If you want to be a mother and you do not have a male partner or your partner is female, you can still opt for artificial insemination. This is legal in Spain and included in the current Spanish legislation, Law 14/2006 article 6 on Human Assisted Reproduction Techniques:

“Any woman aged 18 or over and with full use of her faculties may receive or use the techniques regulated by this Law, provided she has freely, consciously and expressly given her written consent.
Any woman may use or receive the techniques regulated by this Law, regardless of her marital status and sexual orientation.”

At the Eugin Clinic we can help you fulfil your dream of becoming a mother.

What are my options?

Depending on your age and medical history, we will recommend one of the following treatments:

In vitro fertilisation

Own eggs and donor sperm

In vitro fertilisation with your own eggs and sperm from the sperm bank is a laboratory technique consisting of fertilising previously harvested eggs with sperm from an anonymous donor.

In vitro fertilisation

Donor eggs and donor sperm

In vitro fertilisation with donor eggs and donor sperm is a laboratory technique consisting in placing previously harvested donor eggs with donor sperm; both donors remain anonymous.

Artificial Insemination (AID)

Donor sperm

Artificial insemination with donor sperm consists of placing sperm obtained from a sperm donor inside the uterus.

Last Updated: May 2017