Sunday, February 11, 2007

Younger women denied IVF | UK News | The Observer

Younger women denied IVF | UK News | The Observer: "Young women are being denied test tube baby treatment until their late thirties under NHS rationing plans, even though age sharply reduces their chances of conceiving a child.

The move means even couples diagnosed early with fertility problems are being told to wait years before they can have IVF. A 39-year-old's chances of conceiving through the treatment are only half those of a woman under 35."

This is one of the reasons why so many couples from the UK come to India for IVF treatment. They cannot afford to waste precious time on a waiting list !

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