One of the countries, where fertility treatments with donor sperm is not as widely known, is France.
Because of that, we were asked if we would inform women in France about the possibilities of having the treatment in another country – Denmark for example.
This became a seminar in Paris, established by the fertility clinic Vitanova.
One of the participants from this event wrote the following email to us afterwards:
“At the first meeting in Paris, we were given the opportunity to learn more about the fertility treatments offered by a fertility clinic in Copenhagen, as well as about the different types of donors. The meeting was co-facilitated by two midwives from the fertility clinic and by the European Sperm Bank sperm donor coordinator.
In a warm and caring environment, the participants could ask all the questions they had, share their experiences and motivations for those who wished, and learn about the practical aspects of insemination, IVF and of the process of choosing and buying donor sperm. A small presentation of the tools used for insemination was also made by one of the midwives.
This evening, rich in exchanges, allowed everyone to leave with a better visibility of the possibilities offered by the fertility clinic and the specific process of the different stages, from the preliminary interview to the birth of the child.”
We share knowledge
European Sperm Bank host and participate in seminars all over Europe. Last fall, we were in Copenhagen and Stockholm, and this year we hope to visit many more cities.
We know what questions and concerns you may have about your insemination and sperm donor. Every year, we give advice and talk to thousands of women and couples from more than 80 countries. You can talk to us about all topics like choosing a donor, screenings and tests, and how to talk to your child about the donor.
We are here to help you – so feel free to contact us.
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//posted by Stinne, Client Service Manager at European Sperm Bank