We spoke to one of our leading experts to assess the possibilities that have been opened up thanks to the development of a new device enabling us to analyse the quality of a sperm sample from home by means of a mobile app. Nobody knows the tests carried out in an assisted reproduction laboratory better than Dr. Aïda Pujol, who with over 15 years of experience, is in charge of one of the Eugin group's assisted reproduction laboratories.
After days, weeks, months and even years imagining, dreaming and waiting, the longed-for pregnancy test day arrives, and the result is not as expected. You're not pregnant. The disappointment is as strong as the hope that you had placed in the treatment. You feel empty, terribly empty and lost on this long journey that has now turned into a struggle.
Assisted reproduction undoubtedly changes the personality of women who resort to it. The couple also changes and motherhood will be marked by the fact that the parents struggled to bring it about, to have a family and obtain their little bundle of joy. And this struggle has positive points, even if it is hard to accept when we are midway through treatment.
Up till now, each of you has shared and moved us with the stories of your struggle to become mothers. It has been a pleasure how together, we have seen this venue of support and companionship among women from all over the world grow, and to be able to make our own small contribution. Thank you for your trust and support!
At Eugin, we are not just concerned about helping future mums to get pregnant; we are also concerned about the health of the child who is going to be born. For this reason, we offer all our patients the chance to undergo the Genetic Compatibility Test before starting their treatment.