My partner is a FIFO worker and works away 4 weeks out of 5. He is never home at time of ovulation and we want to look at the option of having his sperm frozen and doing IUI.
In SA we are unable to access fertility treatment (IUI) because we are classed as "socially infertile". I know the laws are different in other states and am looking at the option of flying to Sydney for treatment.
Can anyone please advise on good quality clinics in Sydney that could cater to our needs, have good success rates and are not too expensive?
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19-04-2013 10:43 #1Member
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Looking at flying to Sydney for IUI, need advice on clinics please
29-04-2013 14:36 #2
01-05-2013 22:27 #3
Have seen FSs at both IVF Australia and Genea...and can highly recommend Genea. In making your decision I suggest you make enquiries at various clinics about their success rates (check their websites for this), what days they are open (some clinics are open 7 days a week or egg collection, others only mon-fri), whether the FS does the IUI (or other procedure) or whether this is done by the nurse. Good luck
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