Really need ivf help!(5 Posts)
Stacey2007 Tue 28-May-19 20:25:48
Persipan Tue 28-May-19 20:42:35
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Hi everyone me and my partner are going to go for ivf..... I’ve read online that with “care fertility... you get unlimited try’s it if doesn’t work first time for 2 years? Seems a little too good to be true to me? Has anyone been with these ?
That looks like one of the Access Fertility packages - various clinics partner with them. You'd have to pass a medical review to be eligible (i.e. they want to be pretty confident of it working), and the upfront cost is likely to be quite high. (A spot of googling suggests it starts at £9k).
I did the access fertility 3 cycle 50% refund program via my clinic. I'm so glad I did it, it took to worry of paying for every little thing (although drugs aren't included). The whole thing is gamble really, you might overpay if it works early on, or save a lot if it doesn't.
It’s access fertility programme that gives you ‘unlimited tried’ for two years but a massive up front cost and strict medical criteria to meet.
That’s Access Fertility and yes it is massively discounted (but then all their packages are compared to the full cycle cost at Care) but comes with age and medical conditions.
Their refund programmes all come with a refund guarantee if you don’t have a live baby by the end of it which is often enough to (at least) pay for another cycle.z
I bought their 3 cycle refund programme for 13k which is what the cost is for 1.5 cycles at Care. Drugs are not included bu they aren’t with Care either. Only thing is if you have a live baby then you don’t get your money back but it’s still value for money