If you are you one of the 1 in 6 Australian couples having difficulty conceiving a baby or are seeking a highly experienced infertility specialist or Reproductive Endocrinologist, Dr David Greening can help.

Dr Greening works with couples to discover the cause of their infertility and devise a course of action to help achieve a healthy pregnancy.

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For some couples, infertility may be due to Reproductive Endocrine Disorders.
As an experienced Reproductive Endocrinologist in Wollongong, Dr Greening is well placed to help.


What is Reproductive Endocrinology?

Reproductive Endocrinology is a sub-specialty of Obstetrics and Gynaecology.

A Reproductive Endocrinologist is a fertility specialist that specialises in working with and treating patients with reproductive endocrine disorders and infertility.

What conditions does a Reproductive Endocrinologist treat?

A Reproductive Endocrinologist assesses and treats a range of male and female reproductive disorders. These might include:

Polycystic ovarian syndrome 


Thyroid conditions


There are a range of different treatment options available for these conditions. This may sometimes include laparoscopic surgery.

You can find out more about laparoscopic or ‘keyhole’ surgery hereDr Greening operates for conditions like Endometriosis, Fibroids, Tubal and Vasectomy reversal microsurgery and more.


Where does infertility fit in?

Often, reproductive endocrine problems can lead to infertility. Dr Greening takes a personalised and tailored approach to working directly with couples to discover the cause of their infertility. He can then devise the best course of action to help achieve a healthy pregnancy.

You can find out more about infertility here

What about IVF?

IVF may be the recommended course of treatment for fertility challenges. There are however, many options that may be explored alongside and in some cases, instead of, IVF. Once a thorough and detailed case history is taken, the best course of action can be devised.


My Doctor has recommended I try follicular tracking. What does this involve?

If you are looking for help to conceive naturally, a good initial step is to try ovulation cycle tracking, also known as follicular tracking. Ovulation tracking is a simple process that can help you identify which days you’re most fertile in your menstrual cycle.  We have a fertility nurse at the clinic to help you with the process.

You can find out more about ovulation tracking here

If you’ve got a specific reproductive endocrinology concern, or would like to know more about Dr David Greening’s approach to infertility and IVF, please contact Dr Greening and his staff directly on (02) 4271 3900