Ivf questions

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  1. ihavefaith

    ihavefaith Well-Known Member

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    Hi Ladies , had a few questions about Ivf. I know it can be costly, but i have noticed some people do cycles with FET. When you do these transfers do you pay for each time?
    thnaks!:thumbup::hugs:
     
  2. muncho

    muncho Well-Known Member

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    yes you do - the cost depends on the clinic
     
  3. muncho

    muncho Well-Known Member

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    these are prices for the clinic im going too..


    Embryo freezing including first year’s storage £850
    Additional year storage fee (payable per annum) £300



    Frozen embryo transfer £900
    plus HFEA fee £104.50

    Egg Freezing (Vitrification Method)
    Egg retrieval and freezing using vitrification method including first year’s storage £3210


    These prices are very high, most london prices are higher than others. But it will give you a rough idea
     
  4. Aphrodite

    Aphrodite Well-Known Member

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    muncho, do you have to pay if you are getting it funded thru NHS??
     
  5. ihavefaith

    ihavefaith Well-Known Member

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    Is it cheaper then a regular ivf cycle if you use frozen embryos?
     
  6. NeyNey

    NeyNey Love My IVF Munchkin

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    Yes, generally much cheaper...A Stim cycle is the first cycle you need, which is all about the injections and the egg collection and fertilisation and transfer. A FET is much easier as you can avoid all that and just thaw a frozen embryo...But you're first cycle will need to be a Stim as you have no frozen bubs to transfer.
     
  7. muncho

    muncho Well-Known Member

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    its normally a few humderd pounds, again depends on the clinic

    find a clinis near you and have a look at their prices..
     

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