Our IVF journey: One couple share their struggle
Every year, around fifty thousand women turn to infertility clinics in the hope of starting a family, but for around seventy percent of them, the treatment is unsuccessful.
Sophie Sulehria is a BBC Reporter. She and her husband Jonny Baker started trying for a baby in the spring of 2013. A year later they were told that they would not be able to conceive naturally due to Sophie's endometriosis. She was also told that she had premature ovarian failure; she had the egg count of a fifty year old. In 2014, they began IVF treatment. A little over three years and thirty thousand pounds later they embarked on what they knew would be their last chance at IVF.
They share their experience with Radio 4's PM
(Photo: Sophie Sulehria and Jonny Baker Credit: Sophie Sulehria)