Małgorzata Rozenek-Majdan sharply on the connection of the throne with the altar and the state’s reluctance to IVF

The guest of the Tuesday edition of the program “Onet Rano” was Małgorzata Rozenek-Majdan and the authors of the new podcast Ofeminin “Tak Mam!” – Martyna Wyrzykowska and Natalia Hołownia. The topic of the conversation was the real costs of IVF, both emotional and financial, that must be borne by couples trying to conceive a child.

  • The premiere episode of “Yes We!” You can listen to Małgorzata Rozenek-Majdan by clicking on this link
  • Małgorzata Rozenek-Majdan is the mother of three boys who were born thanks to IVF
  • “The greatest pleasure to be a guest of such a podcast is that you can talk about motherhood very widely. Of course, I had a great pleasure to talk about IVF, but I wanted to talk about how mom and mums are, that it is not so rosy and colorful “- said the presenter.

Małgorzata Roznek-Majdan o in vitro

“It is a long way, mentally and physically exhausting, I have already had it three times behind me” – admitted the presenter, who together with the authors of the podcast “Yes Mam!” hosted in the program “Onet Rano” talked about her experiences with in vitro.

“I would very much like the state to allow this pain to be soothed, although it financially supports couples who have to apply for a child using IVF because they have no other option.”

“We have the lowest birth rate since World War II”

Małgorzata Rozenek-Majdan indicated the reasons why the IVF method ceased to be supported by the state.

“The reasons why the pro-family policy looks the way it is now are related to the very strong connection between the throne and the altar that we see today, and hence the reluctance to use this method.”

“As long as the rulers do not reach out to couples who are trying to have a child, it will be a big problem” – she added.

“Yes, we!” Podcast: new Ofeminin format

“Yes we have!” is a series of podcasts led by Martyna Wyrzykowska and Natalia Hołownia. The lecturers invite you to talk about different styles of motherhood, showing different points of view of mothers and mothers. The program breaks taboo topics, looks for characters who inspire, move and provoke. The Ofeminin brand has been active in the community for several years now and treats this area as an educational and missionary. Podcast is another format that responds to the needs of women who feel that the topic of motherhood is not only “sweet” moments, but sometimes the struggle for pregnancy, for the health of the child or facing the lack of support from relatives in emotional problems.

See also:

People have no idea what goes on behind closed doors in fertility clinics

“You waited too long, now you have it!” In vitro stigma in Poland [podcast]

France will allow single women and lesbians access to IVF