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Always♥Faithful 2 kids; CHERRY POINT, North Carolina 21639 posts
20th Mar '12
Quoting Raptor Jesus:" She thinks her doctor will tell everyone and she doesn't want anyone knowing she's wanting fertility ... [snip!] ... does not want more children right now. That's what I've gotten from the last few pages at least. Correct me if I'm wrong! "

Same..and from the info about her husband and financial situation from her last thread posted not too longer before this one.

user banned 2 kids; Indiana 12251 posts
20th Mar '12
Quoting Raptor Jesus:" She thinks her doctor will tell everyone and she doesn't want anyone knowing she's wanting fertility ... [snip!] ... does not want more children right now. That's what I've gotten from the last few pages at least. Correct me if I'm wrong! "


you must be right because i've deciphered the same shit.

Suuuper TTC since Dec 2011; California 1266 posts
20th Mar '12
Quoting ♥Mona Lisa:" <blockquote><b>Quoting Suuuper:</b>" What she said made perfect sense to me she ... [snip!] ... but i would have had to pay out of pocket for fertility meds"</blockquote> Why wouldn't your dr prescribe it to you?"



Government insurance does not pay for fertility meds I could have gotten a prescription (but paid out of pocket for it) I did not need fertility meds I was just there being that I had female issues ... so I had to get labs done which was covered but fertility meds are not



I would have had to pay

thereandbackagain Japan 106 posts
20th Mar '12
Quoting Raptor Jesus:" She thinks her doctor will tell everyone and she doesn't want anyone knowing she's wanting fertility ... [snip!] ... does not want more children right now. That's what I've gotten from the last few pages at least. Correct me if I'm wrong! "



Again you are assuming, i don't want him going around telling people i'm on fertility meds which is just what i got done saying i am a woman i do not want my private info out there.



And my husband and me are not TTC at the moment we will be as soon as we can get our debt under some kind of control, which should be soon when we do get it under control we will get a RE i have state insurance because i have a number of health issues.

Suuuper TTC since Dec 2011; California 1266 posts
20th Mar '12
Quoting therewillbefireworks:" Again you are assuming, i don't want him going around telling people i'm on fertility meds which ... [snip!] ... be soon when we do get it under control we will get a RE i have state insurance because i have a number of health issues."


Right, just seems like you have crappy governement insurance stuck with a Dr and are checking things out for when you are able to get TTC, ehh seems pretty simple to me



but whatever hope they switch you soon I know how it is

♥Mona Lisa Due June 9; 1 child; New Carlisle, Ohio 11880 posts
20th Mar '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting Suuuper:</b>" Government insurance does not pay for fertility meds I could have gotten a prescription (but paid ... [snip!] ... that I had female issues ... so I had to get labs done which was covered but fertility meds are not I would have had to pay"</blockquote>



Woopie doo? I had to pay for everything out of pocket. And I'm assuming you had to pay for the clomid you bought off the internet yet?

Suuuper TTC since Dec 2011; California 1266 posts
20th Mar '12
Quoting ♥Mona Lisa:" <blockquote><b>Quoting Suuuper:</b>" Government insurance does not pay for fertility ... [snip!] ... doo? I had to pay for everything out of pocket. And I'm assuming you had to pay for the clomid you bought off the internet yet?"


wait what?



I did not get fertility meds off the internet and i am not complaining lol i had governement insurance when i was way younger lol this is a long time ago i am now married with real insurance and paid for my own treatment after yrs of dealing with endometreosis



i was a teenager and my gyn just so happen to be a fertility specialist i got NO fertility assistance back then just labs which helped diagnose me so i think you misunderstood i was just giving the OP my experience with government insurance



so ... again what

♥Mona Lisa Due June 9; 1 child; New Carlisle, Ohio 11880 posts
20th Mar '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting Suuuper:</b>" wait what? I did not get fertility meds off the internet and i am not complaining lol i had governement ... [snip!] ... i am now married with real insurance and paid for my own treatment after yrs of dealing with endometreosis so ... again what"</blockquote>



Aren't you the person who early in the thread said you took clomid you weren't prescribed?

Suuuper TTC since Dec 2011; California 1266 posts
20th Mar '12
Quoting ♥Mona Lisa:" <blockquote><b>Quoting Suuuper:</b>" wait what? I did not get fertility meds off ... [snip!] ... again what"</blockquote> Aren't you the person who early in the thread said you took clomid you weren't prescribed?"


no.. got meds from the internet regular meds not fertility meds i did treatments through an OB again i was just giving the OP my experience with government inurance i was a kid lol back then .. it was a long time ago

♥Mona Lisa Due June 9; 1 child; New Carlisle, Ohio 11880 posts
20th Mar '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting Suuuper:</b>" no.. got meds from the internet regular meds not fertility meds i did treatments through an OB again ... [snip!] ... an OB again i was just giving the OP my experience with government inurance i was a kid lol back then .. it was a long time ago"</blockquote>




Sorry. I misunderstood. But I have real insurance, and still had to pay for everything out of pocket. I can't believe people buy clomid online. Its on the 9 dollar list at walmart for crying out loud.

thereandbackagain Japan 106 posts
20th Mar '12

WOW now im off to walmart did not know that, thanks for the tip.

♥Mona Lisa Due June 9; 1 child; New Carlisle, Ohio 11880 posts
20th Mar '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting therewillbefireworks:</b>" WOW now im off to walmart did not know that, thanks for the tip."</blockquote>



That's with a prescription darling.

Suuuper TTC since Dec 2011; California 1266 posts
20th Mar '12
Quoting ♥Mona Lisa:" <blockquote><b>Quoting Suuuper:</b>" no.. got meds from the internet regular meds ... [snip!] ... everything out of pocket. I can't believe people buy clomid online. Its on the 9 dollar list at walmart for crying out loud."


Yeah I bought diet pills lost a ton of weight and pain pills off a popular pharmacy site .. had no issues but I can see how people would be cautious of it

thereandbackagain Japan 106 posts
20th Mar '12

This is why people go online because lots of people do not get to see a Dr insurance is expensive so how will they get an prescription? most people do not have insurance, so you go online and get it



i'm watching ladies do this on youtube right now

♥Mona Lisa Due June 9; 1 child; New Carlisle, Ohio 11880 posts
20th Mar '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting therewillbefireworks:</b>" This is why people go online because lots of people do not get to see a Dr insurance is expensive so ... [snip!] ... prescription? most people do not have insurance, so you go online and get it i'm watching ladies do this on youtube right now"</blockquote>




I had insurance and still had to pay for everything out of pocket. Its so incredibley dangerous to screw around with fertility medication without being monitored. Like I said, I could of died or lost an ovary. And IMO, if you can't afford to pay the fertility doctor then maybe you shouldn't be trying to get pregnant. I know from experience how inexpensive it can be to see an RE, and I also know how expensive it can get depending on the severity of the condition. My husband and I had to sacrafice a lot to be able to afford our treatments. We aren't rich at all, but we found a way to pay for it all.