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    Default IVF at the royal women's hospital Melbourne

    Hey, I'm about to start IVF with Melbourne IVF through the Royal Women's and I was wondering if anyone had done it through RWH? And can tell me what to expect?

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    Hi - I'm with MIVF & have had a few EPU's & ET's at RWH. Found it to be very similar to Epworth (without the nice waiting rooms) always received excellent care in every way. Only catch was my fs was not always available. Good luck

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rice View Post
    Hi - I'm with MIVF & have had a few EPU's & ET's at RWH. Found it to be very similar to Epworth (without the nice waiting rooms) always received excellent care in every way. Only catch was my fs was not always available. Good luck
    Thank you!

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    Hey, as Renee said the care there is great - I had my first EPU was done on Friday and transfer on Sunday but I was NOT HAPPY with the fact we paid good dollars and my doctor was not avaliable and I found the actual doctors from Melb IVF to make us feel rushed... Well the one Dr that we used anyway =(
    The hospital itself and the nurses were lovely

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    Quote Originally Posted by MARTTC View Post
    Hey, as Renee said the care there is great - I had my first EPU was done on Friday and transfer on Sunday but I was NOT HAPPY with the fact we paid good dollars and my doctor was not avaliable and I found the actual doctors from Melb IVF to make us feel rushed... Well the one Dr that we used anyway =(
    The hospital itself and the nurses were lovely
    Your FS works from the royal women's? I went to reproductive services there all my testing was free

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    Yeah he was from Melbourne IVF

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    What sort of tests have been free??

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    yes very public hospital

    but when you don't have private health insurance to cover the bed fee it is the way to go

    other fees where the same

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    Quote Originally Posted by MARTTC View Post
    What sort of tests have been free??
    We had two sa's full bloods for my cycle and dh's health and I had a hycosy! Horrible test but it was free! And we got all our answers


 

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