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Fertility in lesbian couples. How to decide which one will be the implanted mother?

Perhaps you both want to experience motherhood and be biologically involved in the process.

You might also want some advice on who’s having the baby or you may be looking for the best chance of becoming pregnant.

In both cases, fertility testing can be a solution for lesbian couples.

The fertile life

The most fertile window begins at around 20 years old, although ovulation has begun at about 14 years old.

At 30, female fertility starts declining.

First, it does so slowly, and by 36, the process accelerates considerably. So by the time you decide to have children, realise you can afford them, discussed it in depth with your partner and you’re both ready, it may already be too late for your biological clock. That fertile window might have closed.

Not all women are built the same, so if you are shocked by the statistics, keep on reading.

Here are some fertility factors for lesbian couples!

 

Fertility indicators

Ovarian reserve

Since before we are born, we are sexual beings.

In the case of women, we come into the world with a number of oocytes, which we can use during our lifetime. These are the ones that allow us to become pregnant, but they are available in a limited capacity, and we will never be able to produce new oocytes.

Menstruation is proof of how our body is prepared for pregnancy. Regardless of menstruation, contraceptive use or pregnancies, the number of oocytes will decrease over time.

Aging can damage the genetic material of your eggs. It’s a natural process, but if you want to stop the rate at which this happens, you can do a lot of things! You can stop smoking and drinking alcohol and start having better stress management techniques. We suggest you try this sometime.

We are sure you’ll notice it in your physical and mental health too!

 

The state of the uterus

The following fertility tests can be useful for lesbian couples in determining the morphology of their uterus and ovaries: transvaginal ultrasound, hysteroscopy, and endometrial biopsy.

Having a pregnancy plan is important in order to prevent miscarriages or difficulties in embryo implantation due to changes in the uterus. Testing is only one part in achieving a successful pregnancy.

 

The state of the fallopian tubes

Project baby is already underway, so it is important to consider that the fallopian tubes are another reference for fertility in lesbian couples. In fact, it is the first thing that is studied when pregnancy attempts are unsuccessful in heterosexual couples.

Appendicitis, peritonitis or varying levels of endometriosis may have affected the fallopian tubes. The recommended course of treatment is three natural or artificial inseminations before proceeding with a hysterosalpingogram.

This test uses x-rays to assess the level of permeability of the fallopian tubes and uterus. It can be somewhat uncomfortable since it consists of using a speculum in the vagina to clean it, and inserting a tube through it.

 

Now that you know about the fertility tests for lesbian couples, shall we start Project Baby? 

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What you need to know to become a lesbian mother

The decision has been made and you’re sure of it! You’re going to be lesbian mums together, but where do you start? Where do you go first? What methods are there?

We know you are full of questions and in this post we’re going to solve them all. We’re here for you!

 

Doctor’s visit

Now that you have made the decision to become a lesbian mother you should start by visiting a medical centre.

During this visit, you will undergo general health tests to measure your overall fitness. They will also test different fertility indicators, paying close attention to the ovarian reserve, which is very important to this process.

To ensure the quality of the oocytes, egg freezing is becoming more and more popular. This procedure guarantees that, regardless of the age at which you decide to get fertility treatments, the oocytes will be good quality.

 

Which method should you choose to become a lesbian mother?

Now that you know your health and fitness you have to decide which treatment or method to use to become a mom.

 

Traditional method

The traditional method of having sex with a man is one of the options for becoming a mother. However, it does not ensure effectiveness and is not ideal for lesbians.

 

Artificial insemination

This involves placing the fertile spermatozoa in the uterus at the time of ovulation. The success rate is between 15% and 30%, which is difficult, but not impossible.

 

In vitro fertilization

In this method the eggs are extracted from one of the mothers; they are fertilised in a laboratory and then put back into the mother’s uterus. It is complex, but it has a 60% success rate.

This option is the one most likely to succeed.

 

Reception of Oocytes from the Partner (ROPA)

The ROPA method is the same as in vitro fertilization, but fertilised eggs are introduced into the uterus of the other mother.

Using this method both of you will actively participate in the process of becoming biological mothers: one as a genetic mother and the other as a pregnant mother.

The success rate is 60%, and it gives you both the chance of being involved in the process.

It is certainly the best option to become a lesbian mother with your partner.

 

Legal advice

The legal aspects are also an important part of becoming a lesbian mother. By law, the donation of eggs and sperm is anonymous.

Since 2005, Spanish legislation has allowed gay marriage; this provides lesbians with the same equal rights as heterosexual couples in matters such as assisted reproduction.

Under law 14/2006 of May 26, all women of legal age, under free consent, may undergo an assisted reproduction technique regardless of their marital status or sexual orientation.

This law was amended to recognise that both mothers are the parents of a child born through assisted reproduction techniques, regardless of the marital status of the couple.

However, in the ROPA method, the couple’s situation is important. Since it is not an egg donation, but the use of your partner’s embryos.

The legislation clearly states that these can only be provided “by the woman or spouse”, and therefore you must be married.

This is not the case with other assisted reproduction techniques. However, the ROPA method carries a higher emotional burden for lesbian mothers than other procedures.

If you have any questions you can contact us or go to an LGBTI association to receive all the legal information on this subject.

 

What is your decision?

We know that there are many decisions to make, but the most important one has already been made: you want to be mums.

You should choose a method depending on your marital status, but remember that the most important thing is mutual support.

Once you have considered both your medical and relationship status, the next step is to choose which one of you will be the pregnant mother and which will be a genetic mother, or both, if you choose the ROPA Method.

Together you will begin one of the most beautiful journeys. It’s time; you’re ready.

How did you start? Tell us your experience!

Testimonial by Laura and Raquel, lesbian mums using the ROPA Method

Laura and Raquel’s story of their journey is full of optimism and positivity that can help encourage other couples to take the plunge into becoming lesbian mothers.

This process is never easy, but we have seen that the ROPA method has the advantage of using the highest quality eggs.

We would love to help you make your dreams come true. Just like ours came true.

Here is their story and also a beautiful photograph that they sent.

Testimonial by Laura and Raquel.

Hi, we are Laura and Raquel.

After years of enjoying each other’s company, we decided we wanted to start a family and share our love with a baby.

Being two girls the process itself is not as romantic as the original idea.

Since I’m a very positive person I was convinced that we would be successful on the first try, but then we got some devastating news.

Some years ago I had been an egg donor, and now at 38 years old, my anti-mullerian hormone level (AMH) was low. This indicates that either I have few or low-quality follicles.

Despite this, we decided to go ahead with a round of IVF, but it was unsuccessful.

After this disappointment, we weren’t so positive anymore. We decided to go in a different direction, so we contacted LESMATERNITY.

They recommended the clinic that they work with and we really liked the one-on-one treatment that they provide for homosexual couples. They are very detail oriented and adapt to what works for your family. It saved us a lot of headaches and mistakes like which medication to take, and when to take it in order to get the sperm ready.
We decided to give my eggs another try to see if even with the low anti-mullerian hormone it could work, but it was a no-go. So, we cancelled that round since it was just going to hurt our chances.
Then, they recommended that we try the ROPA method and we thought it was such a romantic notion of being able to share this maternity journey together.

Now we were both involved, one was going to knead the dough and the other was going to bake it.
After two failed attempts, we were revitalised. Now we had to wait.

The day we took the test it all started in the bathroom, we looked at it for what seemed like forever until the little screen read “pregnant”.

We couldn’t believe it! The stick was still trying to calculate how far along.

It seemed like maybe this time it was true!

While hugging and crying, we had every thought you can think of go through our heads, such as, the test was wrong and that it was just playing a prank on us, and that in a couple of weeks it would be negative. Our minds were racing.

Slowly we realised that it was true, that the test was right and we were beyond happy.

It was a perfect pregnancy! On the 40th week, this little baby arrived and he’s stolen our hearts.

It was an amazing experience, and we recommend it. Does it change your life? Yes. It’s a new stage in our lives, and now all the problems that we had in the beginning seem so far away. Every time I see his smile I know it was worth it!

Stay positive girls!

 

Laura, Raquel and Quim

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Why is egg freezing important if you’re a lesbian?

There have been a lot of rumours about egg freezing in recent years. Even though it’s becoming more and more popular, you may not fully understand it or you might need more information in order to wrap your head around it.

When is the best time to do it? Why is it so important?

We’ll clear up all your doubts.

 

What is egg freezing?

It is a process by which a woman’s oocytes are frozen when she is most fertile so that her eggs are more viable for a later pregnancy.

Therefore fertility is preserved since you can use them whenever you want. You can start the gestation process at any time knowing that there is a greater chance of success.

 

Why is egg freezing done?

Each woman is born with all the eggs she will have during her lifetime, approximately one million. Over the years, these oocytes are lost naturally little by little.

By freezing the eggs, a number of oocytes can be isolated and preserved which can then be used later. These will have the same quality that they had at the time of their extraction.

You can retrieve and use your eggs at any time, whenever is most convenient to you and due to this preservation method they will be exactly the same as when they were extracted.

You can be mothers when you decide!

 

How is it done?

The freezing system is based on vitrification: cooling the cells so fast that it prevents the formation of crystals. This method ensures a 90% egg survival rate.

According to Spanish law, frozen eggs can be used until the woman reaches the age of 50.

 

When is the best time to freeze your eggs?

The best window to freeze your eggs is between the ages of 20 and 35 since this is considered the best quality ovarian reserve. From 35 onwards everything suddenly changes because according to gynaecologists, at that age, 90% of the oocytes have been lost.

Today, 65% of the women who are freezing their eggs are between 35 and 39 years old, an age at which they have already started to experience a natural decline in the quality of their oocytes.

The chances that a woman will be able to give birth after the age of 38 are minimal. This is due to the fact that chronological age does not usually coincide with biological age.

That’s why we encourage you to do it as soon as possible.

 

Why should you freeze your eggs?

You never know what the future holds.

You could be at a stage in your life where you reject the notion of motherhood altogether. However, later you realise that you do want to become a mother, but have too many problems achieving it.

That is why egg freezing is a very successful technique.

We need to be in excellent health at the time of extraction, it’s important that you don’t delay this decision and go through with it as soon as possible.

In addition, certain medical treatments can cause irreversible damage to the eggs. By freezing them, we secure our chances of becoming mothers once we have overcome the disease.

 

What does egg freezing have to do with my sexual orientation?

Egg freezing indirectly affects you as a lesbian.

Of course, it is every woman’s decision regardless of her sexual orientation, but it is safe to say that lesbian women change partners more often. So, if your decision is to be a mother, make it happen. It doesn’t matter if it’s today or tomorrow. You’ll decide if you’ll be a single lesbian mother or if you will have a loving partner to share your motherhood with.

Freeze your eggs today so you can have your baby at the right time.

The quality of your eggs will play a huge part in increasing your chances of a successful pregnancy later when you decide to go ahead with an assisted reproduction procedure.

Your dreams of becoming a lesbian mum are closer due to egg freezing.

 

Are your eggs ready? What do you think of this process?

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Ovarian reserve: what we need to know about our eggs to become lesbian mothers

The ovarian reserve is considered as the number of eggs that a woman has at any given time, which in turn determines her level of fertility.

If your ovarian reserve is high you are much more likely to become pregnant through gestational methods.

Do you have any questions? We will answer them here.

 

Let’s start at the beginning

Each woman is born with a specific number of oocytes, close to one million, which is approximately halved at puberty.

In each menstrual cycle, only 400 to 500 oocytes reach ovulation and the rest are lost along the way.

The period of time in which a woman is most fertile (when there are good quality and quantity of oocytes) is between the ages of 16 and 30. From a physiological point of view, this is the ideal time to become a mum.

From 35 onwards pregnancy becomes more complicated as your ovarian reserve decreases eventually exhausting itself around 40 in menopause.

Some factors that can affect ovarian reserve are cancer treatments, obesity, environmental pollution, exposure to pesticides and toxins, stress and an unhealthy lifestyle.

 

What should we do to improve our ovarian reserve?

Even though our ovarian reserve deteriorates with age, specialists advise us that before becoming pregnant we:

  • lead a healthy life,
  • play sports
  • maintain a balanced nutrition.

We have to prepare ourselves, not only with fertilization methods, but also with good habits in order to become lesbian mothers.

Everything we do affects our bodies and we want our eggs to be in good shape to start an assisted reproduction method with our partner.

In order to increase your chances of becoming pregnant, it’s recommended that the one with the best ovarian reserve be the one who provides the egg in the ROPA method.

 

How do we measure ovarian reserve?

In order to measure the ovarian reserve women must undergo a hormonal profile:

*FSH: follicle stimulating hormone

A sex hormone that regulates the menstrual cycle, it’s released by the pituitary gland to stimulate ovarian development.

*AMH: anti-mullerian hormone

The ovary releases it where the egg develops.

*E2: estradiol

As the follicles develop, the release of estradiol increases, so by measuring this hormone we can assess the ovarian reserve.

*AFC: Antral follicles count

This test involves a transvaginal ultrasound where the accumulation of liquid in the inner cavity is measured. This gives us an approximate idea of a woman’s ovarian reserve.

 

Why is it important to measure the ovarian reserve?

Knowing the evolution of the ovarian reserve is fundamental in determining a woman’s reproductive potential.  

This lets us know in what way you will respond to ovarian stimulation treatments.

And if your eggs are great, why not help other moms-to-be? Have you heard of egg donation?

Don’t waste any more time. Shall we begin?

Testimonial by Laura and M. José

Laura and M. Jose are two lesbian mothers that used the ROPA Method.

Their dream of having a baby has come true. This is a feeling we are very familiar with and you could too.

They’ve sent us a family photo. Don’t they look ecstatic?

It’s such an amazing feeling for us to see your happy faces…

Here is their story. It’s very emotional.

 

Testimonial by two lesbian mums: Laura and M. Jose

 

I can’t believe how time flies. A year ago we had no idea how we would make our dream (BECOMING MUMS!) come true.

It’s a difficult process that is made easier when you find the right people who share their own experiences and journey with you.

That’s exactly what happened to us.

By accident, we stumbled on a website, Lesmaternity, and we got in touch with them. We met with Bea who explained everything about the ROPA Method and she referred us to a clinic where they treated us like family. They were different than other businesses that are usually insensitive to couples like us.

We scheduled our first appointment for October 3rd. We were nervous.

But, we left the clinic with a very positive attitude. We were so pleased that we decided to choose Lesmaternity to make our dreams come true.

We started the treatment and, after a couple of anxious days, we had the egg transfer. We really hoped that everything had gone well.

The worst part is the wait. The days feel longer! It’s hard to not get your hopes up, but your mind immediately goes there.

The day arrives… and… you want to look. But you don’t.

All these feelings rush in, it’s indescribable!

Finally, we took a peek and… POSITIVE!

Our dream! We got it! We couldn’t believe it! Anything is possible!

Our little Maria was born this year on the 4th of July, and she’s the best part of our lives.

We will never forget that thanks to people like Bea and Lesmaternity we can finally hold our dream in our arms. All I can say is: THANK YOU!

We encourage other couples like us to never give up. Sooner or later THE DREAM COMES TRUE!

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What is the ROPA Method? Here are the 5 stages

Do you know what the ROPA Method is? Do you know its stages?

It’s known as the preferred assisted reproduction method amongst lesbian couples, why?

The reason is that when using this method it’s possible for both partners to be biologically related to their baby. Doesn’t that sound romantic?

 

Whether you’ve never heard of it or have already read about it on our Facebook page, we will explain the stages of the ROPA Method in this post today.

 

What is the ROPA Method?

The ROPA Method is an artificial insemination procedure in which two women are biological mothers to the same baby.

It’s also known as double motherhood.

Basically, it consists of obtaining the eggs from one woman, fertilising them and implanting them into another.

 

That’s why we say that the ROPA Method is ideal for lesbian couples.

Both of you can be biological mothers: donor mother and implanted mother.

If you need more information about the ROPA method, here are some links to two posts we wrote that will clear things up:

About the ROPA Method

Legal requirements for registering the children of lesbian couples

 

What are the 5 stages of the ROPA Method?

 

1. Stimulation of the donor’s ovaries.

As in conventional in vitro fertilization, whoever has decided to be the egg donor must undergo ovarian stimulation.

This decision is very personal but it’s very important that the donor has the best quality of eggs possible.

If you have not yet decided to become a mother, but you know that you will in the future, we recommend that you freeze your eggs now. Ask us how to start that process.

 

2. Oocytes extraction.

When the follicles are the right size and there are enough oocytes, an appointment is scheduled to do a puncture extraction.

It’s done in the operating room with a sedative, so that you don’t have any discomfort. The entire procedure takes around 15 minutes.

We follow up and provide support whenever you need.

 

3. Egg fertilisation.

Once the eggs have been extracted, they are then fertilised with the sperm donor of your choice (it is always anonymous).

Specialists will monitor how they evolve until they consider it is the right time to implant them.

 

4. Hormonal treatment for the implanted mother.

While the fertilised eggs of the donor mother evolve, the implanted mother must also get ready for her part. The purpose of this process is to stimulate the endometrium so that it is the right size for conception.

 

5. Embryo implantation.

When the endometrium and fertilised eggs are ready, the transfer process begins. That is, the embryos are transferred to the uterus of the implanted mother.

It is important to note that this is done at the optimal time for the embryos and the endometrium and that’s why the probability of pregnancy is so high.

It’s done. Double motherhood is possible in a lesbian couple through the ROPA Method.

 

Now all you have to do it wait.

We have described the 5 stages of the ROPA Method but, if you have any more questions about it, please contact us.

We know what it feels like because we’ve been there before.

Come on! Go for it!

Who said you two couldn’t be mums to the same baby?

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Lesbian couples are asked for more requirements to register their children

What do you think of the title of this post? Over the top? Surreal?

The fact is:

 

At the registry office the amount of documentation and requirements needed is higher for a gay couple than for a straight couple.

 

Do you think we live in a society where homosexuality is a given?

Does the law really treat LGBT and heterosexual people equally?

 

A few months ago, a lesbian couple in Denia refused to hand in a certificate that the registry office claimed they needed in order to register their child.

That document is NOT something they ask heterosexual couples for.

 

What do lesbian mothers need to do in order to register their children?

Lesbian mothers must hand in a document issued by the reproductive clinic, which acknowledges that the pregnant mother has undergone an assisted reproduction procedure.

Lesbian couples must be married in order to register their children.

 

What about heterosexual couples?

In theory, heterosexual couples that have undergone assisted reproduction procedures should also be asked for this document.

That’s not the reality.

It is common practice that straight men come to register their children and don’t need to show any proof of paternity. The Registry Office assumes that these men are, in fact, the fathers.

Shockingly, no one questions this man’s identity with proof or documentation; it’s a different story when it comes to mothers. We must be married in order to register our children but, in the case of a man, anyone can go through this process without any documentation.

 

Why must we go through this?

The fact is that the law of Assisted Human Reproduction Techniques (14/2006) does not require that we present this certificate. Unfortunately, the reality is if you don’t you can’t register your child.

Can a person’s particular interpretation prevail over a written law?

Only few government officials don’t ask for “the document”. It happened to us in Barcelona. We had a lot of problems, but we will discuss that in another post.

 

Online registration

One of mothers from the Denia case says she tried to register her son online at the hospital, but it was impossible because the system didn’t recognise two mothers.

An irritating message appeared every time she tried: “case of unspecified exclusion”.

“Exclusion”

How would you feel if your family, your child or you were excluded, just because you were two lesbian mums?

We have a long way to go as lesbian mums and as an LGBT community in order to be able to register our children.

We will continue to fight for equality and love.

Have you encountered a similar situation or do you know someone who has?

Can you share your story?

Lesmaternity, testimonio de madres lesbianas.

Testimonial by Esther and Marta

Esther and Marta are a couple that got pregnant with the help of Lesmaternity.

They are happy and we couldn’t be more proud.  We love to see the happiness that this journey brought them.

Here they share with us their experience from last year, which was not as pleasant as they had hoped. Still, they prevailed. As they say, this isn’t over, it’s just begun!

This is their story (the names have been changed in order to respect their privacy).

Hi, we are two women that wanted to start a family just like any other couple out there. I’ll tell you about our journey
so far.

A year ago we started researching clinics. After a few interviews,  we decided to go with artificial insemination. The price included three rounds. The test results were excellent; the doctor said I had good odds
and I had three rounds… so I felt good. The only “negative” was my age: 36. I took my medication fairly well. Sometimes following the schedule was difficult because of work hours but the needle pricks and timing the shots wasn’t a problem.

The insemination procedure is very simple, it only takes about 10 minutes.The worst part is waiting for the next 15 days when you’re unsure as to whether or not you are pregnant. You can’t tell if what you’re feeling is normal: if you should or shouldn’t do certain things… it’s been the hardest part for me. When the date was nearing I was afraid of going to the bathroom in case I had started spotting.

We did a lot of research on the internet that made us more insecure, such as: every woman is different, it feels like you’re getting your period, relax, distract yourself …

All three rounds were the same for us: two days before I was supposed to take the pregnancy test I would get my
period. I’m not sure which time was more painful. It was disappointing but we couldn’t give up. I did the three rounds consecutively. The doctor kept giving me hope. On my last failed attempt the doctor said that I shouldn’t try for a fourth as it was pointless.

I guess when something like this happens when you can’t get pregnant, you want to blame someone and so I blamed my doctor. I didn’t like the way they handled things, it was cold. Maybe I was expecting more attentiveness or that they showed more interest during that 15 days wait, especially since I did three rounds. I don’t know.

We chatted with some friends who were also trying. They mentioned LesMaternity.

I contacted Beatriz and she recommended a clinic in Barcelona where she had her treatment and we headed there.
The way they handled things, their front desk, facilities… it was so much better than the first one we went to.

I gave them all my tests and they gave me two options: IVF or artificial insemination. We talked about the statistics and odds, and we decided we would go with IVF.

We didn’t want to have another failure.

Everything was different. More medication.

During the extraction, they removed many eggs and 10 looked good. We decided to use two in case one didn’t take,
even though the doctor said that one would be enough since everything had gone so well.

I had to wait until my next period because of the hyperstimulation procedure. Two weeks later we returned to the clinic for the embryo transfer.

For the next couple of days during this “waiting period” I felt very different than the other times. I still had my doubts.It was three days before our doctor’s appointment and since we knew that the medication I was taking prevented me from getting my period we decided to take a pregnancy test and yes +++++. Hugs, tears, calls…

We hardly slept that night (I did the test before and with the urine at night). The colour in the test was so dark that we already thought both embryos had taken. Two days later I took the test again… same dark colour. I called the doctor and we made an appointment for the first ultrasound in two weeks. But a week before I started spotting. All those old feelings started to rush back, fear, doubts. The third test was still positive… I called the doctor and got an earlier date for the ultrasound just to be safe.

We went back to the clinic.

It’s truly amazing when you see those two little babies inside you through that machine!
Yes, Yes. Two.

The doctor was right. We could see their hearts beating. Amazing!

We walked out of there that day with the first photo of our future children, though, we are still wary since now the 6-week wait starts.

That’s where we are. We are extremely happy and also a bit scared that it’s two of them but we can’t wait to confirm
it so that we can start buying things for them and get everything ready for their
arrival.

This is the story of our journey, but it doesn’t end here.

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Three benefits of using the ROPA method for lesbian mothers

Becoming a lesbian mother is possible through the ROPA method, which has great benefits for couples.

Sharing motherhood is a joint venture that makes couples very excited.

This strengthens your relationship and gives you both the energy you need to begin the process.

 

Some time ago, in this blog, we explained what this fertilisation method is.

Here is a three-step summary of the ROPA method used by lesbian couples:

  1. One of you begins with the process of a classic in vitro fertilization.
  2. The eggs are then fertilised with the donor’s sperm.
  3. Once fertilised, they are transferred to the other partner.

Have you experienced the benefits of using this method already? Tell us about it in the comments below.

Here are three benefits of using this method:

 

1. You’re both going to be mums.

You will have the same biological involvement: one will contribute the eggs and the other will carry the baby.

Imagine for a moment the feeling of knowing that you can both be biological mums. We know we smiled thinking about it.

 

2. Family approval of the baby

Even if your family has accepted your homosexuality and your desire to be a mum, this is not always the case for everyone.

Suppose one of you gets pregnant by conventional fertilization. It may be that the other partner’s family is not so happy that their daughter is not biologically involved in the process.

With the ROPA method they know that you will both be lesbian mothers and their grandchild, or grandchildren, will always be “just as much their own” as it is their “in-laws”.

 

3. Commonly used technique amongst physicians.

In Spain, the ROPA method has been used since 2005 when the law passed.

Therefore, doctors have been providing this treatment to lesbian mothers for more than 10 years.

So if you had any doubts as to whether this method is commonly used by them rest assured that it is.

If you decide to go down this road you should be aware that you might encounter some obstacles such as explaining it to your children.

This shouldn’t discourage you because the excitement of being a lesbian mother is a feeling you just can’t ignore and maternal instincts don’t distinguish between sexual orientation. It’s the same for all women.

The ROPA method allows you to share this fantastic dream with your partner. It helps you become lesbian mothers.

 

Go ahead, the world is yours!