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    Well my pg levels were always fine doing it that way as I worked on a mine site so there was no laying down for me. Do what works for you.

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    @Charlie74 I think we paid 3300. I'll see if I can find the price sheet and PM it to you.

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    Dammit - can't PM a pic. FET is $3,580 with or without PHI. There is also something listed called Natural Cycle which is $3,639.

    I had a natural FET cycle and paid the FET fee.

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    @Charlie74 the paperwork they gave me in May was dated July 2015.

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    Time to start saving

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    The sign up in reception says prices increased by 1% except for FET which remain the same

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    It's been a while...how is everyone going?

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    Hi there, I just wanted to introduce myself because I have just started seeing Lynn and will be starting a stim cycle with her next month. This will be cycle number 12 for me (combination of stim and FET) with no baby in my arms yet Lynn is my third fs and so I am really hoping she will be able to get us over the line. I am 35 and hubby is 38. I have endo, lowish amh and immune issues (thyroid antibodies and NKC). We have been ttc for just over 5 years and after stalking these forums for many years I decided to finally put myself out there for some support and to hopefully cheer on some of you too. This entire experience has been so hard for us but I am trying my best to stay positive. I have read some of the past posts but it seems a little quiet on hear lately. Hopefully you all come back so we can chat.

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    Thanks Charlie74. Can you tell me how Dr M is treating your immune issues? I have come from Nick Lolatgis who did loads of testing and treated me with Intralipid, steroids and clexane etc. he was surprised when our past couple of transfers with PGD embies were unsuccessful and suggested we maybe look at IVIG. Lynn thought that perhaps we were suppressing my immune system too much and thought it best to drop the Intralipid. She also put me on thyroxine which I hadn't used previously. I will take a look at the thread you suggested - I had heard of Dr M but haven't consulted with him.

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    Hi Ladies,

    I haven't been on here for a while but am wanting to see if I'm one of the minority that have many very bad experiences with the Monash Nurses. I've come from melb ivf where the nurses were fantastic, on the ball and attentive. The nurses at monash are the complete opposite. They have given me the wrong instructions as to when to take meds and its only when I've questioned them they realised it was incorrect. They don't return calls, keep on saying they are busy when they do return your call and don't have time to actually go through the meds with you. I told my specialist and the Dr said I wasn't the only one, as he/she has been told by other patients. I was advised to put in a letter to my specialist so he/she has more backup to go to management of IVF. I really feel for the newbies coming to Monash - as the process is very different and people are not as on the ball as Melbourne ivf.


 

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