Our society has changed in recent decades and therefore it is no longer an anecdote to meet single women undergoing fertility treatments in order to fulfill their dream of getting pregnant, many women face their final fertile years without a steady partner with whom to have a child.

The full incorporation of women into the labor market, the couple breaks become more frequent and acceptance by society to be a single mother, encouraged these women to cope with motherhood alone throughout ivf process.

Phases

To start assisted reproduction treatment, we must first complete the medical history of the patient to be subjected to it and perform a gynecological examination. According to the results of the various analyzes, personal history and gynecological and women age we face different options:

  • Artificial insemination with donor sperm
  • IVF with donor sperm
  • In Vitro Fertilization with Oocyte Donation (Donor embryo adoption)
  • Embrioadoption

Fertility clinics in Spain

Medical Team

Susana Sempere - Gynaecology

Dr. Susana Sempere Ferri

Antonio Moya - Reproductive Medicine

Dr. Antonio Moya

Eva Moreno

Dr. Eva María Moreno Ruiz

Jose Manuel Lozano - Gynaecology

Dr. Jose Manuel Lozano

Romina Ramírez - Gynaecology

Dr. Romina Ramírez Melguizo

You know what…

  • According to the current legislation “Every woman over 18 years with full legal capacity may be the recipient or user of the techniques covered in this law regardless of their marital status and sexual orientation”.
  • According to the latest data from the Spanish Fertility Society, more than 1,500 women each year choose to use a donor to have a child and about 40% do so alone.
  • The application of assisted reproductive treatments by single women has increased by the difficulties that arise with national or international adoption.
  • The success rate of assisted reproductive techniques will depend on the treatment used. In general terms, ranging from 20% in the case of an artificial insemination up to 70% if both are gametes donation.
  • The choice of sperm donor can only be done by the medical-biological technique applies in any case be personally selected by the recipient. The medical team will aim to ensure greater phenotypic and immunological similarity of the samples available to the recipient woman. Remember that the law defines the donation of gametes and pre-embryos as a free, formal and confidential contract between the donor and the approved center.

Information about Fertility Treatments for single mothers in Spain