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    Default Brisbane Fertility Counsellors

    Has anyone seen the counsellors at QFG? How did you find them? Was it a helpful thing to do?

    We are gearing up for our fourth stim, and I just feel like it might be helpful for DH and me to talk through everything that has happened with someone and make sure we are on the same page for our next round etc.

    Obviously using the QFG free session would be great, but by the same token if there is someone else really fabulous you can recommend, we don’t mind paying!

    Any suggestions?

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    Default Brisbane Fertility Counsellors

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    Thanks @mummymaybe. I'll keep Peta in mind


 

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