Since our beginning, more than 75 years ago, we have been pioneers in Spain by introducing most of the progresses that are nowadays driving scientific research, diagnosis and reproduction medicine treatments.
Our excellent success rates support our leadership in reproduction medicine’s field. Moreover these results are recognised by the prestigious records of the Generalitat (Catalan Government) and the Spanish Fertility Society (Sociedad Española de Fertilidad).
In order to make it easier to our international patients to accede our treatments, our International Department offers a full and customized patient care in their language.
Early menopause, loss of ovarian function due to chemotherapy, removal of the ovaries, or advanced age are just some of the reasons why a woman may be physically unable to become a mother. Now, however, egg donation has changed the situation. This technique allows eggs to be transferred from one woman to another (donor and recipient): the donor egg is inseminated and implanted in the uterus of the recipient.
Surrogacy, better known as "womb for rent", is a matter that the Spanish government intends to address during this parliamentary term. This was announced by Spanish Minister of Justice, Rafael Catalá, who stated that sooner or later the government will have to begin to regulate this new social reality.
Women’s Health Dexeus launches a new online tool to be closer to you. We welcome Zoom Dexeus Woman, a newsletter that aims to catch up on the news from our centre, keep up to date with the latest developments we offer you and give information that may be interesting for you.
We hope that you will find our proposals attractive!