It seems that the reproductive tourism in Spain, lately, has soared. When I say reproductive tourism, I talk about foreign couples that come to our country looking for a pregnancy and, most of the cases, or 100%, are looking for gamete donation, whether eggs, sperm, or both.
That great affluence to Spain is not just because our pregnancy rates are better, but because the Spanish Assisted Reproduction law, regarding gamete donors, is much more restrictive than in other countries.
In places like the United Kingdom, Sweden, Austria, for example, they do not have anonymity for these donors and that make people think about it, not just for donating, but also for receiving because what someone does in an specific period of his/her life for an specific reason, should not follow him/her for the rest of his/her life.
The Reproduction Unit of Clínica Vistahermosa is developing its Egg Donation Program for several years, solving sterility problems to countless patients with an evolutionary pregnancy rate higher than 60%.