I was managed by Dr Borude, but Dr S put my bub back in, so I can at least say he's got good aim lol
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25-03-2014 12:16 #251
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25-03-2014 16:41 #252Senior Member
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How do you find out the fee schedule for a certain clinic?
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25-03-2014 18:54 #253
Least I know he can successfully do that then!! lol.
I think each clinic goes through fees in your initial consult but some (most) have a break down on their website apparently. Mine doesn't though.
26-03-2014 01:12 #254Senior Member
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Mrs tugs a full ivf cycle costs about 8500 is management etc ad an FET will set u back about 3200. Add on top of that theatre fees, anaethetist and hospital (covered by private health)
26-03-2014 08:47 #255
I don't have hospital cover Kel so if I upgrade my cover I will have to wait 12 months..... :-((
26-03-2014 09:02 #256
MrsTugs we dont have maternity private health either im in perth and went to fert north cost an extra $1000 for theatre and hosp fees etc ontop of the $7200 for the ivf. We got about $5500 back from medicare.
Most clinics will have a payment plan you can use or do like we did and increased the credit card limit to pay outlay costs and paid off when we could.
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26-03-2014 09:47 #257
Thanks wish. I think I should probably upgrade at least for later if it doesn't work first cycle?
26-03-2014 09:55 #258
We were going to but got pregnant so never bothered, Im not worried about going through the public system to have a baby, thousands of women do it every day
26-03-2014 11:50 #259
i'm the same... i care less about it for public birth, and more for ivf and future bub going to hospy for injuries (kids will be kids!)
26-03-2014 11:56 #260Senior Member
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I have private health because I have been burned by the health system before.
In this circumstance we find it is better for us because we dont have unexpected bills. Each time I go into hospital for day surgery we have no excess and at the hospital we have to go to the anethetist is on our health fund list so the bill bypasses us and goes straight there.
For our first round we were with a different health fund and we had to pay $600 for both just to have an epu. So not to have bills by changing our health fund (which turned out cheaper) we love it.
Saying that if I was to get pregnant one day I would have no resevations about being a public patient.
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