Btae. We did a couple of freeze all and got no refund and then had to pay for a FET. It is a rip off. I should write to them about it as I think it's unreasonable. They save the work they'd do on a FET and get paid for PGD. Also very tough to pay for an ET if you have nothing to transfer.
@sumteng I'm glad you are going well. Morphology scan is exciting - we had ours a couple of weeks ago. Over an hour of them scanning bub.
Relaxin is fun stuff. I thought it would be good as it's so close to "relaxing" it sounded nice, but the joint pain can be ridiculous. Like you though, I see it as a sign bub is growing and doing well. I've got anterior placenta so am just starting to feel kicks at 24 weeks.
We are going to shop in a couple of weeks, after antenatal class.
Keep well and enjoy the scan.
Surely if your embryo doesn't thaw and you don't have a transfer, then you get a refund from QFG?
Also what's the deal with the lifetime Medicare cap? Is that just for IVF and if so what is the cap value?
What do other clinics charge for FET?
I completely agree... If you've a done a PGD freeze all cycle then you shouldn't be paying again!
The no FET credit and no FET drugs provided to you if you are not going ahead with a transfer in a full stim cycle annoys me too, I think that is a complete rip off. I know other clinics offer FET credits and meds but they don't have wazza Magic....
Just a quick update. I just got the Medicare rebate for our recent FET we got $1496.20 from the $2310 so that's only about $800. We have well and truly reached the safety net.
@Gagingi I have been told from charlotte my placenta is at the front also. When did you start to feel flutters or you didn't ? She did warn me I won't feel kicking until at least 22. Yay so happy all is going well for you xx
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