Last week, I wrote to my MP about support for fertility treatment in my local area (http://infertility.healthunlocked.com/blogs/29504/Ive-written-to-my-MP)
The response is as follows:
I can, of course, only imagine your distress and disappointment but I sympathise entirely with your situation. I note that XXX PCT is not as generous as others in providing IVF treatment. I do incline to the view that treatment available on the NHS should be equally accessible wherever one lives but, while these decisions are made locally, there will inevitably be some variations. I will continue to follow the debate as it evolves over equality of treatment and will of course very much bear your points in mind.
So, basically, as long as my area doesn't fall too far behind, I'm not going to do anything about it. He's right also that we are stuck with there being national guidance but local discretion, and there isn't an easy way to overcome this.