This survey is for women who have (now) or had fertility problems (in the past) – your views are important because we need YOUR input to help us to develop a program for women who have problems with fertility.

Do you have or have you had fertility problems? If so, we would love to hear from you. Your views will really help with our research.

In this research we are trying to learn more about:

  • Patterns of physical activity and sitting time;
  • Likes and dislikes in relation to physical activity; and
  • Things that make physical activity difficult or easy, in women who are seeking help for fertility problems.

To do this, we are conducting an online survey study with questions about your reproductive health, your wellbeing, your lifestyle behaviours and your general health and lifestyle. If you choose to participate, you can access the survey online. Your participation in this study could help women who are seeking help for fertility problems in the future.

What is involved?

  • An anonymous online survey (completely private and confidential), that will take around 20 minutes to complete.
  • Participation is voluntary.
  • There are no risks associated with doing this survey. You are free to stop at any time, even if the survey is not completed.

This survey was developed by researchers from The University of Queensland, in conjunction with researchers and clinicians from the Royal Brisbane Women’s Hospital. Any information you provide will be used in an anonymous, summary form only. All data will be stored securely on a server within The University of Queensland computer network.


  • Women aged 18 years or older who have or have had fertility problems (e.g. not able to get pregnant for at least a year)


Complete the survey

If you would like more information, please contact:

Dr Gabriela Mena
PhD Candidate

This study has been reviewed and approved by the Royal Brisbane & Women’s Hospital Human Research Ethics Committee [EC00172]

This study has been approved by The University of Queensland Human Research Ethics Committee [Approval No. 201900277]