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    I thought this might help some couples :-)

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    yeah we have a thing on it here

    http://www.bubhub.com.au/hubbub-blog...ivf-treatment/

    should be interesting

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    I know this one is getting a lot of media interest today, however there seems to be low-cost clinics like this popping up all the time. IVFA started a cheap version of one about six months ago in Liverpool, and there's a couple of others already in Sydney.

    I've looked into some of these during my three year journey so far, and they absolutely cater for some women perfectly, but doesn't cater for the over 40s, long-timers or those with issues. I read about a couple of them
    - you need to have no issues (e.g. young women who just haven't got pregnant)
    - you will usually just be allocated any doctor on any given appointment, EPU or ET
    - most of them just use local anaesthetic or some kind of relaxant (rather than general)
    - none of them have a bank/list of anonymous donor sperm.

    I'm sure there would be a percentage of women who they would fit perfectly, perhaps to recommend to young women first starting IVF, as a stepping stone.

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    Agreed MCG - Westmead bulk-bills and you only pay the excess which isn't much more than this place, for full-service IVF. The more options the better, but it's not really news

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