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    Trying to talk to dh about improving his sperm quality if like banging my head against the wall, when I try to talk to him about it he gets angry but if I didn't say anything he wouldn't do anything about it.


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    Quote Originally Posted by CinderElla88 View Post
    Really 850 for HCC holders?!!! I'm a pensioner so I would really like some money off.


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    http://thefertilitycentre.com.au/liverpool/IVF-costs

    I think there is 150 for the initial consult to decide to go IUI/IVF/ICSI so a grand. But is that unbelievable? Even driving back and forth plus the u/s and monitoring which I think will amount to about 500 is still doable!!

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    That's awesome, Liverpool is mildly closer to is than westmead


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    That's the place i've been eyeing off!! - closer to the canberra side of sydney too. I found a thread on it (but the brisbane branch) read something like 90 pages one night.

    The big differences appear to be no set specialist, you get who ever is scheduled on with most of the work done by the nurses, egg pick up is with a mild pain killer only (not sedated) (mixed reports about pain factor for this); and they don't do things like donor sperm/ eggs. Seems they do relatively straight forward protocols only with minimum dosage to get a few good quality eggs rather than quantity. I'll try find the link for you. Let me know how you go if you speak to them.

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    thread here: http://www.bubhub.com.au/community/f...tre+springwood looks like there is a thread on liverpool started up too
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    I read how EPU can be done without sedation... oh dear I really think I need more than panadeine for them to shove a huge needle into each ovary?

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    someone seemed to be recommending endone plus gas as a winning combo that they would also use (I think the costs of an anesthetist and day surgery add a huge cost to IVF so eliminating it helps keep costs down) - for the price difference i'd consider it though.

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    WFC does sedation instead of anaesthetic for EPU, cheaper and much less sick afterwards so I prefer it :-)

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    how much does it hurt? honestly? lol and are you completely out of it or aware of what is happening?

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    I felt nothing at all during procedure, I only have a feint recollection of hearing voices/talking. Afterwards only had period pain for 2 days and that was with a big haul of 18 eggs. Was much better than I expected. I get really sick on anaesthetic so sedation was a breeze


 

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