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Offline Rafmrs

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« Reply #130 on: 9/03/16, 21:34 »
Travel shield do IVF Insurance, I paid 40 insurance with them last week for my Hysto, I put I was travelling alone which kept the price down (hubby just had normal holiday insurance).
I had John pick me up from the airport and he is totally lovely, and a great driver  :)
Taxis cost 40 euros from airport to Serum and about 10 euros from Serum to Mitera but no child seat.
I'd would say personnely for peace of mind with a child go with John, he may be a bit more expensive (only about 30 euros in total) but very reliable, good driver and has child seat.
Without a child I'd use the metro/taxis xxx

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    « Reply #131 on: 9/03/16, 22:02 »
    Rafmrs

    Thankyou ! I will book him and sort the insurance, 40 isn't too bad is it!
    Thanks again xx

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    « Reply #132 on: 9/03/16, 22:10 »
    Sorry I meant to ask, I'm having trouble finding the website for travel shield, can you send me the link please, Thankyou xxx

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    « Reply #133 on: 10/03/16, 00:07 »
    Your welcome, I've sent you a PM with the website details xxx

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    « Reply #134 on: 12/03/16, 20:58 »
    Hi there
    Is anyone going out to Serum and having a Hysto this week? X

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    « Reply #135 on: 13/03/16, 09:14 »
    Aussie, good luck, mine is next month. Let us know how it all goes x

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    « Reply #136 on: 15/03/16, 12:03 »
    Ladies, can you have a hysto on a Saturday? Trying to figure out when I can fit one in and juggling work and someone to look after a teenager! Xx

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    « Reply #137 on: 15/03/16, 16:01 »
    Ladies, can you have a hysto on a Saturday? Trying to figure out when I can fit one in and juggling work and someone to look after a teenager! Xx

    Yes you can, but they get booked up quite far in advance (unless you get lucky with a last minute vacant slot). You would still need to be there the evening before for pre-op checks but these are done around the clock xxx

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    « Reply #138 on: 15/03/16, 18:08 »
    Hi everyone having my hysto tomorrow, just did pre op checks, the mitera hospital seems very nice. If anyone else is out in Athens and fancies meeting up tomorrow for dinner/coffee let me know.

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    « Reply #139 on: 21/03/16, 10:34 »
    Hi all
    Im goin to Athens on Sunday with dh for our consultation on Monday. We have both been on the antibiotics (just finished) an I'm unsure if I will be having the hysto (most likely is wot I'm told) wot do I expect or wot do I need? I've euros sorted just need to pack now. Ice asked my previous clinic for some info but they haven't came bk to me as I can't remember some details it's been 2 years almost since my second failed fresh icsi

    Any advice / help wud be very ugh appriciated

    Magicbaby x