Feeling uncharacteristically hopeful after stumbling upon a refund-based IVF financing plan. “Have a baby, or your money back” the tag-line screams.
The small print explains that you can receive a 90% refund if treatment is unsuccessful; ‘success’ being defined as having a ‘live birth’. The catch? If your first treatment is successful, you could have shelled out £14,500 for the privilege of the aforementioned, ‘live’ baby.
I eagerly fill out the contact form, excited to put into place a seemingly fail-safe back-up plan. Maybe I just need to think more positively and in turn, be rewarded by the universe?