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Me = 34, DH = 34
TTC #1 for 2 years. OI: Sept '13: BFP (chem), Oct '13: BFN, Dec '13: BFN
Not knowing your situation (or your state of residence), just thought I'd let you know that the public system do have support for fertility specialists (to a point). I live in Brisbane and get a referral to the Mater Mothers to get into the fertility program (wait was 6 weeks), where they are quite thorough in determining the problem -- at least, they were more thorough than my private FS who just wanted to go straight to IVF.
I got a free HSG (referred to Ipswich, got in first cycle), and was going to get a free lap (after only 3 weeks waiting for very mild endo symptoms) from lovely lovely surgical staff at the Mater, but got my BFP on the HSG round so didn't need the lap. They are also running a clinical trial for progesterone supplementation, if they believe that would help. Fx for you!
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