IVF on NHS
to qualify for IVF on the NHS you need to have fertility problems, no children and a partner with no children. what i don't understand is why women with infertility problems and a partner who already has a child or children, are not aloud to have treatment on the NHS. what about the feelings of a women in this situation. they still are not parents. just because they are classed as a step mum doesn't mean that you have a say or even see that child. which i respect. i think its disgusting that the NHS can take a dream away so easily. i think every women should have the chance to become a mother if they want.
This Friday Mexican night at The Black Bull, Burton Pidsea, Two...View details
Indulge with our delicious range of specially selected Mexican dishes available from 5pm to 8:30pm this Friday 21st June. Traditional evening menu also available.
Terms: Friday the 21st June only, from 5pm to 8:30pm. Minimum 2 people dining.
Contact: 01964 770402
Valid until: Saturday, June 22 2013