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March 13th, 2013, 12:48 PM
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Jen, you posted while I was posting.

My insurance through school is actually very good, aside from not paying for acupuncture. The rules in NY state mean that certain benefits have to be covered, so that helps too. Everything up until IVF will have some kind of coverage, which is amazing. Aside from earning more money in general, and to pay for the acupuncture, I might have lower insurance premiums with a job - I don't pay a lot, but it's not free, either. Also, it would be great if we could get my husband on my insurance. We pay out of pocket for his and it's really lame. NYU's insurance is not good for dependents that aren't children, and then his school doesn't offer insurance for students (although he does get a grant to help, which is better than nothing).

I hope we don't have to go to the RE either - ugh. But I guess we'll see! I'm feeling hopeful for this cycle, but it's hard to know, obviously!
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NTNP since March 2012, TTC since August 2012, HSG = one blocked tube, SA = normal, 1st RE 7/11 - took a zillion tests, 2nd RE appt = Tubal issue with PCOS tendencies, possible polyp, August 2013 - possible polyp, September 2013 - new job, insurance change! January 2014 - new insurance, March 2014 - new RE appointment, then surprise BFP!

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