The House of Commons is meeting today (Thursday, January 19) to debate the decommissioning of in vitro fertilisation and other NHS fertility services.
This could mean that women who rely on the NHS funding to undergo IVF treatment to conceive might have to pay if they are to have a second chance at starting a family.
Private treatment cost of £6,000 per cycle, with about a one in three chance of success.
Difficulty conceiving is a problem that affects around one in seven couples in the UK.
The National Institute for Clinical Excellence (NICE) recommends that couples who have been unsuccessful in conceiving after two years should be offered three full cycles of in vitro fertilisation (IVF) for women under 40, and one cycle for women between 40 and 42.
However, these are guidelines, and Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGs) are not legally required to implement them.
A national audit carried out in 2015 found that more than eight in ten CCGs in England do not comply with the NICE guidelines on IVF treatment.
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