Update 09/02/16: Access Fertility has revised its pre-paid IVF plans since this content was published. Please click here to find out more.
If you’re hoping to have a baby via IVF, do you know if your local NHS authority will fund you? Not every Clinical Commissioning Group in England will fund the recommended three cycles of IVF, some don’t even fund it at all - the Vale of York Clinical Commissioning Group recently announced this month there would be no fertility treatment available for people in their area.
If you can’t get NHS IVF where you live because of funding cuts, or you don’t meet your local authority’s criteria to receive funding for your treatment, we can help you have a baby through a number of options, including our new Access Fertility programmes which give you cost-effective treatment combined with the maximum chance of success:
Access Fertility Refund:Available if you’re aged 37 or under using your own eggs, the Refund programme is the UK’s first ‘money-back’ guarantee for private IVF. You receive up to three cycles of IVF/ICSI at a substantial discount, with a 70% refund of fees if you don’t have a baby. Read more about the programme here.
Access Fertility Multi-Cycle:For anyone who needs IVF/ICSI up to the age of 42, Multi-Cycle gives you up to two cycles of IVF/ICSI again at a substantially discounted rate. Find out what it involves here.
Egg-sharing:If you’re aged 35 or under, and are a non-smoker, you could be an egg-sharer. You undergo your IVF cycle and donate half of the eggs we retrieve to our donors programme, allowing us to help other women to have a baby. In return, you receive your IVF cycle for £870 including all tests, scans and drugs. Click here to find out more.
We are committed to ensuring infertility treatment can be accessed by as many people as possible. If you’d like to start your treatment journey with us, you can do so straight away. We have no waiting lists for any of our treatments so you can get the help you need immediately. To start, please call our friendly team on 0161 300 2737.
Last updated: 20th January 2020