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    Quote Originally Posted by bel2466 View Post
    I felt nothing at all during procedure, I only have a feint recollection of hearing voices/talking. Afterwards only had period pain for 2 days and that was with a big haul of 18 eggs. Was much better than I expected. I get really sick on anaesthetic so sedation was a breeze
    oh really? so do you go through Liverpool/Springwood? I read other women say it's just some gas and they were chatting with staff? I'm asking all this as I don't want to go through the trouble of going all the way to Sydney for a consult without knowing all the info

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    No I'm at westmead :-)

    Here's a link to their costs:
    https://www.westmeadivf.com.au/costs/

    My next cycle will cost me $284 :-)
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    I've finally done it and switched my FS.

    Wasn't happy with my level of care, empathy and treatment with my one - always felt like a number and not a person.

    I'd made an appointment with him for Monday week, but have cancelled it and booked in with the different FS for the week following instead (earliest appointment available)

    Thought since I am going to start to pursue treatment, I should start afresh.

    Annoying that I'm now waiting a fortnight instead of a week for my appointment , but I think it will be worth it in the long run!

    For those interested, I asked them how much for ICSI (as an example of most expensive treatment) and it's $8800 but $3500 out of pocket after PHI and Medicare rebates. IUI is around $1300 out of pocket.


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    so Im now cd31 and 2/3 days late by my calculations, maybe I'm not ovulating, err i don't know. I don't want to call the FS and tell him I late again cause last month he said it was normal to be late sometimes. screw this crap!!todays testIMG_5330_opt (2).jpg
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    Looking into me possibly having high natural killer cells.


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    Does that mean your body may be killing a fertilised egg cinder?

    Have cramps that are taking my breath away today, 8DPO, same day I implanted last time. I keep telling myself it's just a tummy upset lol trying so hard to ignore them but I'm in so much pain it's kind of difficult.

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    Yes, I already have 3 autoimmune disorders so it is a possibility and would explain all this being late business


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    Hi cinder, if you have autoimmune disorders I would highly recommend having your nk cells checked.


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    fx del!

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    Cinder - when you posted your chart the other day I thought you may have ovulated later than you thought, as in 1-2 days after the last day of EWCM not in the middle of your EWCM, which could explain the lateness??? Just a guess.

    I thought I was ovulating as I get a positive OPK, pressure that lead up to ovulation, bad pains on one day and then all pain gone the next - but then blood tests confirmed I was not ovulating at all LH surge too low, and progesterone too low to indicate ovulation.


 

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