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    Quote Originally Posted by Buffy0 View Post
    Hi yes you do still need to have a psych form and letter. After you have those then you take your compassionate release form to your GP and they need to write exactly what your psych wrote on a separate compassionate release form. Hope this helps just curious where you heard about not needing a psych?
    Ive aao heard you dont need a psych report anymore, just gp and fs. It was on bubhub greece de thread

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    Default Accessing Superannuation for IVF purposes.

    Quote Originally Posted by gorgeousgeorge View Post
    Ive aao heard you dont need a psych report anymore, just gp and fs. It was on bubhub greece de thread
    Oh wow! Really? I go check it out on that thread then. It would be great if I don’t have to pay for that!
    Was that in the latest Greece thread?
    Last edited by Buffy0; 16-03-2019 at 19:08.

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    Default Accessing Superannuation for IVF purposes.

    Quote Originally Posted by Buffy0 View Post
    Oh wow! Really? I go check it out on that thread then. It would be great if I don’t have to pay for that!
    Was that in the latest Greece thread?
    I’ve just recently, like in the last two weeks, had my application approved through the ATO for a donor egg cycle and had to provide a psychiatrist report and a GP report with my application. 🤷‍♀️‍♀️

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    Quote Originally Posted by MrsRodgerDodger View Post
    I’ve just recently, like in the last two weeks, had my application approved through the ATO for a donor egg cycle and had to provide a psychiatrist report and a GP report with my application. 🤷‍♀️‍♀️
    Hi just rang to confirm with the ATO that a psych is no longer needed. You only need the forms filled out by your FS and GP now

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    Thanks for the update @Buffy0 i wish theyd stop changing everything, makes it hard to share info about it but i guess the upside is theyre making it easier :-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by gorgeousgeorge View Post
    Thanks for the update @Buffy0 i wish theyd stop changing everything, makes it hard to share info about it but i guess the upside is theyre making it easier :-)
    Your welcome and yeh it’s trying to keep up with the changes that’s fun right? It’s definitely making it easier. They might possibly have changed it due to wether you have life insurance 🤷‍♀️ a lady at my fertility clinic over heard me asking my fs if she could fill it out for me and told me about that. Maybe there’d be problems claiming down the track if you had psychiatric history. I’m just glad to save a bit of money. It’s even more expensive using de

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    Quote Originally Posted by kristenmb View Post
    Scrolling through this thread has been so helpful! A few more questions though...

    So I'm about to start the journey of attempting to access my super for our next round but I'm a little confused.I'm being told you don't need a psych form anymore so what exactly does the GP & specialist need to say for it to be accepted then?
    My GP hasn't done it before so is unsure. I'm waiting to hear back from my FS as to whether she's familar with the process. (I see Melissa Wong through Monash Clayton)
    Do they just need to make a comment about it impacting my mental state with all the pressure,trauma and anxiety it causes?
    As they can't make a mental health diagnosis can they?
    If anyone has a sample I could how my GP they'd be happy to inbox I'd be very grateful. Very Confused.

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    Hi there! I don’t suppose anyone private messaged you about this? I have the exact same questions! am on the ato site now and I too wonder how it would be acceptable for the ato for a FS to specify that you are suffering from a mental illness. And I’m not even sure my FS would be comfortable writing that without a ‘proper’ diagnosis..

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    Hi :waves: I searched back a few pages but was unable to find an answer.
    I read somewhere that super can be accessed for low cost clinics, (in this case Fertility Centre in Melbourne) I was just hoping someone could confirm this please Thank you!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sevven View Post
    Hi :waves: I searched back a few pages but was unable to find an answer.
    I read somewhere that super can be accessed for low cost clinics, (in this case Fertility Centre in Melbourne) I was just hoping someone could confirm this please Thank you!
    You can access your super for any IVF clinic - doesn't matter if it is a low cost clinic or not. You just need to follow all the steps on the ATO's website in order to do this. This includes quotes from your clinic - one would hope if it was a low cost clinic any money you need to take from your super would be a lot less!

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    Quote Originally Posted by kuwtk View Post
    Hi there! I don’t suppose anyone private messaged you about this? I have the exact same questions! am on the ato site now and I too wonder how it would be acceptable for the ato for a FS to specify that you are suffering from a mental illness. And I’m not even sure my FS would be comfortable writing that without a ‘proper’ diagnosis..
    Hi you can actually ring the ATO and speak to them about it. I wrote above that a psych is no longer needed. You just get your GP and FS to fill out the form. I rang the ATO to ask specifically what to write and what to tick. You still tick the acute and chronic mental illness box, but I was told I could write for IVF purpose in the next two questions underneath.. you don’t get the doctors to write a diagnosis. I asked the question ‘ so there’s no wrong way to fill out the form’ the lady said no. So long as the last page has all the doctors info entered correctly and you upload the clinics quotes on their letter head. Then it’s all good. Quite a few ladies have already done this and have been approved.
    Hope this helps


 

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