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    Quote Originally Posted by LillyM View Post
    Hey Ladies,

    Was meant to ask a quick question here if you don't mind: I have an appt with Charlotte in Dec.
    Is there a cancellation list with her just like with Warren?
    @LillyM Charlotte has a waiting list of only around 3 months. She is the next best thing IMO if you cant handle the wait for Wazza!

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    @goegeousgeorge I'm so happy to hear how positive you are feeling. Very jealous of baklava. That's great you can be positive about it and also have a semi holiday also. I absolutely love the way you write. You should write blogs I would be your biggest subscriber haha!! You should start your own thread leading up to Athens and when you are there. I'm so proud of how brave you are being. Yeah I'm doing well thanks can't complain ;-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Keepontryin13 View Post
    @LillyM Charlotte has a waiting list of only around 3 months. She is the next best thing IMO if you cant handle the wait for Wazza!
    @Keepontryin13, yeah agree, hence I've already booked with her on Dec.
    Was just wondering if it might get even sooner due to a cancellation.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rosie8888 View Post
    @goegeousgeorge I'm so happy to hear how positive you are feeling. Very jealous of baklava. That's great you can be positive about it and also have a semi holiday also. I absolutely love the way you write. You should write blogs I would be your biggest subscriber haha!! You should start your own thread leading up to Athens and when you are there. I'm so proud of how brave you are being. Yeah I'm doing well thanks can't complain ;-)
    @Rosie8888 im a high school english teacher (so one would hope i can express myself in writing) nevertheless, its lovely to hear positive feedback. :-)

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    On information sheet it says $2310 for FET, OOP is estimated to be $1859 with top insurance first cycle then $1156 on Subsequent cycle with Safety net has been met. OOP for uninsured is $2287 first FET then $1585 subsequent FET.

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    @gorgeousgeorge keep up the awesome work xxx

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    Quote Originally Posted by pingc383 View Post
    That's cheaper than the $1,500 out of pocket after reaching safety net threshold that I have to pay...
    I find fet with qfg quite expensive and they don't give FET credits even if you are doing pgd freeze all cycle.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Btae View Post
    On information sheet it says $2310 for FET, OOP is estimated to be $1859 with top insurance first cycle then $1156 on Subsequent cycle with Safety net has been met. OOP for uninsured is $2287 first FET then $1585 subsequent FET.
    I'd met the safety net pre-FET and have PHI. My out of pocket from the $2,310 was $813.80, plus medication and Wazza fees. I also had to pay full cycle management fee as I'd apparently met lifetime cap - I still have to call Medicare about that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Btae View Post
    I find fet with qfg quite expensive and they don't give FET credits even if you are doing pgd freeze all cycle.
    This annoys me so much @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.

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