It is our goal to help you have a baby quickly and safely. With an international foundation of excellent success rates, quality patient care and experienced fertility specialists – your are in the best possible hands to help you achieve your dream of having a family.

Our brand new clinic in Kuala Lumpur has the latest fertility technologies and was the first clinic in Malaysia to achieve internationally Regulated Accreditation. RTAC.

Dr Arasu Muthusamy

We believe that our patients can trust Fertility Associates care and by providing the RTAC accreditation we can prove our standards are at an international standard -just as they are in our New Zealand clinics

 

OUR HISTORY

Fertility Associates was founded in New Zealand 30 years ago and has since helped over 19,000 babies into the world. Now with a clinic in Malaysia, Fertility Associates brings international experience in providing you with the care and excellence you need to help you on your pathway to a baby.

Founded in 1987 by Dr Freddie Graham and Dr Richard Fisher, the doctors who introduced IVF to New Zealand, Fertility Associates is New Zealand’s leading provider of fertility diagnosis, support and treatment.

We’re committed to providing the very best fertility technology, expertise and care and with 19,000 babies born so far, we can help you on this very important journey towards having a baby.

SUCCESS RATES

Fertility Associates has excellent success rates – that are well above the American average, embryo for embryo

We compare our pregnancy rates with clinics in the USA, as they have some of the highest pregnancy rates internationally and clinic results are published with enough details to allow accurate comparison.

For example, at Fertility Associates a woman aged 35 years has a 40% chance of having a child per embryo, compared to an average of 33% for women in the same age group from the USA.

Our Malaysia Team

Dr Arasu Muthusamy
GYNAECOLOGY & FERTILITY SPECIALIST

Fertility Associates Malaysia is directed by Dr. Arasu Muthusamy, trained in Oxford UK and Australia. He brings a wealth of experience to the Malaysia based clinic.

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DR NORAZLIN ROSLI
GYNAECOLOGY & FERTILITY SPECIALIST

Dr Norazlin obtained her bachelor’s degree in Medicine and Surgery from the University of Glasgow in 2000. She continued on with her postgraduate studies from the Royal College of O&Gs, UK and went on to the National University Hospital of Singapore for her postgraduate in Assisted Reproductive Techniques. She practiced at several reputable state-owned hospitals in the UK and Brunei for more than 5 years before returning to Malaysia where she served in public practice as Consultant O&G in Hospital Sungai Buloh until she left for private practice.
Her interest is in mild stimulation IVF protocols and IVF in low resource setting. Dr Norazlin also holds sessions at Kasih Fertility Specialist Clinic, a CSR-based clinic model, where she finds fulfilment in treating couples facing sub-fertility.
Dr Norazlin’s calm and collected demure shades her zest for life and very much loves trampolining with her children.

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New Zealand Expertise

“We pride ourselves on providing the latest internationally proven fertility treatments
for our patients and are excited to bring world-class care to more families”

Our New Zealand Team

Dr Andrew Murray
Medical Director

a in the field of fertility, Andrew is known for his extensive fertility knowledge and caring approach. Andrew has a strong commitment to bringing world leading technology to his patients.

Dr Mary Birdsall
Chair of Fertility Associated, Fertility Specialst

Mary is chair of the Fertility Associated boardone of the most sought after fertility specialists within New Zealand. Mary is innovative, caring and has a breadth of experience across all aspects of fertility care.

Dr John Peek
General Manager; Quality Information and Science

Previously Scientific Director of New Zealand’s first IVF programme and then Fertility Associates, John oversees science, quality and information for all Fertility Associates clinics.

Dr Dean Morbeck
Scientific Director

Dean is the Scientific Director for Fertility Associates and is a Lecturer at the University of Auckland. Prior to joining Fertility Associates Dr. Morbeck spent 10 years at the Mayo Clinic.

Alex Price
CEO

Alex has a degree in Chemical Engineering, an MBA from IMD (Institute for Management Development) in Switzerland and a Graduation Certificate in Reproductive Medicine through the University of New South Wales.

Many Different Factors can affect fertility

Age, weight, general health and past medical conditions can all impact fertility. However many couples will experience unexplained infertility, which though difficult to comprehend, can have good outcomes with fertility treatments.

The sooner you understand your own chances, the sooner you can achieve a healthy baby.

Bio Clock

Age

The Biological Clock is the most important factor when having a baby. Young women without fertility problems have a about a 25% chance per month of having a baby naturally if they try at the right time of the month. This falls to about 12% at age 37 and 5% at 42.

Chance Per Month of
Having a Baby Naturally

25%

20-30 Years of Age

12%

37 Years of Age

5%

42 Years of Age

In Vitro Fertilisation (IVF)

Many caused of infertility can be successfully treated with IVF – male infertility, tubal damage, endometriosis, ovulation problems and unexplained infertility.

IVF treatment creates the optimal conditions required to give eggs and sperm the highest chance of getting togher to create a pregnancy.

  1. First, medication is taken to increase the number of eggs available – this is called ovary stimulation.
  2. Next, the eggs are removed, during a process called egg collection, and sperm is added to the eggs in the lab. Where fertilization takes place.
  3. When IVF includes having the sperm injected directly into the egg, it is called ICSI.
  4. The embryologist then selects the embryo, they consider has the best chances of a pregnancy, to be transferred into the uterus.
  5. Other good quality embryos can be frozen for another chance of pregnancy.

Because IVF typically makes 6-10 eggs available, younger women have a 40-50% chance of having a baby from a single treatment. This is double the chance of pregnancy that couples with normal fertility have per month.