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    Hi jade try flinders fertility - their fee structure is on their website http://www.flindersfertility.com.au/...s/General-Fees . Quite a bit cheaper. Our total out of pocket cost for an ivf collection cycle mid last year was about $2k but they dropped their prices a bit this year. We had two years of treatment with them and had a great experience and now a 4 month old baby girl from a frozen transfer last November all the best, the financial struggle on top of the physical and emotional difficulties must be tough.
    Edited to add: I don't know if you can take your embryos to another clinic? Flinders fertility fee for a frozen transfer cycle is only $300 out of pocket (we paid about $1500 out of pocket last year so the price has dropped a lot!).

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    It's been so quiet in here! Hope your all going well.

    We're struggling at our end. DS needs surgery. Dhs company closed in SA. So he's out of work again. I'm really stressed. I want to go back to uni but not sure I'm mentally capable.

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    Thanks for that. We will be looking at them for sure should this FET not work and after getting back on top of bills. We don't have to pay anything for frozen cycle. It's bulk billed so no out of pocket costs. We negotiated this though as our experience was not ideal.

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    @ginermille also does that mean you didn't do ICIS? Because from that chart it will be at least $3000 for 1st cycle (not including anaesthesiologist and lucrin)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Apples1234 View Post
    @ginermille also does that mean you didn't do ICIS? Because from that chart it will be at least $3000 for 1st cycle (not including anaesthesiologist and lucrin)
    No icsi for us @Apples1234. You will just pay the icsi cycle cost which is $1500 out of pocket. Then the bed fee and anaesthetist which I think is about $350 out of pocket all up - if you have private health insurance they'll cover this part. Our excess was $500 so we just paid the bed fee and anaesthetist gap direct as it was cheaper! It won't be $3k out of pocket for you for 1 cycle.
    I understand the Medicare rebates for ivf are changing next year might be worth a call to flinders to see how that's going to pan out.

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    I think we would have to pay the IVF fee and the icis fee though? I'd still need Gonal f etc and the egg collection so I thought that was the IVF few? I get a bit confused.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Apples1234 View Post
    I think we would have to pay the IVF fee and the icis fee though? I'd still need Gonal f etc and the egg collection so I thought that was the IVF few? I get a bit confused.
    No you just pay the icsi cycle fee that includes everything (gonal f, orgalutran, egg collection, fertilization, transfer). On top you just pay bed fee and anaesthetist. And storage costs for surplus embryos.
    Their fee brochure mentions financial hardship fee reductions. Give them a call to see what you'd be eligible for?

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    Ooo that's sounds good! Thanks so much!

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    Quote Originally Posted by gingermillie View Post
    No you just pay the icsi cycle fee that includes everything (gonal f, orgalutran, egg collection, fertilization, transfer). On top you just pay bed fee and anaesthetist. And storage costs for surplus embryos.
    Their fee brochure mentions financial hardship fee reductions. Give them a call to see what you'd be eligible for?
    Don't forget u have to pay a script fee now for your meds.

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