MrsMac - I have Medibank Private which have been fine. Having said that, when I did the Harmony Test ( non invasive pregnancy testing) they wouldn’t cover me. Apparently some Health funds do.
I think it’s really important now than ever that you see someone who is specialised and has a good reputation in fertility. These low cost clinics seem to be only good for those who have no real issues.
Mammalinz Regarding your question about supplements, I have copied and pasted something I wrote in answer to the same question in august last year. This was what I did in my last cycle when I got my BFP:
"I upped inositol to 2000mg twice aday. i have been taking l'arginine as well since around march/april but not religously so made sure I took 1000 mg twice daily. I've been taking cq10 for a while too but upped it to 600 mg for the last 2 cycles. I bought the version the body absorbs better online called ubiquinol. It's pretty expensive but its all a drop in the ocean at this stage in the game.
I upped my vitamin e to 1500 iu a day because my girlfriend, 42 yrs old, got her bfp recently. She really believes vitamin e helped her lining. My vitamin d always comes back deficient even though I take ostellin so I am taking 2 every other day. I made sure my husband was taking the same vitamins as me. He did stop smoking so don't know if this helped too. I also made him eat heaps of goji berries."