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Is donor insemination available on the NHS?

By Michelle Lorraine Embleton B.Sc. Ph.D. (biochemist).
Last Update: 09/29/2022

Michelle Lorraine Embleton, biochemist at inviTRA, tells us in this video about the possibility of treatment on the NHS for same sex female couples. As Michelle explains:

The National Institue for Health and Care Excellence states that under certain circumstances donor insemination can be provided by the NHS. One of the requirements is that the couple has had 6 previous attempts at IUI before they become eligible. Treatment criteria vary from area to area and also there can be long waiting lists.

 Michelle Lorraine Embleton
Michelle Lorraine Embleton
B.Sc. Ph.D.
Biochemist
PhD in Biochemistry, University of Bristol, UK, specialising in DNA : protein intereactions. BSc honours degree in Molecular Biology, Univerisity of Bristol. Translation and editing of scientific and medical literature.
Biochemist. PhD in Biochemistry, University of Bristol, UK, specialising in DNA : protein intereactions. BSc honours degree in Molecular Biology, Univerisity of Bristol. Translation and editing of scientific and medical literature.