Just had our 6-mo follow-up with the RE last week, and we're going ahead with IVF now. Will start with next CD1. Have already done HSG, but need to re-do some bloodwork, as well as do a saline sonogram, uterine doppler blood-flow study, and mock transfer. We could be transferring as early as 1st week of December, looks like. We're talking to the benefits/financial coordinator tomorrow, to find out what's covered. We're very fortunate that our insurance does cover IVF but there's a lifetime cap on expenditures, and we're waiting to learn where we stand with that. Fingers still crossed for "au naturel" this month, but we all know those are on the long side.
Debating CCS, the comprehensive chromosome screening. Seems like it would be a good idea, but it adds about $7k (!!!) to the cost. But if we're only going to do it once...I don't know. The doc said they're launching a study that is pretty much perfectly timed, that will knock $2-3k off the CCS fees, tho, so that brings it down to...well, still a lot, but less.
Hope everyone is doing well. We just celebrated our first anniversary, and have been doing lots of fun stuff (a night at the hotel where we got married, lots of hikes, a trip to our favorite out-of-town brewery that we included in our engagement photo shoot) related to that!
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