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Offline cookson17

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« on: 30/10/13, 08:59 »
Hi,

I have been seeing the nurse practitioner at the sub-fertility clinic at Blackpool Vic - has anybody else??

I am about to be referred for IVF but that is only because I have really pushed for it!

How has anyone else found Blackpool Vic?

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    Offline geordiebunny

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    « Reply #1 on: 15/11/13, 23:14 »
    I am in St Annes and had to go private. I have not heard good things recently about fertility/maternity at blackpool vic. Sorry couldn't offer more advice I do believe you have to keep pushing them that is what I did with my gp.
    Good luck in your journey hope its a fast and successful one for you.

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    « Reply #2 on: 26/11/13, 20:44 »
    Thanks Geordiebunny,

    I think we might end up having to go private as Blackpool are so rubbish! I live in Lytham and in retrospect I wish I had chosen to go to Preston and not Blackpool!!

    I had to pay to see a doctor at Fylde Coast as all I saw at the Vic was a nurse - the doc i did see has been fantastic!

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    « Reply #3 on: 9/01/14, 16:06 »
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