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    We welcome Mercedes Molina to our team

    We welcome Mercedes Molina to our team. She is an embryologist specialised in Assisted Reproduction techniques and HCPC (The Health and Care Professions Council) registered clinical embryologist. In her carree, she has achieved the dream of many families with her work in public and private clinics, where she has obtained a very wide experience in all type of procedures and in the newest techniques. She starts her new position at HC Fertility Marbella, fullfilled of hapiness and professionalism, after being working in different clinics from United kingdom (Wessex Fertility, Simply Fertility y ACU Guy麓s Hospital) and from Spain (CARHA, Son Espases Hospital, Ja茅n Hospital, Virgen de las Nieves Hospital).   WELCOME, MERCEDES!  

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    40 a帽os ser mama fertilidad

    40, the new age to become a mom

    According to a study carried out by INE (National Statistics Institute), in Spain, in this past year of 2020, 5,972 women aged 40 gave birth compared to 3,830 babies born to 25-year-old mothers. For a few years we have been seeing how the statistics are reversed: if in the past, the average age to become a mother was 25 years old, now as a result of labor and social changes, women delay their motherhood. The delay of maternity carries some benefits, without a doubt, such as: psychological maturity, in most cases the step can be given by greater economic, personal and work stability, etc. But as we already know, the mother麓s age can also represent possible problems, such as the decrease in the chances of getting pregnant naturally, due to the quality and quantity of oocytes.

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    International Fertility Day

    Unfortunately, infertility problems are increasing between our families and friends, according to data published by the SEF (Spanish Fertility Society). One in five Spanish couples is affected by infertility, and this rate will continue to rise to one in four couples in a couple of years (estimated data). Around 800,000 Spanish couples currently have fertility problems.  

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