The Assisted Reproductive Treatment Act 2008 (the Act) requires that a person must not bring donor gametes, or embryos produced from donor gametes, into Victoria, or take them from Victoria, except with the written approval of the Victorian Assisted Reproductive Treatment Authority (VARTA). In addition, section 36 of the Act requires that those gametes or embryos taken from Victoria be used in a manner consistent with a purpose for which they could be used in Victoria.
This form is for registered assisted reproductive treatment providers to submit to VARTA's Central Register, information about:
- the birth of a child born as a result of the donor treatment procedure
- a pregnancy that occurred as a result of the donor treatment procedure
- a donor tretament procedure where the outcome of that procedure is unknown.
This form is for medical practitioners conducting artificial insemination procedures using donated gametes to submit to VARTA's Central Register, information regarding:
- the birth of a child born as a result of the procedure
- a pregnancy that occurred as a result of the procedure
- each procedure performed.
The following brochures are available in hardcopy:
- Possible health effects of IVF
- Finding an egg donor
- Finding a surrogate
- Time to Tell
- Thinking of using donor sperm, eggs or embryos?
- Thinking of donating donor sperm, eggs or embryos?
- Donor Conception Register Services