Birth rate in Stutt­gart

While the birth rate in other German states has sta­gnated or even de­clined slightly in re­cent years, Baden-Würt­tem­berg con­ti­nues to re­cord high num­bers. In 2020, the na­tional average was 1.53 children. In con­trast, women in Baden-Würt­tem­berg have an average of 1.55 children. Thus, 108,000 children saw the light of day in BaWü in 2020, put­ting the state in 5th place in Ger­many. In Stutt­gart itself, as a major and uni­ver­sity city, the birth rate is 1.25.

If we take a closer look at Stuttgart’s city districts, an in­te­res­ting pat­tern also emerges. The city’s average birth rate is 10.14 per 1000 re­si­dents. However, the inner districts re­cord far more births than the pe­ri­pheral zones.


How to find your fer­ti­lity clinic in Stutt­gart

Fin­ding a fer­ti­lity center in Stutt­gart is ea­sier than in less con­nected areas. There are a total of four fer­ti­lity cen­ters that spe­cia­lize in re­pro­duc­tive me­di­cine. The op­tions for as­sisted fer­ti­liz­a­tion at these cen­ters are many and va­ried.

If you do not be­come pregnant over a longer pe­riod of time de­s­pite un­pro­tected se­xual in­ter­course, you should con­tact a clinic in Stutt­gart in se­arch of help. In ge­neral, ex­ami­na­tions are first car­ried out to get to the bottom of the causes of the unful­filled de­sire to have children. Common me­thods in­clude fer­ti­lity and hor­mone tests, and a sper­mio­gram can also pro­vide in­for­ma­tion on how to pro­ceed.

De­pen­ding on the dia­gnosis, the the­rapy and tre­at­ment me­thod will be chosen. However, be­fore you de­cide on a fer­ti­lity clinic in Stutt­gart, you should be 100 per­cent sure that you are in good hands.

We at Fer­tilly are ex­perts in this field and have al­ready helped many single people and he­te­ro­se­xual as well as ho­mo­se­xual cou­ples to turn the dream of ha­ving their own child into rea­lity. Tog­e­ther we take a look at the fer­ti­lity cen­ters in Stutt­gart and make a de­cision — de­pen­ding on your in­di­vi­dual re­qui­re­ments and wishes.

We have a large net­work of fer­ti­lity cen­ters that we have ca­re­fully selected for you. In ad­di­tion to the price-per­for­mance ratio, our cri­teria in­clude the care, equip­ment and qua­li­fi­ca­tions of the me­dical staff. We are sure that with our help you will find the right fer­ti­lity center in Stutt­gart.


Is there any sup­port for the de­sire to have children in Stutt­gart?

The costs for as­sisted re­pro­duc­tion are so­me­times very high and, de­pen­ding on the extent, hardly af­ford­able out of one’s own po­cket.
In vitro fer­ti­liz­a­tion (IVF) is very com­plex. The re­trieved eggs of the woman come into con­tact with the treated sperm of the man in the la­bo­ra­tory. If the fu­sion is suc­cessful, the fer­ti­lized egg is in­serted into the woman’s uterus. The great ad­van­tage is the short di­stance the sperm travel.

The new fe­deral go­vernment be­lieves that child­less cou­ples and sin­gles who wish to have children should be given the op­por­tu­nity to have a child. To this end, the new fe­deral go­vernment an­nounced in its co­ali­tion agree­ment that in­vol­un­ta­rily child­less cou­ples will re­ceive better sup­port in the fu­ture.

Since the fi­nan­cial burden of in­fer­ti­lity tre­at­ment ne­vertheless re­mains high, an agree­ment was reached bet­ween the fe­deral go­vernment and the states. Thus, ad­di­tional fi­nan­cial sup­port will be made avail­able in those fe­deral states that agree to the deal with the Fe­deral Re­pu­blic.
Un­for­tu­n­a­tely, the state of Baden-Würt­tem­berg has not yet joined the fun­ding pro­grams.

If you are con­si­de­ring fer­ti­lity tre­at­ment, you can reach us around the clock via our web­site. Our pa­tient ad­vi­sors will be happy to call you back with ad­vice and sup­port and will ac­com­pany you through this be­au­tiful but at the same time nerve-racking pro­cess. Du­ring an in­itial te­le­phone con­sul­ta­tion, we can get to know each other and thus de­velop a fee­ling for your needs. Then, with your con­sent, we will start loo­king for the op­timal fer­ti­lity center for you in Stutt­gart.


Cur­rent info about sperm banks in Ger­many

The prices and costs of a German sperm bank can differ from those of an in­ter­na­tional sperm bank from Den­mark, for ex­ample, due to dif­fe­rent price mo­dels.

How much money you need for a sperm bank and what you have to con­sider, we can ex­p­lain to you ea­sily and wi­thout ob­li­ga­tion. Our friendly pa­tient ad­vi­sors at Fer­tilly will give you a com­pre­hen­sive in­sight into this topic and will be happy to ad­vise you. Talk to us!

We at Fer­tilly also coope­rate with lea­ding Eu­ro­pean sperm banks and can offer you cer­tain dis­counts.

If you are in­te­rested in what re­qui­re­ments a sperm donor must meet, what in­for­ma­tion sperm do­nors dis­c­lose about them­selves and how the pro­cess of sperm do­na­tion works in Ger­many or ab­road, you can read all about it here.


What are im­portant cri­teria when choo­sing a fer­ti­lity centre?

In order to ful­fill your de­sire to have a child, you should choose a fer­ti­lity clinic that meets your re­qui­re­ments and where you feel com­for­table. When choo­sing a clinic, there are a number of aspects to con­sider in order to en­sure that the the­rapy goes as smoothly as pos­sible. The suc­cess of a the­rapy de­pends on va­rious fac­tors. Both the ex­pe­ri­ence and qua­li­fi­ca­tions of the me­dical team and the tech­no­lo­gical status of the la­bo­ra­tory equip­ment (for ex­ample, whe­ther the clinic has a clean room la­bo­ra­tory) can have an im­pact on the suc­cess rate.

In ad­di­tion to the suc­cess rate, there are other is­sues that can be de­cisive in the selec­tion pro­cess. Good coun­sel­ling on the choice of the­rapy, as well as per­sonal care and the avai­la­bi­lity of the doctor can help you to get rid of worries and un­ans­wered ques­tions. In order to go through with the pro­cess of ful­fil­ling your child wish with con­fi­dence, the ex­pe­ri­ences of pre­vious pa­ti­ents can also give an in­di­ca­tion of the qua­lity or short­co­mings of a prac­tice.

Ano­ther aspect are the costs. To avoid sur­prises, fer­ti­lity cen­tres that main­tain a high de­gree of price trans­pa­rency are re­com­mended. In the case of tre­at­ments with donor sperm, you should also make sure that there is a coope­ra­tion with an ex­pe­ri­enced sperm bank, as they often offer a larger selec­tion of donor pro­files and have many years of ex­pe­ri­ence in the field of sperm do­na­tion.

When selec­ting our partner cli­nics, we al­ways make sure that both he­te­ro­se­xual and ho­mo­se­xual cou­ples or sin­gles are treated.
Are you ha­ving a hard time choo­sing a fer­ti­lity centre or do you have ques­tions about dif­fe­rent the­ra­pies and tre­at­ment me­thods? Our friendly team will be happy to help you in a free con­sul­ta­tion ap­point­ment.


At Fertilly, we have made it our mission to accompany couples (homosexual and heterosexual) and singles on the way to fulfilling their desire to have a child. It is important to us to create transparency in the area of family planning and to inform you about success rates and prices.

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