The Health Ministry has adopted recommendations made by the National Council of Midwives and Gynecologists regarding IVF treatment for infertility, Maariv/nrg reports.
The new guidelines will mean that women aged 39-42 can begin government-funded IVF treatment more quickly. However, the guidelines also call to limit IVF treatment for women over the age of 42.
The Council of Midwives and Gynecologists has advised that limiting government-funded IVF for women over age 42 could actually increase their chances of pregnancy, by freeing up funding for egg donation – a treatment option which doctors say has a higher chance of success for that age group than IVF alone.
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