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    Military IVF locations

    Here are the military IVF locations:

    Balboa Naval Hospital, San Diego, Ca http://www-nmcsd.med.navy.mil/

    Tripler Army Medical Center, Hawaii http://www.tamc.amedd.army.mil/infor...ntments.html#4

    Walter Reed AMC, Washington D.C. http://www.wramc.amedd.army.mil/depa...cies/index.htm

    Wilford Hall Medical Center, Lackland AFB, TX http://www.whmc.af.mil/

    Several civilian IVF clinics give military discount too. Just do a google search to find them.


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    Thanks for the links these should help several people out, the only way we knew of WHMC was by word of mouth.


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    There is a military ivf yahoo group with all this info. I learned of the group by doing a google search military ivf. There are about 6-7 ladies cycling Jan/Feb at WR and 2-3 @ WH. This group was set up by military ladies who used the program. Lots of success stories!!!

    Too bad we are not given a list of groups, forums to join in the ivf info package.

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    I have into doing IVF at WR and WH. I didn't realize that there would be a price difference but the price WH qupted me was much less expensive than WR. My RE will write me a referral for WH as soon as we get my prolactin level down. I'm sure I'm in for a wait over a year at least, but it's worth it to get another try.


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    HEY August,
    Just wanted to say hello. This is great info. you're giving out. I have my baseline appt. (WH) coming up. 10 Jan. I can't wait. How was your new year? Mine was good. Take care and God Bless.

    "Jubilee"


    Quote Originally Posted by august
    Here are the military IVF locations:

    Balboa Naval Hospital, San Diego, Ca http://www-nmcsd.med.navy.mil/

    Tripler Army Medical Center, Hawaii http://www.tamc.amedd.army.mil/infor...ntments.html#4

    Walter Reed AMC, Washington D.C. http://www.wramc.amedd.army.mil/depa...cies/index.htm

    Wilford Hall Medical Center, Lackland AFB, TX http://www.whmc.af.mil/

    Several civilian IVF clinics give military discount too. Just do a google search to find them.


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    Hi Jubilee - it's really thanks for Leslie on the military ivf yahoo group who has all the links in one place. She let me share the you guys!!

    1/10 baseline at WH? I think there's another ladies with same baseline at WH on that other group. Too cool!

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    Hey August,

    Have things been going well for you? It was good hearing from you again.
    God Bless.

    "Jubilee"


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    Quote Originally Posted by hoping
    I have into doing IVF at WR and WH. I didn't realize that there would be a price difference but the price WH qupted me was much less expensive than WR. My RE will write me a referral for WH as soon as we get my prolactin level down. I'm sure I'm in for a wait over a year at least, but it's worth it to get another try.

    Hoping- Where did you find the fees for WH? I looked on the site, but I couldn't find any. I have all the fees for WR, but we got accepted into WH, but never went b/c dh was gone and funds were very tight at the time. We're gonna try again though.


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    Quote Originally Posted by ChildlessArmyWi
    Hoping- Where did you find the fees for WH? I looked on the site, but I couldn't find any. I have all the fees for WR, but we got accepted into WH, but never went b/c dh was gone and funds were very tight at the time. We're gonna try again though.

    "Armywifethatwillnotbechildlessmuchlonger,"

    I hope this helps you. It is nice to meet you.

    WHMC Fees

    Co-pays:
    Regular IVF= $2500
    IVF with ICSI= $3400
    IVF with ICSI and surgical (urology) procedure= $3650

    "Jubilee"


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    Thank you for posting the information.


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