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    Quote Originally Posted by Kazza78 View Post
    In adelaide public ivf it is 3500 upfront and get about 1800 back that's the 1st round then cheaper for subsequent ones
    That is still really cheap. Less than half my clinic. If it was 3500 with 1800 back we could do it. An EPU with that would take it to just under 5k. But 10k is just outrageous.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlotchedTabby View Post
    .but a fs might be able to help?

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    Maybe doing monitored cycles might help, but I know I'm ovulating. I don't need a trigger, last month I actually felt it pop. We've had all the checks bar a lap, which is still 7 months away, and the u/s and HSG found nothing structurally wrong.

    Even my gyno said the next step would have to be IVF. He didn't think IUI would work.

    I read a very interesting article last night that a big study was done on unexplained infertility and it was found in 80% there was something wrong with the sperm, using an extra test that doesn't exist for normal SA's. If we fall into that 80% then IUI would make no difference.

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    I really hope you get your bfp soon Del...it must be so frustrating not having an answer as to why its taking so long.

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    I got my positive OPK yesterday and I've had a bit of a temp dip today but I don't think it's enough for an O dip?
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    If i needed ivf my ob will pay for some of the cost but thats probs only because when i give birth i go into the medical journal as an individual study. Hopefully I will not have to go through ivf

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    Quote Originally Posted by delirium View Post
    Maybe doing monitored cycles might help, but I know I'm ovulating. I don't need a trigger, last month I actually felt it pop. We've had all the checks bar a lap, which is still 7 months away, and the u/s and HSG found nothing structurally wrong.

    Even my gyno said the next step would have to be IVF. He didn't think IUI would work.

    I read a very interesting article last night that a big study was done on unexplained infertility and it was found in 80% there was something wrong with the sperm, using an extra test that doesn't exist for normal SA's. If we fall into that 80% then IUI would make no difference.
    I hope you get your bfp soon. I had a double uterus had major surgery to make my uteri into one uterus and I have a blood clotting disorders so I hope thats me sorted because it cost just 6k for the surgery. I had a girl at work who is 24 and they were trying for years then just before their ivf appt she got a bfp so fx for u

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    AF is here.
    -Shortest cycle yet @ 24 days.
    -Only 1 day of spotting pre-AF though, as opposed to 3 on all prior cycles.
    -Luteal Phase 13 days, has been 14 the last few cycles.
    -AF is more achey this cycle. I've not had any pain/cramps/twinges for months.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Calstar View Post
    AF is here.
    -Shortest cycle yet @ 24 days.
    -Only 1 day of spotting pre-AF though, as opposed to 3 on all prior cycles.
    -Luteal Phase 13 days, has been 14 the last few cycles.
    -AF is more achey this cycle. I've not had any pain/cramps/twinges for months.
    Sorry to hear calstar fingers crossed for August.

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    Had a dream that I took 2 hpts and of course they were neg. then in the afternoon they were very strong positives. Dp however had changed his mind on wanting kids :/

    Temp down below cover line again...

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    Looks like I oed yesterday and didn't catch my surge on the crap opks I have

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