If you are not eligible for NHS funding?
At Bourn Hall we understand that finding the money for funding IVF treatment can be a challenge and we like to offer as many options available as possible to help people achieve their dreams of starting a family.
After the consultation with the Fertility Consultant you will be given a costed treatment plan.
This can include: pay-as-you-go, so you pay for each test or treatment as it is required, or you can opt for an IVF treatment package. This excludes the cost of the initial consultation and testing and also the medication but does include all the treatments and procedures, making it easier to budget.
Bourn Hall also has a partnership with Access Fertility, this organisation provides packages of treatment that include a refund option if you are not ultimately successful.
There are also options if you choose to share some of the eggs or sperm that you produce while going through treatment. By donating some of your eggs or sperm you can reduce the cost of your own treatment. To do this you need to be under 35 and in good health with indications that you will produce a good number of eggs or good quality sperm.
Lee Willmot is the Patient Services Manager at Bourn Hall Clinic. She says: “Our doctors will always talk to you about the range of treatments available to you and give you their best and honest advice for which is most appropriate for your circumstances. There is counselling available to help with your choices and Patient Services are here to talk through financial implications.”