Proposed changes to access to fertility treatment for people living in north east London
 
Have your say by 11.59pm on 22 August 2022
 
 
What do you think about our proposed policy?

We want to know what you think about the changes we are proposing for people who need NHS help to have a baby.  
 
You don’t have to answer the whole survey if you don’t want to – giving your views will help shape our final policy and how we make people aware of it.
 
Please read our engagement document to understand what the main changes to the proposed policy are before answering the survey.
 
You can read the engagement document and the full proposed policy on our website: www.northeastlondonccg.nhs.uk/fertility

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* 1. What do you think about our plan to introduce a single, updated fertility policy across all of north east London (please select one)

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* 2. What do you think of the proposed eligibility criteria for NHS funding of assisted conception treatments (see page 11 of the engagement document)? (please select one)

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* 3. What do you think about our plans for IVF treatment (see page 12 of the engagement document)? (select the statement that best matches your views for each)

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Increase to three full IVF cycles for people trying to get pregnant aged 39 and under
Increase to one full cycle for people trying to get pregnant who are aged 40, 41 and 42
Additional eligibility criteria for IVF

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* 4. What do you think about our plans for intrauterine insemination (IUI) treatment (see page 14 of the engagement document)? (select the statement that best matches your views for each)

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Fund six cycles of IUI for people who are eligible
The change to groups of people who are eligible for NHS funded IUI treatment 
Introduce additional eligibility criteria for IUI

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* 5. What do you think about our proposal for funding donor sperm and eggs (see page 15 of the engagement document)? (select the statement that best matches your views for each)

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Funding donor eggs
Conditions for which donor eggs are funded
Funding donor sperm
Conditions for which donor sperm are funded

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* 6. There are practical and logistical barriers to the NHS funding of donor sperm and eggs, some of which are outlined in the engagement document. We would like your views, suggestions, and feedback on how we could approach funding of donor eggs and sperm. (select the statement that best matches your views for each)

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Have a spending limit for buying donor sperm and eggs
Use donor sperm and eggs from abroad due to a shortage of UK sperm donors
Use donor sperm and eggs from the UK only, because they may be less expensive
Keep the requirement for a person or couple trying to get pregnant to pay for the donor sperm or eggs

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* 7. If you would be interested in providing further feedback on our approach to funding the use of donor sperm and eggs, please provide your contact details:

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* 8. What do you think about our proposals for NHS funding of storing eggs, sperm and embryos for fertility preservation (see page 18 of the engagement document)? (select the statement that best matches your views for each)

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If you are aged 31 or under the NHS will fund to store eggs/sperm/embryos up until your 43rd birthday for eligible people
If you are aged 32 and over the NHS will fund to store eggs/sperm/embryos to be stored for 10 years for eligible people
Conditions for which fertility preservation is funded

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* 9. What do you think about our proposals for ovarian reserve criteria (see page 19 of the engagement document)? (please select one)

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* 10. The engagement document aims to explain the most significant changes to the current fertility policies. Our full proposed policy, which would mostly be used by clinicians so they know who is eligible for treatment, is available on our website - www.northeastlondonccg.nhs.uk/fertility.

Is there anything else about our proposals you want to tell us?

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* 11. Are you receiving, or have you or your partner received medical treatment to help to try to have a baby? (please select as many as are relevant)

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* 12. If you would like us to tell you when we have finalised our fertility policy, please write your name and email address in the box below. We will keep your details safe and won’t share them.

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