Can you tell me if the purpose of the NHS is to alleviate illness where possible back to how people would be without it?????? Am I wrong?
So when a heterosexual couple don't have infertility (it is recognised as an illness right???) they have a 25% chance of conceiving so if IVF in some clinics has a success rate of not just getting to embryo transfer but to take home baby rate of 50% then isn't that a 200% success rate??
So if they just measured getting to embryo transfer as a successful cycle because they've then restored the balance to that of not having infertility then maybe it would be easier to make people understand that many of us who need help to have a family aren't choosing to do it, aren't doing lifestyle choices, don't have an option, don't even want to do it and I think many of us have lots of better ways we'd rather spend our money.
Yes we want a family, but we also want to know our illness has been treated to give us a fair chance of conception which should rightfully be funded by the NHS.
So many people judge our decisions, I am not happy!
And if one more person says to adopt I think I might get carted off somewhere. Rant over, sorry.