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    Hey chick! Things are good with the exception of off and on light bleeding and heavy brown spotting. Had scans at 9&10weeks and all is good though, possibly a small hematoma. I'm fairly certain I felt movement (well, popping bubbles) today and I'm only 10w6days. I never had that with Lex with the anterior placenta, it's a rather cute feeling. By the way-Im freaking huge already and struggling to hide it. NT scan is next Tuesday.

    Any idea when you will start Mesh?

    Shelby thats so exciting. I can't believe that there isn't a bigger thread on this place yet.

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    So you did bulk bill? Shelby how much did epu cost do you have private health?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Meshell23 View Post
    So you did bulk bill? Shelby how much did epu cost do you have private health?
    Yes at life. All up everything cost $790. Drugs, FET, scans, storage everything, that's all I ever paid. No no private health and I'm not over my Medicare Levi thing either.

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    Perfect I got a sheet of paper in my costs saying contact hospital for day surgery fees n I thought bugger I thought that was the 500. Mine will cost about 1200 because we use icsi. I start about 24 nov but wont fit transfer in this year due to xmas closure

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    You mighy get a bit of that back Mesh as OOP???. Make sure you claim before the end of the year in case the 2016 changes go ahead and claiming changes. I found out why my costs were so low this cycle. With dh being out of work for 7 months last year we went down to a $700ish medicare threshold (FTB-A eligible) so I got more back from OOP.

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    What the heck is that emoji? It was meant to be a couple of question marks!

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    That would totalky make sense. I quized them on oop and they said I will get some back on icsi cost

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    Quote Originally Posted by Meshell23 View Post
    Perfect I got a sheet of paper in my costs saying contact hospital for day surgery fees n I thought bugger I thought that was the 500. Mine will cost about 1200 because we use icsi. I start about 24 nov but wont fit transfer in this year due to xmas closure
    I just did it under local, was awake and it was fine didn't find it painful at all. I think you can choose to get knocked out through the hospital and that costs a bit for the hospital fees but I didn't do that, was still done at St. Andrews though. I'm glad I didn't I liked my EPU was chatting to the dr and nurses and hearing them tell me how many follies I got through the process.

    Yeah would of been an extra $440 or something if we did ICSI but didn't need it got 7 follies and all 7 fertilised normally.

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    We require icsi its our reason for ivf how many scripts did you have? Also what was cost involved for fet?

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    Did you get to freeze all 7


 

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