To make a baby you need to have sex. But it’s not straight forward. Research is now showing that the life you lead affects your ability to conceive and the life-long health of your baby.
There are those wanting to have sex without risking pregnancy, and those who are struggling to enjoy sex. It is a complicated topic.
Come along to the 4th Making Babies event to learn about the latest research findings from leading sexual health experts in a variety of areas – moderated by Dr Paul Willis, Director of RiAus.
- Professor Gary Wittert – Men’s metabolic and sexual health
- Professor Sarah Robertson – Egg and sperm: harbingers of parental history
- Associate Professor Darryl Russell – The hunt for new contraceptive targets
- Professor Vivienne Moore – What we know about cognitive and learning abilities of children conceived by ART
- Dr Christopher Fox – Why people do not want to have sex, yet want babies?
- Dr Helen Calabretto – SHine SA Services
Sunday 13 November
3:30pm – 5:30pm
SAHMRI Auditorium, North Terrace Adelaide
(Australasian Sexual Health Conference commences the following day)
Free public forum – parking will be limited, please consider options
Registrations essential as places are limited!