Thank you for the information, FrenchBulldogMom. My doctor said IVFMeds.com is the only overseas pharmacy he would use, so I will give them a try. I will keep SuccessMeds in mind for future treatments. Thanks, again.
I ordered from Freedom Fertility and they looked into coupons and programs and everything else to save me over $1,000, which was better than the other pharmacies. My drug costs were high, but it was for 12 different meds for me and one for DH. Menopur is one of them and it was at $73/ vial. Good luck!
Kris (30) DH (32) DD (4) 7 angels 10 total rounds of clomid, 2 of femara, and too many days of progesterone to count IUI 1 m/c IUI 2
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Report This| Share this:Looking for pharmacy for the best price on IVF MedsI ordered from Freedom Fertility and they looked into coupons and programs and everything else to save me over $1,000, which was better than the other pharmacies. My drug costs were high, but it was for 12 different meds for me and one for DH. Menopur is one of them and it was at $73/ vial. Good luck!
saracn,looking at the fact that you ordered the drugs from towndrugstore.com 10 months ago, was there any weirdness in the packaging etc. similarity to previous packages. any information would help. Thank you!
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