You are too old to have IVF, NHS tells men over 55: Experts warn treatment is being 'rationed' despite age not affecting their chances of having a baby

Fertility experts have warned the NHS is ‘rationing’ IVF for older men, despite evidence that age does not affect their chances of having a baby.
Couples who want IVF face strict criteria, with most women aged over 40 unable to get fertility treatment on the NHS.
But some areas also ban men aged 55 from accessing assistance, with officials having considered a cut-off of 40.
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8 January 2018 in Health, Views: 42
Source: Daily Mail
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