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Sunday, September 16th 2007, 11:59am

3 for 2 on ivf

does any one know or has had 3 for 2 of ivf?

if it works first time i assume you pay the lot?

does this include intails consulation fees?
TTC 12 years

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Sunday, September 16th 2007, 12:21pm

Never heard of this but am v interested to hear about it (always one for a bargain! ;)) My clinic (Centre for Life in Newcastle) has just starting doing a deal where you get £1500 cash back if you are able to donate eggs for 'human cloning' ?( ?( research.

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Sunday, September 16th 2007, 2:49pm

Hey Kara, i posted a reply for you on FF but thought i'd put one on here too. The London Womens Clinic in Harley St do a 3 cycle package (3for2) its £5,450 plus £104.50 per cycle for HFEA fees. the website is www.lwclinic.co.uk - i hope this helps!!

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Sunday, September 16th 2007, 3:43pm

Hi Kara, Bristol clinic (Repromed) does a similar scheme where you pay a little more for your first cycle and then have reduced fees for subsequent ones. Works out cheaper if you go for all 3 tries. I know there are clinics in America where you pay a certain amount, and you get about 6 goes or your money back at the end. Can't remember where I saw this, but will have a look. It is a bit far to commute though! (I think it was only about $12,000 too which is an absolute bargain!)
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Sunday, September 16th 2007, 5:53pm

thanks girls

im gona call them tomorrow just to see.....i will probably stay with my clinic though as im very happy with them but its good to look
TTC 12 years

2 early losses

lots of ops and tx

both tubes removed

5th fresh short protocol
:BFP:

Tyler May born 5/5/2010 by emergency c section. Tyler is our sunshine

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