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Old Oct 4th, 2013, 11:27 AM   1
MiasMum
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nhs ivf question!?


I had my ivf cycle cancelled last month due to ohss and am now waiting for cd19 to start FET.
My question is ... we have 2 nhs funded cycles. Will my FET still be classed as cycle 1 due to the hospital cancelling? Im sure they said it will but I forgot to ask today when I was there and they are shut now and I dont want to worry all weekend.



 
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Old Oct 4th, 2013, 14:45 PM   2
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I'm thinking it'll be classed as go number one not from the fet but from the fact that you went all the way to ec. You'll still have a second go xx



 
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Old Oct 4th, 2013, 14:58 PM   3
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Wow you get nhs funding and you already have a child :0 shocked !!

Yes it will still be classed as ur1st shot ! X



 
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Old Oct 4th, 2013, 15:05 PM   4
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We have nhs funding as my partner does not have a child. Thankyou ladies x



 
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Old Oct 4th, 2013, 15:07 PM   5
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Gosh that's brilliant !!! I know people who can't have funding due too a male having a child !!! Your so lucky !!!! Xxx good luck with your fet x



 
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Old Oct 4th, 2013, 15:39 PM   6
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You're obviously in the right area and if it's available then take good use of it. Good luck xx



 
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Old Oct 4th, 2013, 16:41 PM   7
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Thankyou so much! Where abouts are you ladies? I love this site ... I come here feeling down and you cheer me up so much!



 
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Old Oct 4th, 2013, 16:51 PM   8
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That's nice, it can be hot or miss sometimes. I'm in Glasgow xx



 
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Old Oct 5th, 2013, 05:34 AM   9
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I work in the nhs, and can confirm a cycle of treatment is considered as the drugs, ec, et plus any additional goes you have with any frosties. So if you have three frosties for example from your first go, all three count as the first cycle. However, if you've already had the first expense of drugs, some trusts count this as your first go, and you would progress on to your second round (I know that this has happened to a friend of mine). I'd advise you to contact your local ccg

As others have said, I'm really surprised that you were lucky enough to get IVF treatment. Usually (nice guidelines state) that the nhs will only fund you if neither party has a child. What area are you in? X x x



 
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Old Oct 5th, 2013, 05:47 AM   10
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I'm not sure if this was what likkelgemz was meaning. I was told by the nurse that f you get frosties and then have fet, following the ivf its extra and doesn't count as your second go. So I could have two shots at ivf and as many fets as were possible due to frosties. I'm pretty sure your ec will be classed as your first go.



 
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