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Tuesday, March 6th 2007, 6:27pm

Anyone else at The Priory, Bham?

Hi All

I was sitting in the waiting room today looking at the other ladies and wondered if they read this web site. It would be something else if you could meet up with someone you 'knew' from here!

Is anyone else at the Priory?

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Tuesday, March 6th 2007, 7:15pm

RE: Anyone else at The Priory, Bham?

Hi,

I am due to start my treatment at the Priory next week with Mr Sawyers.

Hope all goes well for you. I have heard very good things about the clinic.

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Tuesday, March 6th 2007, 7:25pm

Hi,
My dh and I are currently saving so we can start our treatment at the priory ( I have no idea who with yet though) but we have been there when dh had his tests done...
Good luck with your treatment though!!! :goodluck:
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Tuesday, March 6th 2007, 7:49pm

RE: Anyone else at The Priory, Bham?

Hello Sueshe thanks for replying to my other post, I am def going to try the Priory for a consultation we are only in early stages at the mo.

Do yuo mind me asking if you are going NHS or Private? If you are private how long did you have to wait for treatment?

Thanks a lot

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Wednesday, March 7th 2007, 7:08pm

RE: Anyone else at The Priory, Bham?

Hi PartyQueen

No I don't mind you asking! I'm on the NHS for this one but even so the waiting list was only 3 months. I couldn't believe it - we were expecting years. I've seen the posts on other threads and haven't seen anything less than a year! It's all about the postcode lottery isn't it? :loony:

I asked the nurse how much it would cost to do it private (thinking for the future!) and she said £1950 for the treatment and £350 for the drugs. Whether there's anything else on top I don't know. Thats for IVF by the way.

Polly and Anna-Marie - Good Luck! The staff are wonderful and the sister explains things very clearly in the first appt. I went in with hundreds of questions and she answered them before I got to ask them. :rainbow: :thumbsup2: :weehee:
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Wednesday, March 7th 2007, 9:08pm

RE: Anyone else at The Priory, Bham?

Thanks Sue
We are going to the Priory next week to see an open day, the private costs sound cheaper than what we have been quoted we need ICSI and we have been quoted £4300!!!

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Saturday, April 28th 2007, 5:21pm

we are at the priory too for our treatment

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Tuesday, May 1st 2007, 8:00pm

Hi Ellie & Partygirl

We had unexpected ICSI in March because DH got Bronchitis and it affected his sperm count. They told us we were lucky it was on the NHS because it's much more expensive. You're paying for the embryologist to do what the sperm should be I suppose.

At least you know they aren't charging you over the odds for the drugs like some of the bigger places.

Good luck and all the best!
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Tuesday, May 1st 2007, 8:03pm

Hiya just thought i would say we used the priory and as you can see we got a BFP on our first go, just to give you some hope. xxx
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Tuesday, May 1st 2007, 8:07pm

thanks diddle :)
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Wednesday, May 2nd 2007, 8:54am

I went to the Priory too - it was good - did get a BFP on my first go but unforuntately had early miscarraige.

All I wld say is that they keep you waiting ages for scans etc -ie dont work to your appt time - but I am known to be Miss InPatient and as I worked quite close to there I used to have to go back to work so was worried about being a long time so perhaps I noticed it more


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Thursday, January 10th 2008, 10:59pm

Priory hospital

Can anyone tell me of any 1st time success stories at the priory hospital in Birmingham with icsi?
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Friday, January 11th 2008, 10:00am

I am sure someone will have had success and hun you have every chance of ICSI working first time, stay postive and lets hope luck is on your side

there are many girls on FZ that have had first time success :D
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Monday, January 14th 2008, 10:38pm

Cheers hon :smile:
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Sunday, February 10th 2008, 11:57am

BMI Priory Hospital, Birmingham

For those of you in the Birmingham area I would recommend the The Priory.

We didnt have a clue what to expect and had so many questions buzzing round our heads we could have been asking them all day. But when we got there she told us everything straight away and when she asked if we had any questions we didn't!

Every stage of the treatment is backed up with leaflets and you just feel like they are in total control of everything so you don't need to worry. If you have any questions when you get home (and you will!) they are happy to answer over the phone and don't make you feel like your bothering them.

On a practical note, I believe the prices are pretty decent too compared to some prices I've heard mention...I think the IVF was 2500 pounds (my keyboards gone weird and I don't have a pound sign!) including the drugs.

Hope this helps you to come to a decision!

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Sunday, February 10th 2008, 6:14pm

I used these too, and i think they where fantastic!!! xxx
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Sunday, February 10th 2008, 9:46pm

we are at the priory too :)

would deffo recommend them (even though we havent had our bfp yet)
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Tuesday, May 27th 2008, 10:05pm

I've at the Priory too??

I've been told the bad news today that IVF has not worked for us??

so i'm quite sad :bawl:

The ladies at the Prior are fantastic they are very supportive, at every stage they have told me what to do, even if i ask the silly questions, they have answered, without making be sound like an idiot.

i've never been through this before.
they have recommended that i got for ICSI, so i have called to make my appointment with my consultant for the 16th June.

i dont know whether i'm doing right, am i rushing it?
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Monday, June 2nd 2008, 8:53pm

Hi Osmay,

I'm going to pm you. Click on your PM Box at the top of the page if your not sure how to get there.

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Tuesday, June 17th 2008, 9:25pm

We had our first go at the Priory in May for IVF. The nurses seemed nice but we saw different people each time we went. I was probably being a bit over sensitive but i did feel like they kept mentioning how i was being paid for by the NHS a lot! The consultant who referred me should have been my consultant there but we never saw him. he was meant to do my egg collection but another consultant turned up on the day, who was a bit miserable as he suggested that with only 2 eggs ready perhaps i should be prepared to be disappointed. Anyway, my 2 eggs didn't fertilise so I suppose he was right. The embryologist said we would be going for ICSI next time. At least i know i need to ask at the next cycle if I need to be on higher doses to get more eggs.

We have had a letter from them to organise an appointment for ICSI info but no feedback from consultant - don't know if we get that at ICSI appointment? or phone the clinic? or try to get hold of NHS consultant? Also, we only get 1 free go, so is that it? the embryologist thought that because we didn't get any embies to go back in that we might get another cycle, but that seems too good to be true?

So i have mixed feelings really about it, but will be much better prepared for the next time.
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Thursday, June 19th 2008, 10:11pm

Hi Stephie

I had tx at bham priory last year, of which resulted in no eggs fertilizing. We paid for the tx our selves. We had our one and only freeby from nhs at Coventry Walsgrave this year which ended in a BFN. We are saving hard at the moment for another tx but I dont know where it will be yet.

Where, and when, are you having your next tx? Its worth a go asking NHS, but I too think it sounds too good to be true.

I found priory great and the consultant was good to, they gave us loads of information. However they didnt stick to times very good when we had to go for scans

Why dont you phone them up if you havent had the infomration you want (?)

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Saturday, June 21st 2008, 1:22pm

Hi Steph,

I think you have the same cons as me from Worcester hosp. I'm on my 3rd cycle and have always had my EC and T done by another cons. I looked them up on the internet and I think you'll find that we are actually better off as the 'substitute' is better at it!

You don't get feedback from the cons unless you ask for it. I think you'll find that the NHS Cons will automatically put your drugs up (they did with me) but you have to have an appt with him first before you get the prescription.

PM me if you want me to be more specific!
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Saturday, June 21st 2008, 8:12pm

Hi girls,

I'm reading this with interest. I'm currently with Bham Womens Hospital, trying to get BMI down to 30 so I can go on the waiting list for funding, nearly there. Got appt on 22nd July.

I know the Priory but thought it was just private, I'm wondering if I find out the waiting list is long the the Women's could my Dr refer me to the Priory? I didn't know they took on NHS patients?









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Sunday, June 22nd 2008, 11:58am

Hi Picklesmum

Yes, I was referred through my NHS Cons. I wasn't really given an option. That was the clinic my Cons is partnered with so perhaps you need to look at it from that angle. You may have to go where yours is partnered with which sounds like the Bham Womens Hospital.

Personally I would ring the Priory and ask them what route you need to take to get a referral to them. It would be a lot quicker than tracing it through your GP etc. They are also 7 days a week so you could ring them now. The number is 0121 446 1501.

It maybe that you only get a choice if you pay. It would be worth asking the question on one of the other boards though.

Good luck!
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Monday, June 23rd 2008, 3:52pm

thank you everyone for your comments, i feel much more positive now - especially seeing all the different people! we are going back for a meeting July 12th to see embryologist about ICSI so hopefully will be getting dates for our next go then too. We are saving up as are certain that was our free go!

I have a friend who was referred to the Birmingham women's Hosp and she now has little boy from first go on IVF and she was really positive about her tx there.

I also had to get my BMI down for treatment. Stupidly did it for referral appointment with consultant and then put half stone back on, didn't expect them to weigh me at the first priory meeting, so had to wait another 6 wks while i got rid of the half stone. amazingly i haven't put any of it back on so hopefully be good to go for ICSI july/august.
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Monday, July 7th 2008, 4:23pm

Am back at the priory for embryologist appointment thurs - will be looking to see if i can spot any FZers!
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Monday, July 7th 2008, 7:34pm

Darn it! I'll be there Wednesday!

Good luck though. I'd still ask if you can get another NHS go.
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Tuesday, July 8th 2008, 8:42am

You should leave a sign that you have been there, like doing something to the magazine display! :snigger:

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Thursday, July 10th 2008, 6:04pm

hurray! had our meeting today with embyologist - i can't believe it but we are being funded for our 2nd go. it seems too good to be true, but they said that because we had no embies the first time round we were still entitled to a another go. Yeah! We start downregging end July/start August for an ICSI cycle. :smile:
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Thursday, July 10th 2008, 9:06pm

Congratulation Stephie.

I thought that might be the case but didn't want to get your hopes up if I was wrong! It could also have varied between hospitals so here's to the Priory!
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Saturday, July 12th 2008, 11:28am

yep! i'll have to take back all the moans from my earlier post! and the embryologist was really lovely too! She said they will up my dose of menopur this time to try to get more eggs. I'll be starting tx on 31st July.
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Saturday, July 12th 2008, 2:41pm

Hi stephie

might bump into you at the priory - we are starting our 4th go on the 29th of july :)
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Sunday, July 13th 2008, 5:58pm

Hi ellie
I will be looking out for possible fz'ers! i think we should have a secret sign or handshake! good luck with your next tx.
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Sunday, July 13th 2008, 7:17pm

I used mr sawyers and i thought he was fab!! Good luck girls xx
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Tuesday, July 15th 2008, 4:31pm

thanks diddle. he did my ec. he seemed a bit surprised that we were having ec when i only had 2 follies ready. mr watt was my normal consultant.
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Tuesday, July 15th 2008, 4:59pm

hi all i had mr sawers and again this time he seems ok to me at least you get the con you are under not some underdog like you do at hospitals for other treatment lol
good luck girlies lets hope we dont have to meet again because we have our bfps this time round
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good luck with dr
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Wednesday, July 23rd 2008, 9:16pm

hi everyone
how is tx going at the priory?
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Saturday, August 30th 2008, 7:44pm

Hi every one

Im just about to start our tx at Priory, is any one else??
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Thursday, September 4th 2008, 2:44pm

Hi Gemma1,

I'm going to the priory on the 12th sept for my day 21 appointment and to collect my drugs as i should start DR on the 14th sept. Who are you with?
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Thursday, September 4th 2008, 2:48pm

Hi gemma1 and angel pixie - im stimming for cycle number 4 at the priory at the moment - im seeing mr afnan
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Thursday, September 4th 2008, 2:55pm

Hi Ellie W,

I am also with mr afnan, He is really nice, i havent been back since i got my BFN back in March/April so it will be first time back on the 12th, i also have seen or spoken to mr afnan either just been sent a prescription in the post and told to come in for day 21 stuff. Good luck with this cycle x
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Thursday, September 4th 2008, 2:59pm

Thanks hun

Might bump into you in the waiting room on the 12th as it might be my ET day :snigger:

Hope your cycle goes well for you this time
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Thursday, September 4th 2008, 3:02pm

Everytime ive been ive always wondered if ive been talking online to anyone in the waiting room, Good luck Hun x :smile:
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Thursday, September 4th 2008, 3:26pm

Hi both, I started down regs last night, and I am seeing Mr Sawer. He is really nice. This is our 3rd tx. 1st one resulted in zero fertalization (paid private), 2nd tx on NHS at Walsgrave BFN, so 3rd time lucky hopefully at the priory!! (paying private)

My base line scan is on Tuesday 23rd September

Good luck to every one

x x x
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Tuesday, September 30th 2008, 10:18pm

HI Can I please join you. We are thinking about having another ivf go but was wondering your thoughts on the Priory these days. As you can see we have been with them a while now, but on our FET last year we felt as though we had been rushed. Espeacialy at ET we were rushed by consultant whilst talking to embriologist to get ready for transfer. Then as soon as ET done and I mean straight away was taken straight off table into scan room. Whilst another ET was done. Any experiances of late would be appreciated.
Anyway hope everyone is well
Good luck to all
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Thursday, October 2nd 2008, 8:25pm

Hello dippy3

Im on day 2 of my stims, and all the nurses have been great at the priory.

Did you get your BFP at the priory?

Good luck to you
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Friday, October 3rd 2008, 1:57pm

Hi Gemma1 Thanks for the welcome. Have you a rough date for EC yet? Good luck and lots of positive vibes to you.

Yes we did get BFP at Priory back in March 2005.

We'd always had fab treatment at Priory up til our FET last Aug through to Oct.
Can't believe its been nearly a year since our BFN. Still hurts. We are so grateful and happy for our DD but the pain of infertility never goes away :rolleyes: :rolleyes:
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Sunday, October 5th 2008, 3:34pm

Hi dippy3

Ive got a stims scan on wednesday 8th, 2nd scan on 12th, and ec booked in for Tuesday 14th at the moment. Ive feeling really good at the moment, and very chilled which is a first for me :O

So have you decided if you are going for your next tx at Priory? if so when are you looking to start, and Im sorry to hear your FET didnt go as planned

You are right about the pain never going away :sadface: :bawl:, but I also think that going through infertility makes you stronger, and although it is stressfull on relationships its made my relatinship with my hubby stronger (although there have naturally been some more than difficult moments), but I dont think he will ever know how heartbreaking all of this really is to me but I am thankfull that I have such a loving husband. I have found infertility very lonely at times.

Nice to hear from you again

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1x IVF zero fert, 2x ICSI BFN, 1x FET BFN, 1x ICSI early loss

March 2010, FET , :BFP:, we have a little princess x




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