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  #21  
September 20th, 2013, 10:03 PM
Lucy S.'s Avatar POAS addict
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I agree our REs deserve a lot (especially embryologists).
But with all medicine, it seems like so much is overpriced and it saddens me that it feels like IVF is only for the "well off" as insurance rarely covers anything. A simple consult here runs $500 at most of the clinics. Not that I don't feel like REs deserve the money, I just wish MA was more assessable and rates were lower knowing 95% of people are paying OOP (unlike other medical procedures). It just feels like once again IF is more comparable to plastic surgery than an actual medical condition in this country :eyes:


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I was giving some anti rejection medicine for my transfer but nothing with this hormone they are talking about.
Oh I lied. I did research and it (Medrol) was about anti-rejection. This reminded me. NASTY stuff!
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September 23rd, 2013, 06:09 AM
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I know all of us would pay what it takes to complete our families. We have and are. If the success rates did go up and so did the prices I would have paid for that too. In fact, knowing the success rate is higher is worth A LOT!

I just wish insurance would cover more. Most of us are middle class or lower and it's frustrating insurance will pay for BCP and things to prevent pregnancy but they wont help build families. Even when you live in a State that says they endorse it and it has to be part of the insurance plan - employers still get around it by electing the plan that doesn't utilize the expensive coverage.
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Me (43) DH(33) 12 years together - ttc our first together-I have 14yr old DS
Cycles 1-6 = BFN
Cycle 7 SA results abnormal morphology 2%, 50 mg clomid = BFN
Cycle 8 sonogram normal 50 mg clomid + trigger = BFN
Cycle 9 SA results abnormal morphology and motility. Count 200 mill, 100mg clomid + trigger = BFN
Cycle 10 natural = BFN
Cycle 11 hsg tubes clear, natural + trigger+IUI = BFN
Cycle 12 repronex + trigger + 2 IUI = BFN
Cycle 13 natural ovaries to stimulated for more meds = BFN
Cycle 14-22 natural cycle with Acupuncture and planning ivf/icsi/DE = ALL BFN
Cycle 23 Clomid 50 mg & Progesterone = BFN
Cycle 24 Natural = BFN
Cycle 25 BCP, SA result 7% morphology = BFN
Cycle 26 BCP and Lupron preparing for IVF
Cycle 27 IVF Acupuncture, DE Retrieval April 7, Transfer April 12 =
7 eggs retrieved, 3 fertilized, 2 transferred - zero snow babies
BETA # 1 16DPO or 11dp5dt = 569
BETA # 2 19 DPO or 14dp5dt = 1078
BETA # 3 22DPO or 17dp5dt = 2414 TWINS!
BETA # 4 30DPO or 25dp5dt = 12,685 6weeks 3days 2 heartbeats! 114 & 116
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September 23rd, 2013, 09:50 AM
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When we met, my DH made it very clear he wasn't going to drop big money on having baby. I've moved him along the chain of thought a bit, but he's still been pretty set on he just cannot see himself dropping 12-15k on IVF... not unless the chances of a baby were higher than they already are.

He and I were talking about this discovery yesterday, and he asked more questions than I had answers for.. but his final thoughts on it were he'd be much more willing to work himself half to death an extra few months for a higher chance of IVF working if we needed it.

But if this study and possible research can convince my tightwad that IVF might be an option, I can only imagine how much easier it would make the decision for those who are less on the fence about it.
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