MrsMac - yes it is very expensive and yes some of the tests you will be required to do through your fertility specialist. The AMH is not covered by medicare. I dont see why the doctors wont accept the one you have just done? Are there different labs that do this? Maybe someone else here knows?
Regarding multivitamins, Elavit is very expensive. You could just buy Blackmores folic acid with iodine and a seperate vitamin b supplement. The iodine needs b vitamins to be effective. Folic acid is the most imporatant one at this stage and the one all the doctors will be asking you to take. There are many others too. You will be required to do vitamin d testing and others but they should be bulk billed by your fs.
When we started ivf my gp made me do a heap of testing and my husband did a sperm analysis. Then when we went to see the fs she requested that I do all the tests again through their labs. I had already paid for them previously. Some I had to pay for again but many were bulk billed. She did say at the time that the lab they used for sperm analysis was more accurate then who my gp had used.My husband has paid for 3 sperm tests and they werent cheap.
Are you able to call your fs receptionist direct and explain your situation? They may be able to help you.
Regarding your tubes I know that my fs said to me before I went under for my hysteroscopy/laporoscopy that if my tubes were blocked or filled with bad fluid she was just going to remove them and that I would find out on waking up. I remember she said just to trust her on this one as it was the best thing to do. Luckily I had nothing wrong with them so nothing was removed. But what Im saying is you need to see your fs and they are the experts and will know what to do in order to move forward and help you have a baby. You will probably need to have a hysteroscopy/ laporoscopy.