Flower78's link - thanks for that).
There are risks to the treatment. We know there are some risks going in - but maybe we don't know all the long term risks, probably in part because IVF's only been around for 35 years or so, and medications and protocols change all the time.
So patient's choices and doctor's recommendations are not without risks. It's not simply a matter of saying if people want the treatment and want to pay for it, go for it, no harm done, except to the bank balance. Numerous cycles of IVF are likely to have a health impact of some sort. They mentioned a woman who had 37 cycles - I wonder how she's doing now. At what point should doctors tell vulnerable patients (and who undergoing fertility treatment is not to some degree vulnerable) no more... So many issues to consider.
Has anyone else been told by their FS - no more?