Kati Pein remembers her pregnancy with Eleni as carefree.
The examinations at the gynecologist were normal, and the birth went without complications, she says.
Even when the midwife put the little girl on her chest after two hours of labor in the delivery room, she suspected nothing.
Kati Pein simply enjoyed and loved her - until suddenly a team of paediatricians stood in the delivery room. One of them said that the eyes looked "weird". The word Down syndrome was mentioned. "The term flew past me while I was sitting on the bed and watching a whole medical team examine my baby." Couldn't that be from birth? She wondered at the time. You should calmly examine your Eleni. Everything was okay. Or not?