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    Hi All. Are there any clinics in perth that only charge you the gap?

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    Can you take out a credit card for say $9k and pay your cycle on that then put rebates straight back onto it and pay off the remainder each cycle before doing another?

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    Hi Pink popsical! No i won't take out a credit card. I dont want to get into debt

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    Just an example; our fet cycle was $2618, out of pocket after rebates only $1040. Rebates straight back onto card and balance payable before interest accrues. Quick way to get the $$ to pay for a cycle in our situation
    Does anyone else do it this way?

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    Yep, we put all our treatment on a CC and reimburse straight away after rebate and transfer balance from savings to make up the difference.

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    Yep we do the same

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    ahhh that all makes sense now! Can you explain to me what a FET transfer is? I am new to all this ivf stuff!

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    @Bubbles1984 an FET is a frozen embryo transfer. Otherwise known as transferring a frostie!

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    thanks! how come it is cheaper than ivf?

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    Its a lot less involved. Just requires monitoring of lining, time of ovulation and transfer of embryo. Also includes post transfer monitoring of oestrogen, progesterone and pregnancy blood test and in most clinucs early pregnancy monitoring. Drugs aren't included but I found that extra cost quite minimal


 

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