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    I have been with myivf for about 2 months now and finally starting injections next week, a little anxious but more excited. Sue has been very helpful and Therise in reception is also very lovley to deal with . Hope we get lots of fertilised eggs the first time!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bubsboobs View Post
    I have been with myivf for about 2 months now and finally starting injections next week, a little anxious but more excited. Sue has been very helpful and Therise in reception is also very lovley to deal with . Hope we get lots of fertilised eggs the first time!
    Good luck!
    I've just finished my 2nd cycle with them, and my best cycle to date! Had to do a freeze all cycle as I developed OHSS, but they were very quick to pick it up, changed my trigger & I avoided being very sick thanks to that.

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    Can i just ask if any of you ladies ended up with BFP using my ivf? i have done 2 natural ivfs and one FET with them all failed. first ivf, was nearly canceled because i wasnt responding to meds, i got 4 eggs and none fetilised. 2nd ivf, increased all my meds and did it with icsi, i got 6 eggs, 1 transfer and 5 frozen. i got my period 6dp5dt - was only on crinone once a day. i did my first FET Jan 20th, and increased progesterone this cycle, only to again start spotting since 4dp4dt.

    Sue and Dr Chenoweth are great.

    what i didnt like with my FET was that it wasnt DR C who did my transfer, it was a lady doctor that i have never met before and she was anything but gentle. i really didnt like the change in dr without warning.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2cute4u85 View Post
    Can i just ask if any of you ladies ended up with BFP using my ivf? i have done 2 natural ivfs and one FET with them all failed. first ivf, was nearly canceled because i wasnt responding to meds, i got 4 eggs and none fetilised. 2nd ivf, increased all my meds and did it with icsi, i got 6 eggs, 1 transfer and 5 frozen. i got my period 6dp5dt - was only on crinone once a day. i did my first FET Jan 20th, and increased progesterone this cycle, only to again start spotting since 4dp4dt.

    Sue and Dr Chenoweth are great.

    what i didnt like with my FET was that it wasnt DR C who did my transfer, it was a lady doctor that i have never met before and she was anything but gentle. i really didnt like the change in dr without warning.
    I've just done my first FET with them (20th Jan also! waiting on BT results as we speak). Have done 2 rounds ivf with them (and 2 prior with another clinic), 1 BFN 1 freeze all due to OHSS. I had the lady Dr do my transfer also, but mine went really smoothly. POAS yesterday and a great looking BFP ☺️

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    @2cute4u85.

    I'm currently pregnant (7 months, not long now!) from a fresh embryo transfer undertaken with MyIVF. It was, luckily, our first full cycle. (Our first cycle was cancelled part way through due to a lack of response to the meds).

    We achieved 9 eggs, 4 fertilised, 3 developed properly. (So we've got 2 embrisiciles). We had to have ICSI. We also had Dr Purser undertake the transfer, rather than Dr Chenoweth. However, Dr Chenoweth told us that Dr Purser would be performing the transfer.

    Good luck to you all and lots of baby dust.

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    The last time we had transfer there was a new doctor we'd never met, she didn't even attempt introduce herself like Dr Purser did when we first met her. This new lady just got amongst my business, did the transfer and then stood there looking at me to hurry up and get off the table, no good luck, no nothing.
    We came from Dr Chenoweth's private clinic before starting with MyIVF so I think we expect a higher standard than what we have received at Northlakes.
    We're not keen to return after this failed attempt, everything is too disorganized and it's never a calm environment.

    Good luck to you all x

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    Had my first appointment (information) this morning. Scared and excited all at the same time. They certainly do not waste time and had the scripts etc all ready for the initial tests and the clinic is in a pleasant location. We will have a bit of travel involved as we live in Toowoomba but the cost effectiveness as opposed to QFG is huge. Having private health insurance that covers ivf will be very helpful. After having a m/c last year after falling naturally and being 40 very soon I don't want to waste any more time. Reading your posts about self injecting makes me feel better as I have a fear of needles but as they say "suck it up" as the prize at the end will be worth it. Good luck everyone ☺

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    Can't believe I missed all the action on this thread since choosing MYIVF in November. I too had a fresh embryo transfer on Jan 20! But unfortunately it resulted in a BFN. I had the lady doctor for egg pick up and ET and found her lovely and informative. I also found the EPU great. It was a bit painful and very uncomfortable however I loved being involved, talked through and watching the process and I am also a bad responder to GA, so recovery was great. I can't fault the clinic much for the price difference. If you want the same doctor, you have to pay for it elsewhere. And that was explained to me at initial appt. But that's okay with me as I've heard great things about Dr C and the lady doc that I had, I found her lovely (as stated already lol). I also find Sue and Therese lovely. They recognise me and are gentle with my emotions. The only negative I can say is that I hate going on the pill between cycles, but I understand this is to line up with their treatment plans. I also liked how each specialist came out to me and explained their role (ie the embryologist). The other thing that was annoying but I think it's medicares fault and not MYIVF was the change in safety net so we are only getting back apparently 800 from the $4500. We only have one frozen embie so im praying this works. I have a transfer date for approximately March 10. If anyone would like to cycle with me, I'm in a group with some lovely ladies. I think it's called IVF/FET FEB/MARCH.

    I'll check, all the best guys x
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    Sorry it's IVF/FET March 2015

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    Quote Originally Posted by NK275 View Post
    Had my first appointment (information) this morning. Scared and excited all at the same time. They certainly do not waste time and had the scripts etc all ready for the initial tests and the clinic is in a pleasant location. We will have a bit of travel involved as we live in Toowoomba but the cost effectiveness as opposed to QFG is huge. Having private health insurance that covers ivf will be very helpful. After having a m/c last year after falling naturally and being 40 very soon I don't want to waste any more time. Reading your posts about self injecting makes me feel better as I have a fear of needles but as they say "suck it up" as the prize at the end will be worth it. Good luck everyone ☺
    I travel from Toowoomba as well, but my appointments have always been on time, and I even had a skype interview with Dr C the 2nd round so I didn't have to travel down until my scan. The pharmacy delivers all the meds to you no problem. We were with QFG first, did 2 unsuccessful rounds with them, then went to myivf for cost also. First round with them was bfn, but had more eggs & used less stimm drugs then QFG. Developed OHSS on my 2nd round, so freeze all, more eggs again & great quality. Am currently 5weeks 2 days pregnant after FET in January. I'm just 42, so time isn't on my side either. I think they are great, and would recommend to anyone. Best of luck with your cycle ☺️


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