Liverpool - Information Evening

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Liverpool - Information Evening

Post by boogaloo » Fri Jan 02, 2009 2:21 pm

Hi everyone!

Me and my DP are attending an information evening at LWH soon through the NHS and I am really confused!! Could anyone tell me whether this means that we have reached the front of the queue and are going ahead with treatment or do we have to attend this evening then see the consultant who will put us on the list?
We are expecting to have ICSI but it has not been actually confirmed yet.

Sorry for coming straight on and asking a question but I cannot get through to anyone at LWH and it is driving me mad to know!!!


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Post by sue e » Sat Jan 03, 2009 5:22 pm

Hi, we had icsi through LWH. It means you are not far away from starting, possibly another 4 months!!! They give you all the information and of course the sample pots there!!! and dates for when some of your tests start. Others depend on menstrual cycle and you then have to book in. Then its a case of waiting for the results and once there all in you have an appointment with the consultant. An he will explain whats what and which way to proceed.

Hope this helps, let me know if you need more info

sue xx
Age 33 dh 34 Married Nov 03 /ectopic dec 03
1st ICSI start July 05, +ive Hpt 10th oct / m/c
FET Feb - +ive

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