I don’t know. I was considered “overweight” when I froze my eggs in my 30s. But I was 150. And I’m 5”8. BMI doesn’t take everything into consideration.
Hi. Rats, they require a specific BMI to get funding? Clinics will do IVF on obese women here (in states) although it is more difficult to conceive through fertility treatment (same with natural conception too, being optimal weight always makes it easier). Here's an article on it. https://www.medicaldaily.com/ivf-more-complicated-obese-women-overweight-women-require-different-medication-doses-normal-weight They require a bit more work to get the hormones right and being obese is a riskier in terms of full term pregnancy as well.
So, I'm working on my BMI too. How far outside of the range are you? Would it make sense to work on this before undergoing IVF to give yourself the best chance of success? I actually was underweight when I was trying to conceive before my first pregnancy. (sigh, those days are long gone and now I'm the opposite). One of the recommendations from my doctor was to gain some weight to aid in conceiving. So, maybe giving yourself a chance to get closer to your BMI target would make sense especially if it means funding verses no funding. IVF is very expensive otherwise.