The level of fertility treatment available to women on the NHS in parts of Hampshire is to be reviewed by health specialists.
Currently, women in the county up to the age of 35 are only entitled to one cycle of IVF. That's against the guidelines of the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence which says women - up to the age of 42 - should be given three chances.
Public feedback on the plans is to be considered alongside the recommendations of clinicians.
ITV Meridian spoke to Dr David Chilvers from the local Clinical Commissioning Group.
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