endocrinology & Infertility (CREI), the highest recognised qualification for Fertility Specialists in Australia. He understands that fertility challenges affect every aspect of your life and provides the full complement of fertility assessments and treatment options personalised to your needs.

Warren provides fertility services at several of Sydney’s largest IVF clinics, giving you the full range of treatment options in both the private and public sectors.

He is a Consultant Fertility & IVF Specialist at:

  • Monash IVF
  • Westmead Fertility Centre

Fully private options such as Monash IVF will ensure A/Professor Chan can offer the most personalised care. A full and comprehensive suite of advanced fertility services are available, allowing A/Professor Chan to offer world-class scientific and clinical care. A/Professor Chan is personally available to conduct your IVF cycle with procedures performed by fully qualified CREI Specialists.

Semi-private and public options such as Westmead Fertility Centre allows A/Professor Chan to assess and plan your IVF treatment. Monitoring and IVF procedures are primarily performed by A/Professor Chan’s team with A/Professor Chan being available for expert advice when required.

Natural Fertility


The creation of life from an egg and sperm into a beautiful healthy baby remains an amazing process.

A/Professor Chan will break down fertility into simple to understand steps and easy methods to time your fertile period to maximise your chance of natural conception.

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IVF & ICSI


IVF is an assisted conception technique which helps multiply your chances of pregnancy by the use of medications to stimulate your ovaries to create multiple follicles and retrieve multiple eggs over a short period of time instead of releasing only 1 egg per month.

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PGS & PGD


Pre-Implantation Genetic Diagnosis (PGD) & Pre-Implantation Genetic Screening (PGS)

A/Professor Chan is able to offer a full range of the latest advances in medical technology to help improve IVF success rates, decrease miscarriage rates and prevent transmission of genetic diseases to your offspring.

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Lifestyle Choices


The effect of lifestyle factors such as weight and smoking lead to significant adverse effects on fertility, for both natural conception and IVF success rates.

A/Professor Chan has presented findings of his study on a Fertility Fitness & Lifestyle program, which showed a 475% increase in having a baby if a couple participated in a lifestyle program leading to weight optimisation and a healthier lifestyle.

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Endometriosis


Endometriosis is a common condition that affects women of reproductive age. It occurs when endometrial cells (normally found in the endometrial cavity), seed and implant in the abdominal cavity.

It generally presents with 2 main kinds of symptoms.

  1. Pelvic Pain
  2. Infertility

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OI & IUI


Ovulation Induction (OI) & Intra-Uterine Insemination (IUI)

Ovulation induction is a fertility option used for women who are not ovulating regularly (commonly seen in women with PCOS). It aims to mimic natural fertility by producing one dominant follicle using a variety of medications, including Clomiphene Citrate, Metformin, Letrozole or FSH.

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Fibroids


Fibroids are benign growths within the muscle wall of the uterus (myometrium). They can cause gynaecological symptoms such as pelvic pain and heavy menstrual bleeding.

From a fertility perspective, fibroids which affect the endometrial cavity can reduce embryo implantation and increase miscarriage risk. If these types of fibroids are present, it may be worthwhile removing them prior to natural conception or IVF to help maximise success rates.

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Recurrent Miscarriage


For couples experiencing recurrent miscarriage (now defined as 2 or more miscarriages), it can be a stressful time. There are many causes of recurrent miscarriage and thorough investigations to exclude these is important.

A/Professor Chan will discuss testing both the female and male partner before recommending treatment options to reduce the chance of further miscarriage.

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PCOS


Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS)

PCOS is a common condition affecting women of reproductive age. It generally manifests with irregular periods signifying irregular ovulation. Combined with a mild increase in androgens (male hormones) and a characteristic appearance of the ovaries on ultrasound, there are several fertility treatment options available.

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Tubal Reversal


Even if you have had your “tubes tied” by tubal ligation previously, we understand circumstances can change. Although IVF can be an option (and may be a superior option, especially if there are other fertility factors), it does not let you conceive naturally.

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Fertility Preservation & Elective Egg Freezing


Fertility preservation techniques were initially developed for men and women prior to undergoing therapies for cancer treatment. Elective egg freezing has become very popular for women who would like to preserve their fertility to maximise their chance of pregnancy later in life.

If you would like more information, A/Professor Chan can discuss the latest and most appropriate options available to preserve your fertility and guide you through the process.

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Donor Eggs & Donor Sperm


Donor eggs and donor sperm allow a couple to enjoy the wonders of pregnancy and give birth to a healthy baby in situations where you are not able to use your own eggs or sperm.

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Surrogacy


Surrogacy is required where a woman’s uterus cannot safely carry a pregnancy for a variety of reasons.

If you and your partner require more information regarding surrogacy, please contact A/Professor Chan so he can discuss the medical, legal and counselling requirements for you to proceed with your dream of having a baby.

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Male Infertility


Believe it or not, the male partner is important when trying to fall pregnant. A male factor contributes up to 40% of all couples having difficulty conceiving.

Fortunately, most male factor issues can usually be overcome with assisted conception. A/Professor Chan will discuss with you a range of options available to help you achieve a pregnancy.

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