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Wednesday, September 28th 2011, 12:27pm

nhs funding and moving areas

Hi All, I have had my allocated nhs funding in Manchester which have all been BFN and since having these treatments I have moved to a different area completly, is there any chance of being allowed another nhs try with it being a different pct...?

I am thinking it's unlikely but thought it was worth checking out...?!

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Wednesday, September 28th 2011, 6:11pm

Hi Hun I have just done the exact same thing. I was only entitled to 1 free go in Trafford where I'm from but we moved to Doncaster a few months ago and went in thier waiting list as they are entitled to 2 go's and as I only had 1 in manchester I would still be allowed 1 there. We are starting DR in 2 weeks! So worth a try ring your new local PCT to find out hun good luck xxxxxxx


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Wednesday, September 28th 2011, 6:44pm

There's nothing wrong in trying, is it? Ask your new GP about the rules and see what happens! xfingers

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Wednesday, September 28th 2011, 9:03pm

Thanks guys.

I was planning on contacting my new doctor anyway so will make an appointment in nxt few wks.

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Friday, October 28th 2011, 2:01pm

I have my appointment to see the Dr next friday. I have already had 3 attempts on the nhs and I know the clinic that I would be referred to in the new area only allows1 nhs try, so I'm guessing the answer to another try will be a NO. I am going to ask anyway. I'm not sure if I would go through it again as it's such a painful process but thought it would be a good way of testing myself. If the option was there, how would I feel then? I need to know for sure if adoption is the next step and I think this would be a good way in testing exactly how I feel....?!

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