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  • "thepilkingtons" started this thread

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Monday, October 19th 2009, 8:49pm

Jessops and what next????

Hi to all, i sit and read all your messages and have only just plucked up the courage to write one myself!
I have been refered to jessops (Dr Barclay) after 2 Miscarriages (1st Dec 07, 12 weeks and another May 09 6 weeks) we have had all the tests HSG, ultrasound, bloods and sperm analysis and will be back in 3 weeks for the decision on where we go from there.
Could anyone advise me on the process eg. do we have to wait to be refered and is there some sort of waiting list? i think i'm going to go out of my mind the waiting is killing me and the not knowing whats next is even worse!!!!
Any information from anyone who's been through all this would be soooooo appreciated!!

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Tuesday, October 20th 2009, 7:55pm

Hi didn't want to read and run and glad you plucked up the courage to send a message. I guess once you get your results it will depend on if you are NHS or self funding any treatment. I had IVF on the NHS and we had to wait for a bit however that was at Leeds but not sure about your area. I guess when you get the results we will be able to advise better as it will all depend on what treatment you need as to how long it will take and my circumstances were different but as I said I didn't want to read and run. Good Luck hon xxx
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Wednesday, October 21st 2009, 10:09am

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Wednesday, October 21st 2009, 10:20am

Hi B,
And welcome to the FZ.
Waiting is so hard! And it certainly would help if you at least knew how long you had to wait for. It's hard for us to say because it varies so much. One thing you could try would be to call Dr Barclay's secretary (ring the hospital switchboard and ask to be put through) to see if she can give you a rough idea of how long these things tend to take. On the plus side, it seems like you have had all the tests so once you have all the results back, you should be free to get going. Most likely all they will need to do is to ask lots of questions - about your cycle, births and miscarriages in your family, and the medical history of you and your DH.
I hope that helps a little,
Lots of luck to you,
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Monday, November 2nd 2009, 4:00pm

hi there

I dont know about treatment and so on but I am at Jessops ACU (under Professor Ledger) for IVF.

If it gets that far, ask for him, he is brill.

I would have thought you would have to wait 3-6 months once referred for a cycle.
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Monday, November 2nd 2009, 5:12pm

I agree with Mavis. Call up and speak to the secretary. They're pretty friendly at Jessops. I had my first child through them using clomid (Mr Li was my consultant) and was then referred to the ACU when we struggled to conceive our second child. I too am under Prof Ledger and, after two cycles of ivf, then fet, I'm having twins!

We've found both Jessops and the ACU fantastic. I don't know about waiting lists as we were self funding for our ivf and you start as soon as you want to if all the tests are through.

Good luck, you're in good hands.

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Monday, November 2nd 2009, 7:18pm

Jessops and what next????

thank you to everyone for your replies.... I have decided to try and do other things to keep my sanity!!!
My appointment is on the 10th and i'll find out then, I will have to just chill out and be patient!!

Thanks again to everyone!!
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