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    Default Traveling interstate

    Has anyone travelled interstate to have iui with donor sperm unknown to me?

    I would love to hear thoughts, good clinics, processes, anything really!

    Thanks!

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    Hi Jenandsquid

    We will be going to qld from vic for iui at monash ivf in Auchenflower. So far the fs reception has been really helpful sending pathology requests etc all via email. We have family to stay with so that helps. I am a bit worried about how it will work during actual treatment but they seem to think we can make it work.

    Any one else? I'd love to hear how people are handling the travelling, expense etc

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    Thanks for the reply!! I am about to start actually, process has been so easy and only taken 2mths


 

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