Waterstone Clinic has a specialised pharmacist that you can meet at the Clinic if you have any questions about your medications.
We recommend Santry’s Pharmacy in Cork as they are specialists for fertility medications. We can also arrange to have your medications delivered to the Cork clinic by Santry’s should you wish.
Irish residents can also access financial support for their medications through the Drugs Payment Scheme. Drugs used as part of fertility treatment are covered under this scheme. There is a maximum charge of €124 in a calendar month (paid to the pharmacy of your choice) and the balance of the cost will be covered by the government. From September 2020, the monthly charge will reduce to €114 as part of Budget 2020.
|Ireland’s First MicroTESE birth||Jan-17|
|Ireland’s First PGS Birth||Oct-15|
|Ireland’s First PGD Birth||Jun-14|
|First clinical PGD Pregnancy||Nov-13|
|PGD first introduced||Oct-12|
|Vitrification freezing technique introduced||Apr-12|
|Embryo donation introduced||Oct-11|
|Birth of first babies (twins) from an egg donation pregnancy||Nov-06|
|Birth of first baby after ICSI with surgically obtained sperm||Apr-04|
|Birth of first baby after Frozen Embryo Transfer||Nov-03|
|Birth of first IVF twins||Jun-03|
|Birth of first IVF baby||May-03|
|Birth of first ICSI baby||Mar-03|
|First egg collection||Jul-02|