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Dr Terry Sheahan has worked with prominent I.V.F. units in Australia, following experience with St Bartholomew’s I.V.F. unit in London. He is a graduate at the University of Queensland and has had postgraduate experience at the Princess Alexandra and Mater Hospitals and has held the post of Clinical Senior Lecturer at the University of Queensland. He currently examines for the University of Queensland.
Dr Sheahan believes in assessing the infertile couple as a pair. He strives to provide emotional and practical support to patients undergoing fertility treatments.
Dr Sheahan provides an extensive range of fertility treatments including intrauterine insemination (IUI), in vitro fertilization (IVF), pre-implantation genetic diagnosis (PGD), testicular sperm aspiration (TESA) and donor egg, donor embryo, donor sperm cycles. We welcome same sex couples and single parents and surrogate patients are welcomed.
Dr Sheahan is a regular attendee at National and International Conferences. He has taken the forefront of the most up to date surgical techniques and management of fertility and gynaecological conditions. He has a special interest in advanced laparoscopic surgery and offers treatment of endometriosis. He offers sub-urethral sling procedures for incontinence and prolapse surgery.
Surrogacy became lawful from June 1st 2010. Surrogacy occurs when a woman (the birth mother) agrees to become pregnant with a child for another person or couple (the intended parents). This means that altruistic (non commercial) surrogacy is lawful subject to certain conditions imposed in the courts. These include counseling and obtaining independent legal advice and a court order called a parentage order.