(work in progress)For some women motherhood is a powerful desire. Today infertility rates have increased and women are waiting longer before attempting pregnancy. Therefore, more and more babies are born through Assisted Reproductive Technologies (ART), making fertility treatments a part of our daily lives. Since the first test-tube baby in 1978 there has been more than 8 millions births conceived through fertility treatments, yet the main conversation around this topic remains on the political and ethical controversies. Heterosexual couples, same-sex or single women, who should have access to the treatment? This is an ongoing battle deferring dramatically from country to country. However, what is it like to actually go through any of these treatments? How does it personally affect them on a psychological, physical and emotional level? The aim of this project is to focus on the intimate story of the women who impart on this journey. It’s an inward dive into the self-reflective aspect that women take on, illustrating their emotional rollercoaster ride. Some are successful, some are not, some give up after the first try, and some insist and try several treatments. No matter their situation, perseverance or results, they all agree that it has been one of the most difficult experiences they have done in their lives.