Ok! So we are with repromed, had two failed cycles but are happy with our doctor! The only problem is the price! Flinders is apparently much much much cheaper...anyone got any recommendations for doctor at flinders? Or stay where we are? I'm so conflicted! Need advice!
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16-11-2013 18:34 #1
Repromed vs Flinders
17-11-2013 10:08 #2
We are at Flinders, and I can honestly say they have been fantastic, they are so friendly, helpful and supportive, I know you are paying a lot of money, but we still feel they are fantastic. Everyone has made us feel completely at ease and they talk through everything with you and answer any questions you may have. Xx
17-11-2013 10:22 #3
Interested in this as well...as we may be needing the help
17-11-2013 10:37 #4
Subbing because we will be going down the IVF route soon and was looking at both of these. I've found Bruno Radesic at repromed fantastic(he's my gyno) but flinders costs look far cheaper!
17-11-2013 11:45 #5
Yes we are country patients as well so we have to pay for accommodation etc when we come up. But I've heard flinders bulk bill on a few consults/tests for country patients.
If we left Repromed it wouldn't be because we were unhappy with their service.
19-11-2013 19:30 #6
19-11-2013 20:00 #7Junior Member
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We were super happy with Steven Scroggs at flinders, we went there because of the cost at repromed, we achieved single pregnancy in 2010, and this year gave birth to twins.
25-11-2013 06:30 #8
Ladies that used Flinders, would you be ok with letting us know what kind of costs you paid (and the treatment you had)?
26-11-2013 06:13 #9
We are having ICSI and the cost for the cycle is $3500, you pay this upfront when u collect your drugs, and then the out of pocket cost is about $1795.
My hubby is having a tesa, this is $1000, and out of pocket costs are $695. There are other costs for consultation, hospital bed and anaesthetist. Just ask if you want any more info xx
26-11-2013 06:51 #10
We had our first round of ICSI at Flinders in September; but we got concession rates because we're both on the disability support pension. The drugs for the cycle were $440. The anaesthetist fee and day surgery fee was a total of about $900, and we got about $300 of the anaesthetist fee back from Medicare. They were the only things we had to pay for.
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