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    If you are not a hard case and just need quite basic ivf save your money and go through a low cost centre

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    @Meshell23 thank you!! I was checking out the tfc Springwood thread.. is your current pregnancy from them or bbivf? Congratulations by the way!

    Do you know if tfc do sperm aspiration at all? Would like to consider them if it's an option because they're a bit closer to home but I don't think they do.

    What are your thoughts on transferring fresh embryos compared with fet? If you've tried both that is!

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    My 3 year old son was a day 2 fresh transfer from tfc
    My current pregnancy is a day 5 hatching blasty that was a frozen cycle. Bbivf only do frozen cycles. Both clinics are excellent. I dont have view on whether fresh or frozen are better as I have had success from both. Not sure whether tfc have started sperm aspiration they never used to

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    @SurferGalGC we are still deciding, between pivf when they open here this year or bbivf. One thing with bbivf is you're awake during epu and some ladies have found it a bit sore, pivf have you asleep. The other thing im mulling over is the fet cycle is a lot longer, i think 8 weeks from start to epu to transfer and before that need to wait 6-8 weeks for the test results to get back to bbivf. So technically it could be 4 months until the first transfer is done plus the time it takes to get the tests done at the start of the process.
    Whereas im pretty sure the fresh cycle is a lot quicker and shorter to get from start to finish.

    I think too much haha 😁

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    Monroe just a fyi your body is in a better place for a fet where as a fresh cycle is a bit rougher. As you have meds then epu so your ovaries are all a bit sore and bloated and when you have transfer if you fall preg you stay sore and bloated for kuch longer where as a fet your body gets to recover before transfer

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    @Meshell23, that's a really good point actually! Thanks for that!

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    With a frozen from start of drugs to epu is about 2 weeks you will then get a period about 7-10 days later so that is whdn you get readu for frozen transfer is less than 3 weeks from that bleed there is about 10 days - 2 weeks longwr to do fet than fresh not much longer success rates are the same with either process

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    And bbivf is much cheaper, you pay the oop $500 up front that's it your not paying $1000s of $s and then getting it back from Medicare etc.
    Last edited by shelby27; 04-04-2016 at 07:56.

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    Yes bulk bill ivf are much cheaper tfc charge about $1600 to freeze then about $1000 for frozen cycle

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    Quote Originally Posted by Meshell23 View Post
    Yes bulk bill ivf are much cheaper tfc charge about $1600 to freeze then about $1000 for frozen cycle
    With bbivf that's all included in your $500 as well as embryo storage for a year


 

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