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Hello,

I'm 46 and going to OLGA Fertility for egg donor treatment after natural pregnancies ended in miscarriage, IVF in the U.K. with own eggs etc. sure that if you're on this forum, you have had some experience of the struggles.
After a year's research after my filed IVF (also made longer due to Covid), I've finally settled with OLGA, which, although more expensive than other clinics, has so far offered a great level of care, personalisation and advice compared to the other clinics.

I would be very grateful to hear about your experience with OLGA clinic! 

My main question is actually regarding travel insurance from the U.K. for my partner and me. I was asked to purchase travel insurance with cover to minimum €30,000. I have browsing around and I am not sure at all how to proceed. Could anyone suggest an insurance provider? I was excited to have found www.sureinsurance.co.uk offering specific fertility travel abroad insurance (Medical travel shield), but they confirmed that they cannot provide it for Russia....

Thanks!
 

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it's awesome news that you can continue your treatment. Have you asked your clinic to provide you information regarding insurance? They might be more knowledgeable and recommend insurance companies that provide insurance you need. Good luck
 

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Hello,

I just came across this post as I’m currently considering Olga Fertility as our next clinic.

Woppet74 - how did you get on with them? Have you had success? Would love to hear about your experience with them. :) Feel free to private message me if you prefer.

Many thanks. x
 

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Hi Niknik, I saw the original post on this thread and thought it might be a plant from OLGA clinic itself.  Just the language that was used etc. Plus the OP has only made one post.

I checked out OLGA previously and they have a very slick marketing machine. They target Scandinavian clients who obviously have the funds to pay more.  Their ED cost is twice that of NGC.  Their database of donors is not as extensive as NGC and as far as I remember they don't offer an identifiable option which NGC does.  They do seem good, judging from their testimonials, but if I was you I'd check out NGC also if you haven't already.

 

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Hi SanFrancisco,

Thanks for your reply.

Hmmm, yes, you may be right with your thoughts.  ???

Thanks so much for the info and sure, I'll check out NGC as well.  :)

Have you decided on a clinic yet? Feel free to PM me if easier. x

 

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In my opinion, it's not easy to say what clinic is better looking only at their prices. Both clinics are based in SP, and we might assume that both are interested in patients from Scandinavian countries. Although, it's good to know which clinic is certified, has more modern lab, what qualifications their docs have, what success rates they get etc. It might happen than a clinic is more restrictive to their donors, so their base has less donors but they are the best in the region.
 
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