How Ukraine surpassed American Reproductology

Published 30/01/2017 in Health, Medicine

How Ukraine surpassed American Reproductology

According to the World Health Organization, 21% of couples of reproductive age suffers from infertility in the world. IVF using donor eggs is the only chance to become a mother for many women with gynecological pathology or genetic abnormalities.

Egg donation is prohibited in many European countries. And in accordance with the laws of some European countries, such a procedure cannot be anonymous, which vastly decreases the number of potential donors. Due to these reasons, many foreigners choose Ukraine. According to a survey conducted at the largest web-portal about pregnancy and conception planning, 45% of Ukrainian women agree to donate eggs. Also, 26% could not give the exact answer saying that it all depends on the specified proposition.

These days there is a tendency in the US and in Europe for women to become mothers who only recently were considered too old for this mission. Today they are often to give birth to the first-born at 30, 40 or even at over 40 years old. Accordingly, the demand for egg donation is increasing because getting pregnant with your own egg cells at 40 is almost impossible. There is a real donor eggs boom in the US and Ukraine today.

The first pregnancy with donated eggs was reached in 1984. This procedure has got a wide scale ever since – in the United States and those European countries where it is not banned, agencies and clinics began appearing one by one. Demand creates supply. Customers don’t just want to have a child, they express their wishes down to the smallest details of the desired appearance, and the donors are selected as to the “Miss World” contest.

Looking into the base of Ukrainian egg donors you would really think that it is a WEB-site of “Miss Ukraine”. There are beautiful, young, well-educated girls with lots of interesting hobbies.  Ukrainian egg cells are very popular among European and even American infertile couples. All of that is due to that fact that Ukrainian donors are not convicted, not deprived of their parental rights and they are women with no alcohol or drug addictions as the reverse side of that can be seen in America, Ukrainian donors are decent and healthy mothers.

In the US, GDP per capita is 55.200 $, in Ukraine, it’s 2 001.6 $. Not surprisingly that a common American woman will not go for giving her egg cells to make money. In the US, donors are the ones who don’t take the job because of their previous convictions, women who are deprived of parental rights because of their alcohol or drugs addiction. Also, women frequently spend a long course of rehabilitation and treatment before their biomaterials are taken. And the patients cover all of this expenses even without suspecting it.

There’s the quite deplorable economic situation in Ukraine. There is unemployment, low-paid jobs, regular inflation. Families can hardly pay the bills, raise their children and pay the rent. Therefore, women go for the eggs donation in order to earn some money for their families.  Often they are perfectly healthy women with high education and with no bad habits.

Both there in America and here in Ukraine, there are no serious limitations with regards to the donation. By law, only not anonymous female relatives, friends of the woman or anonym aged from 20 to 35 who have their own healthy children may be the donors. In America, the donor services cost about 900 euros, and the potential parents pay for all medications to stimulate the donor (rather expensive meds), and they pay for the very procedure of IVF. Each individual cycle is paid separately. In general, one cycle of such a program approximately costs 120 thousand euros.

It’s rather strangely but Ukraine wins the US by its comfortable and well thought medical packages. Thus, one of the largest Ukrainian clinic offers IVF Reproduction just for 9900 euros. And this is the price for an unlimited number of IVF attempts. Moreover, all the services are paid by the fixed price.

Infertility issue has touched everyone. According to the World Health Organization, 7.5 million women are infertile. Each of the seventh couples in the world has been experiencing issues with conceiving or maintaining pregnancy. The number of foreign patients of Ukrainian reproductive medicine clinics increases by 25% per year. And the birth rate among American women over 40 rose sharply in recent years.  30 and 40 years-old women get pregnant safely using IVF, and women over 40 do that using donors eggs. Egg donation in the US has become a very profitable business. While this field is not regulated by the strict laws in the United States, and prices are set randomly, Ukraine attracts thousands of foreigners with pricing and quality of service.


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  • Miumiu - 30/01/2017 Reply

    Wow! This information makes me think of different things. I didn’t get if it’s a mistake or not, as it says that one IVF cycle costs EUR 120000 in the USA??? I can believe it’s a price for surrogacy program but not a single IVF cycle! In addition, I don’t think all American donors are as bad, as it was described. Anyway, I agree with information about Ukrainian fertility clinics. I was advised to apply for the unlimited package for EUR 10000, but fortunately, I chose 2-attempt-package.

  • HellyShaoti - 30/01/2017 Reply

    I’m from the USA, AZ, and I can tell you for sure that IVF there may cost a pretty penny, let alone a surrogacy. However, it’s not 120k and it’s a misprint, I guess. My first successful IVF was at home, but when I decided to have the second child I decided that it was cheaper to travel abroad even few times than have another cycle here. Well, we chose Ukraine and I’m satisfied with what I got there. Treatment differs a little, I mean the way it is performed, but still it’s great for that price.

    • Sarumum - 07/02/2017 Reply

      Where do you have your treatment? How did you find a clinic? I’m from US and want to go to Ukraine because we can’t just stay here, too expensive. Is it safe to go there? What can you advise?

  • Lina Parker - 30/01/2017 Reply

    It’s great that infertile couples now have more options in different parts of the world. I didn’t know that such methods of infertility treatment are so expensive. I know few women that faced with this problem and they had IVF to have a baby. it’s weird, I thought they couldn’t afford this.

  • Lila Chiano - 31/01/2017 Reply

    It’s weird I must say. I don’t believe that Ukrainian medical equipment is better than American one. I’m not saying that Ukrainian clinics are bad, I can’t now, but it’s obvious that clinics in US must be better. Just look at their prices, they can’t use the same equipment and mathods of treatment and have that great difference in their prices.

  • ColinJ - 31/01/2017 Reply

    Just in time! My wife needs to start her treatment soon and we can’t choose a place to go. Although we are from EU, we didn’t know that Ukrainian clinics have such great success rate. I was on Biotexcom website and the clinic is really great, if what is written is true. I think we need to contact them.

  • Michael Cole - 31/01/2017 Reply

    6 years we adopted a toddler, he is 8 now and he is the light of our lives. We couldn’t have babies too, but if our body refuses to do so then we mustn’t torture ourselves with that expensive treatment. I can’t understand why women suffer a lot when there are many children left by their parents. If you adopt at least one child then this world will become a happier place to live in..

  • Snowpatrol - 01/02/2017 Reply

    Of course the main advantage is their prices. I watched their YouT channel. They give good promises and guarantees. I would like to learn more about their service from witnesses. If all this can be confirmed, then it’s the more profitable to fly to Kiev even from US and sign their contract. I guess they have not a local level of medicine, they still cooperate with foreign customers. I think there are modern equipment and techniques in the clinic. Otherwise they would not be able to compete. And so their name can often be found on the Internet. I think that this option is quite promising and has a place to be.

    • Bianca Lee - 03/02/2017 Reply

      Yes, their prices are great in comparison to other clinics even in Ukraine. You may meet lower costs for packages but then you’ll know about additional payments for procedures, consultations, legal services or other things. But this clinic guarantees that everything is included.

  • Bianca Lee - 02/02/2017 Reply

    I’ve been treated at Biotexcom. Well, I have nothing to compare with, but the clinic is good. It’s modern and their equipment is up-to-date. Medicines I was taking were the same as if my treatment was in my home country. I became pregnant from the second attempt. i’m happy with the experience.

  • Am - 02/02/2017 Reply

    we’ve been to Kiev just two days ago, to meet our surrogate and be present at ultrasound testing. this day i would never forget. all is fine with babies. surro mom is young and seems nice. Ukraine seemed to be the best surrogacy destination for us based on reviews, success rates and prices. it seems we made right choice.

    • Antonia - 03/03/2017 Reply

      And we will go to Ukraine soon. Our surrogate is 8 months pregnant. The biotex is our one reproductive clinic. We didn’t want to change it, because of success from the firs try.
      Besides, I was reading about The USA, the only thing I can say the prices cost a fortune. We didn’t have a big sum of money to go there. nevertheless, we’ve got what we wanted.

  • Snowpatrol - 06/02/2017 Reply

    Of course, it’s great to know that there is such a wonderful place to deal with infertility. But what real disadvantages do we have there? This clinic is pretty young institution and needs to develop more. It was very useful to find out about their recent progress? Did they have a particular problem that they have solved?

  • Snowpatrol - 06/02/2017 Reply

    Sometimes it’s enough to read about advanced technics and modern methods in clinics, some positive feedbacks. But all this is a very superficial knowledge. It’s like a fact about the man whom you gonna meet. You need a help from him, and also you know that he is handsome and successful, is it enough to trust him? He has a wide community consists of his fans which talk only pleasant things about him. Maybe I lost between metaphors. Well, I hope you understand what I’m saying. I would like to understand exactly what couple must expect for.
    If we make decision to undergo through such serious experience in foreign country, we need to be provided with guarantees.

    • Bianca Lee - 06/02/2017 Reply

      I caught your idea. Well, it makes sense, I believe. I remember myself being eager to know every slightest detail, about the clinic, no matter positive or negative. It was a thorough research and it took me months. I’m very pedantic person and I can’t imagine myself going abroad and trying to choose a clinic after a personal visit. Don’t know whether it is good or bad, but it is so. Like everything we know in this worl there are two sides of the same coin. I collected all pros and cons and only after a careful consideration I started the journey.
      You don’t risk anything because you’ll be provided with guarantees. I mean it. The only thing you need to do on your own it’s flight tickets.

  • senatoral - 06/02/2017 Reply

    We’ve got experience of cooperation with the clinic that did not have such good reviews, and articles.
    We had a few unpleasant moments there. But anyway we got a positive result. And now this “result” is playing and laughing next to me. I mean, it’s great to be able to learn about all this. Just when we went through our surrogate program in another country, we were going to the touch as blind and had problems. The main thing was that my husband always supported me. You can overcome any difficulties with support of your nearest people. I wish good luck and productive work. Maybe once we will able to ask for help to you. Best wishes from Finland!

  • Sephora - 02/03/2017 Reply

    We were fighting infertility more than 8 years. We had lots of IVF cycles and they all failed. We tried donor egg IVF and all for nothing. My doctor recommended me to stop my attempts and to think about surrogacy or adoption. The last option is not the one we were ready to take and this is how we found out about Ukraine. Although we are from the USA, it was much cheaper to travel to Europe. We are very happy parents now. I recommend this country as a great place for fertility treatment.

  • QwertyAnn - 03/03/2017 Reply

    I was thinking about surrogacy and adoption and these thoughts didn’t make me happy, it’s hard to explain. Well, before giving up I decided to have my last try, I was too old to continue in Czech clinic and moved to Ukraine. According to my tests results, ivf was possible only with donor eggs…I signed a contract for 2 attempts with a clinic and it worked! Don’t know how and what’s the secret, but it did. I’m sure Biotexcom clinic is a decent place for every infertile couple.

    • Antonia - 03/03/2017 Reply

      Yes, I know. They can give you a chance to move from egg donation to surrogacy. If i’m not mistaken ‘ideal package’, and it’s cost not so much in comparison with other clinics. lots of couples can not get pregnant from 2 attempts of de ivf but you were lucky as well as me. our surrogate got pregnant from the first try, it was a big surprise for me because I’ve read that there is a small chance to get pregnant at the first attempt.

  • loveandpeace - 03/03/2017 Reply

    well, when you start looking for a suitable clinic the first thing you do is opening the list of US clinics. you start looking through them carefully and after some time when your heart starts pounding 100 times faster because you think that yes this is the best option ever you see the prices and you decide that maybe next time. you know that you won’t have to wait for surrogate mother for that long but you will actually spend a lot of time on searching for her. then she will ask you to pay her at least 30k euros (which is the same as the sum for the whole services pack in Biotexcom clinic for surrogacy with the payment for your SM included) then you are going to pay for ever procedure, for your insurance, for the insurance of your SM… the list will grow. and eventually it will take you more than 150k dollars.
    Ukraine may be not THAT popular but clinics like Biotexcom will make Ukraine the most preferable surrogacy direction in the world

  • Palmer - 03/03/2017 Reply

    We had no opportunity to choose the American variant. As well as I didn’t want to fly across the ocean. For now such directions as Ukraine are opening the hidden door for us, people who haven’t a lots of money but do have a desire being a parents. What about a medical safety? I think we can trust biotex’s doctors just because they wouldn’t have such popular famous position among the others in this field if they give bad-quality service.

  • groo Ann - 03/03/2017 Reply

    I’m madly grateful! Biotex gave me a chance to feel a gladness of the maternity. I’m not going to share my stories about failures in other centers, no place for negatives! I love my life and its main components: my husband and my dear daughter! She was born via Biotex methods. I will never forget about this fact!

  • Carol - 03/03/2017 Reply

    Well, maybe that’s the chance not only to get a long-awaited baby for those who can’t do that without medical help.. (Sad but looks like the number of those people is increasing dramatically over the last years) ..But that seems also to become a chance to have well-known beauty of Ukrainian women transferred to another countries (if ivf made on donor eggs) 🙂 Biotexcom has strict selection process for women who apply for egg donation or surrogate program participation.. besides you are provided with an opportunity to chose a few donors or surrogate mothers so you don’t have to worry about the genes..

    • rhutes - 06/03/2017 Reply

      one of the reasons why I have chosen Ukraine is because they give you the opportunity to choose donors by their pictures.
      i know that one of my colleagues was also opting Ukraine because of this.
      PS I am not sure that you can choose an SM in biotex as I have heard they have very strict rules considering the possibility of meeting with the SM

      • claudia - 18/05/2017 Reply

        not only by the pictures, also they have a short video presentation of each donor as well a general information like age, height, eyes color and hair.
        No, you can’t choose the surrogate because of the matter of privacy. according to ukrainian legislation you can’t do it. of course you can see the surrogate but after official confirming of pregnancy, if I’m not mistaken after 12 weeks of one’s pregnancy.
        as far as I understood the clinic want to be sure that everything is going to be ok with the baby. because the first months are very important for every woman who is pregnant.

  • Carol - 06/03/2017 Reply

    Sorry to have misinformed you accidentally. . .they really do not provide an option for choosing surrogate mothers.. I’m not sure whether they do the right thing in that case. Being a client who is up to surrogacy I would prefer to participate in the process of selection and taking up a woman who is going to carry the baby for me. But they explain that with the fact that they don’t use her eggs for fertilization .. hence she doesn’t have any legal rights for the child as there can not be any of her genes that will be passed to the baby

    • Antonia - 06/03/2017 Reply

      As far as I know, Ukrainian legislation is flexible and there are no pitfalls. Ukraine is one of the very few surrogacy friendly countries in Europe. Unlike other nations that limit or even ban surrogacy, in Ukraine the intended parents of child are considered to be biological parents from the moment of conception, and they are specifically named as biological parents in the birth certificate without any mentioning of surrogate mother.

      • danysh - 21/03/2017 Reply

        well, as a general rule, surrogate motherhood is legally permitted in Ukraine, and is commonly employed by foreign citizens. that gives an opportunity to go there with any worries. to my mind this is great because ukraine allow thousands of people get to know what is to be parents. i suppose each 5th couple can’t have children, a kind of horror. lots of young women feel their misery and helpless. thanks reproductive medicine they become moms, i don’t think this is bad issue. and ukraine is one who will help them.

  • O.Balachic' - 07/03/2017 Reply

    If the question of having the next-born child comes to us again I’m sure we’ll not be hesitating. We don’t want to lose our time diving into the world of discussing on the forums, looking through the medical magazines or collecting updates from the reproductive field. Our choice and attitude have been formed. Fortunately we’ve found Biotex 3 years ago.
    It was our discovery. We’ve achieved our success through my desperate case. As it was noticed in the contract we had such number of attempts as we had needed. Great thank to Biotex and to everyone Who deals with such magic

  • lolla-olla - 13/03/2017 Reply

    i guess Ukraine is the opened page for the lives renewing. This mysterious destination was discovered by the braves. Hah! I’d never go to Ukraine with my past opinion if my nearest mates didn’t suggest me to try. They described the benefits in amazing details and I was inspired and persuaded.
    If something helps you to hug your baby after endless time without this, you will keep only wonderful thoughts about this something. My large thank to all botexcom represents.

  • Lily - 20/03/2017 Reply

    That’s great we have quality eggs for donation programs thanks to such clinic as biotexcom. It’s one of the most important or even the most important one among those points that must be taken into account when considering an idea of art or surrogacy. And that is the right thing that donors get some refund for that.. That makes them feel more responsibility to the process and their health, which results in a wider range of quality eggs

  • blatantlyhappy - 21/03/2017 Reply

    Surpassing American reproductology? well this is strong. I am not sure whether it is true but it is a fact that mostly Americans write on the fertility forums about their international fertility journeys. I think it says a lot about the current state of the reproductology in the US
    PS I just know that it is still an issue in the US because why would women from America choose somewhat Ukraine for their treatment?

  • crayonpink - 22/03/2017 Reply

    i am sure this article meant that Ukrainian clinics are more affordable than american ones and thus more and more people choose Ukraine over the US. that’s understandable but you have to look deeper before agreeing with the article that ukrainian technologies surpassed those of America. I am sure that ukrainian clinics are good but the US is quite famous with its health care system and you cannot argue that it indeed has the best medical system in the world.
    of course United States still have some issues with fertility treatment as it is either forbidden in some states or strictly regulated to that extent that some of us cannot even think about the tx here but I think the level is quite good, the prices are not that great though

  • Mada_ - 23/03/2017 Reply

    I think the answer is in prices as ivf itself is very expensive in the US
    you have to spend at least 10k euros and this does not include all of the necessary medications plus there are a lot more expenses than you can imagine that basically leads to decreasing the number of ivf opting patients
    perhaps they go to Ukraine for tx or somewhere else

    • fempower - 24/03/2017 Reply

      i remember watching this video talking about the prices of ivf in America and the most shocking part was that in the US the cheapest ivf tx costs more than 10k and it is even without egg donation. as in some countries like Ukraine such a tx would cost about 5k euros. the difference is that huge… I am speechless

  • clossetotheend - 27/03/2017 Reply

    allowing older women undergoing such a treatment and having kids is a peak of irresponsibility
    do you even think about kids whose mothers are 65yo women??? they won’t live long
    they will die and those children will go to orphanages
    what are they thinking about

    that’s why I think that 40 yo should be the max age for ivf treatment in all of the countries

  • nappi - 27/03/2017 Reply

    I would say that surrogacy is a process in which a buyer-parent and a seller-parent are involved. in this case the child becomes the commodity. No one cares about feelings and thoughts of the child who is created for the only purpose of satisfying the needs of the adults who purchased their creation. It’s the act of selfishness itself.

  • Am - 27/03/2017 Reply

    they have no upper age limit for egg donation programs, as well as allow choosing your donor – these are two principle things that make Ukraine the most attractive destination for fertility treatment

    • koombaya - 28/03/2017 Reply

      there are age limits for ivf programs???
      didn’t know
      I thought that in my 40s I am still suitable for any ivf program that’s is here
      well, I guess not
      what to do then?
      Oh my, I thought that there’s no limits whatsoever. Feels like I am trapped
      Maybe others were right that I shouldn’t even think about ivf in the first place cos it is artificial and not natural at all

      • wow - 29/03/2017 Reply

        yeah there are
        not only for those who want to use their own egg cells but also for those who opt for egg donation
        some clinics refuse to take into programs women older than 40 or 50 years old
        that is fantastic how for example biotexcom (one Ukrainian clinic) treats women of all ages when other clinics that are situated in countries with more developed medical systems close ther doors for them….
        I thought that too but turns out that there are limitations and bans not only in egg donation but in surrogacy too

  • BradPitt - 29/03/2017 Reply

    Pretty loud statement, hah! Excuse me, If I beg to differ but I assume that USA was a pioneer, it has a giant customer base and long investigation history. But anyway I agree that Ukraine became a true discovery for the infertile couples in the large field of reproductology. It took its proper place. And bolsters the authority with every passing day. We don’t know what is waiting for us beyond the horizon. Perhaps we are the spectators of the change of leaders.

    • wow - 30/03/2017 Reply

      You are right that America is still a pretty big fertility country where a lot of centers and clinics are opening and still working even if their pricings are higher than the sky
      Well, they have their reputation which is what they have earned through the years of good work. Although they have some pretty huge scandals especially with surrogate mothers
      I suppose that in a couple of years Ukraine will become as popular fertility direction as America is for now and may be Ukraine will surpass America right after by the number of the clients its clinics will be having each year.
      Well, even for now those americans that live in Europe choose European countries over United States for their treatment because it is cheaper and easier to perform I guess

    • nickelodeon - 30/03/2017 Reply

      I suppose, it’s the best time for ukraine. as the states broke the path to reproductive medicine, the ukraine has to continue it. it’s a very friendly country with pleasant people who tried to help other. I’m so grateful we had to know about it. it is an opening country to all infertile couples, this is amazing. thanks our clinic in ukraine we got what we wanted, our little baby is leaving with us.
      best wishes to them

  • Erato - 30/03/2017 Reply

    Actually there are not that many countries where surrogacy is legal, Australia (non commercial), US, SAR, Georgia, Russia, Ukraine and around 5 more countries with different terms, but each of them has its happy clients who have children. Ukraine has good conditions, first of all because of its price, and if you are from Europe then it’s easy to get there, than to go to US. If you want to have a consultation in the clinic, you go to Ukraine and you’ll be met at the airport by a clinic representative or there will be a taxi for you, then you’ll have your own room in a hotel or even a separate department somewhere in the city, you also will be able to have meals and all these things are free for you even if you are not a client yet. I doubt there are lots of clinics with the same options. All meds and examinations are also included. Don’t know about different clinics, but the one I have been to has such conditions. That is the reason for Ukraine being so popular I guess.

  • rikapor - 31/03/2017 Reply

    did Ukraine surpass States? I do not think so.
    I think that we should concentrate less on such stupid comparisons and more on the actual treatment and its quality. don’t you think so?

    • litret29 - 12/05/2017 Reply

      Well, they are aiming for that. at least there are clinics in Ukraine that are very and very popular in the US and all over the world. so it does not surprise me that the articles of this kind have been popping up lately. people should know better all of the available options and what they are up to in the real life. Like if talking about states, there are pretty decent clinics but all of them are too expensive. as I was talking to a guy on one forum he told me that he and his wife have no choice therefore they have been looking for a clinic only in the US because it is too hard to travel abroad for them apparently. he said that there are fine clinics and they are cheap compared to other in the US. but only if you compare them to those in states.

  • artloveliness - 03/04/2017 Reply

    you know I have never seen anything similar to what they offer in Ukraine in the US
    I was thinking that maybe we should sign with one of the US clinics but not only they are more expensive but they offer 1 round treatment for 10k when in Biotex clinic in Ukraine they offer 5 attempts contract with the refund in case of negative for the same price
    and they offer also their hotels and cars for free to anyone who decides to only visit their clinic!

    • fragolina - 03/04/2017 Reply

      agree with you. even if the us clinic has the newest equipment and it’s said that the quality of their treatment is the highest, i don’t believe it must be so expensive. I mean, whi cares about phantom benefits if there are clinic with better and cheaper options but success reate is the same or even higher. I think it’s the most important.

  • kiki - 03/04/2017 Reply

    success rates say nothing to me. Do you know what statistics is? For example, you got your baby from the very first ivf attempt, and I had 3 failed ivfs. Statistics shows that success is every second attempt with ivf treatment, but in fact I still have no baby after three attempts! Facepalm!

  • Morning - 04/04/2017 Reply

    I agree. That’s really so. Statistics is only stupid numbers which can be taken from the ceiling. I don’t trust such methods. Who controls these numbers? Even child may invent the statistics.
    We shouldn’t appreciate the quality of working with help of cold numbers.
    We’ve formed an opinion on our clinic because of its support and real results we got.

  • crazydaisy - 06/04/2017 Reply

    oh well no
    the devil’s machine of America won’t be replaced or surpassed for a long time, do not even try speculating on it dear journalist
    there are plenty of American clinics even though most of the states are against surrogacy or egg donation. some states are pretty open for surrogacy motherhood and are providing women all over the world with the treatment of such

    • annette - 06/04/2017 Reply

      I think that you have a lot of issues with reproductive sciences itself and I do not blame you although I think that if you think that it is from the devil you should not be here or am I wrong?
      And how do you explain that there are many American couples who seek infertility treatment abroad? why don’t they stay in the US then? I mean, if you say that everything is that tempting? There are plenty of reasons why those couples or women go abroad and you can do your research and do not @ the journalist, please

      • crazydaisy - 07/04/2017 Reply

        Yes I do have some issues with art treatments and other similar stuff
        I think that we should not overuse it whatsoever because I think that some women should not be mothers at all
        how can it be ok for a woman to have kids at 64 yo????? how???
        and if your husband is 72. This creates unhealthy conditions of living for a child. and it should be banned everywhere. or there should be a law supporting those whose parents died because they were so stupid to not think about having kids earlier

        • tokal - 11/04/2017 Reply

          I think that it is totally okay for the couples of that age to have kids and even to opt for them. ti is their own business. and you sound like you would approve a 22 yo maniac couple having kids just because they are young and “free”
          I think that we should not look at the age when it comes to the fertility treatments

  • annette - 07/04/2017 Reply

    well, how can you be so against someone’s will
    I think that you should not be that harsh and maybe it is not of your business to think and even overthink about other people’s choices and lives????
    I suppose you should only think about yourself
    Of course there should be a supportive system for orphans but as we live in a free world for now we should be respectful towards others

  • Jenn - 11/04/2017 Reply

    I’m from US and came to Ukraine for surrogacy treatment. I can agree that prices in my country are too high and I still can’t gey why. It would be wonderful if our reproductive centers have the same prices. well, even 70k would be better than what we have now. Actually, I don’t regret I chose an overseas clinic. I always wanted to spend some time in Europe so dreams come true lol.

  • lama - 11/04/2017 Reply

    It’s unbelievably pleasant feeling when you realise that after long years of ttc struggling you can see the smile of a little creature that is your flash and blood. I have such little creature in my house now and you can’t imagine all the happiness I feel every day. I thank god each day for sending me that article about biotexcom. It changed my life and lives of many other people all over the world.

  • bla bla - 13/04/2017 Reply

    not a big fan of the older mothers
    it just seems wrong
    it is never good to have a kid born in the family of grandparents. it is 1 a bad example for your kid, 2 – a very risky business.
    I agree with those who state that there are chances of IPs to die before the program ends.

    • donuts - 21/04/2017 Reply

      They are warned about risks as well. To my mind, it’s horrible when someone dies before baby birth, but let them to do whatever they want. As we all free we are able to choose our own way in this life, don’t you agree with me?

  • Eva - 13/04/2017 Reply

    There’s nothing strange about the situation and nothing to worry about. Ukraine is a developed country that can contribute greatly to the solution of infertility problems that arise in many families around the world. Happy to recognize that biotexcom is one of those places where you can get sufficient support in the situation. It plays important role in reduction of the number of families without children.

  • in tunes - 14/04/2017 Reply

    You’ve stolen my thoughts! I wanted to write the same! Hah.
    I didn’t use to post on the forums due to I was busy as a rule. But I recently have had a talk with one couple which had finished their journey in the US and they also knew I had my own story in Ukraine.
    They came to me to complain and compare our impressions.
    What was their surprise when they figure out how much my program had costed!
    It seemed they were nearly to explode.
    And what was the difference – we were fully satisfied with our journey, they, – I don’t think so.
    And out talk has begun with arguing. I just wanted to prove that Ukraine is developed and modern destination for having fertility treatment. in short they regret they paid not enough attention on pre-journey research.

  • go in temper - 18/04/2017 Reply

    As for me I hate America, it’s a filth pit, there’s nothing good at all. I’ve been living there for 5 last years and I state that money manage this country. Money is a false God of them. Shame and cruel reality of being! God, please, save our souls!
    I wish good luck to such countries like Ukraine! It deserves to be on the top.
    People need to know more about these countries, you have to invest heavily in your advertisement to share knowledge about yourselves!
    God bless you!

  • SanFr - 25/04/2017 Reply

    I don’t understand why is it prohibited in some countries!
    Thank God, we still have countries where we can became parents by means of donation and surrogate mothers!!
    BiotexCom helped us to make our dream come true! I liked the clinic, I liked the doctors, my manager, people there are very friendly. They always smile and try to help. I liked the services. and I’m excited about the event that will happent in two or three days. Our surrogate mother is going to give birth to our child! We are from San Francisco. And this program cost us only 50 000 euros including everything! In USA we would have paid for the surrogacy minimum 80 000 euros. I don’t understand why the difference is so huge. They all use the same technology and the requirements for surrogate mothers for example in Ukraine are even tougher.

  • Willy - 27/04/2017 Reply

    Nice article! Very informative. I heard about the clinic BioTexCom on some forums and the responses were mostly positive. I know several users who I talk to about their treatment there and they are pretty satisfied with the services. I’m also looking for a clinic and I will think I add this clinic to my list.

  • roughtfgh - 10/05/2017 Reply

    I wonder why is the level of infertility rising? What happens with us? Is that a way of life of people or new infections, or maybe our immune resistance system is not so strong as it was before? what is the reason of such statistic? Can anyone answear me?

    • 342 - 11/05/2017 Reply

      this is a normal thing really
      we are still learning about new things in this world so infertility may also have some unexpected functions about which we will find out later after it may be gone. plus there are still a lot of things that kill people or not allow them to live normally. i think that if we care about infertility that much we should not close our eyes on other stuff that makes this world a hell.

  • babyboyrick - 10/05/2017 Reply

    My boy was born in Ukraine so I know what it is like there. I think that Ukraine has a lot to do to reach the level of US medicine but there are some clinics that meet the requirements of European health standards
    anyways even though articles like this one are a bit of exaggeration there is still truth to those words.

  • Tas - 11/05/2017 Reply

    I was in Ukraine last spring and can’t say it’s a poor country. Yes, it’s a bit different especially bedroom districts are not too attrective. but the city center is modern and at the same time filled with historical events. There are lot of expensive and big cars, although GDP per capita is low as hell. In my opinion this country is worth visiting. Regarding Ukrainian medicine, my wife came there for IVF with donor eggs and she is pregnant now. What can I say? We are totally satisfied.

    • me - 12/05/2017 Reply

      being in Kiev and saying the city itself has made me doubting all f those articles saying the Ukraine is really poor and stuff and the beauty of other regions is unbelievable but we should not forget about other small towns photo of which have put me in a shock just because they differ so much from my experience with Kiev. Kiev is slowly getting more developed and modern but other parts of Ukraine are still the same I guess well apart from the touristic cities like Odessa or Lvov
      plus there are pretty decent medical centers if we talk about them. they try to follow the latest medical advancements in the world and use all of the new technologies out there. so I am pretty sure that this is great for the potential clients: the level of treatment is like in the US but the pricing is much lower

  • Amanda Tremmer - 12/05/2017 Reply

    Let me reflect what would we do if only Afghanistan or maybe Angola are the countries which provide with such the special procedures as egg donation? It’s actually an exaggeration but I guess I would not think much about how to stay at the friendliness of the environment because my desire to hug my baby at last would be stronger than fear of discomfort.
    Having so rich choice regarding egg donation and other treatment for today we may be fastidious.
    In my opinion the main part composing our journeys is a professional medical assistance. A good outcome completely depends on this thing. And also I guess Ukraine does all its best to provide their customers with relevant service.

  • oslooslo - 17/05/2017 Reply

    All the time we like to use “what if” or recall gloomily “how it could be”. Living at the present time we should get used to face and accept a reality.
    No one can say what the era comes in soon. What the energy will substitute the fuel? And who will be leading us to the horizon?
    I’m reflecting so because I see a lot of different comment regarding “what could be” and it seems like a human weakness.
    Face the reality and now it says that Ukraine is one of the leaders in reproductology. And now we have no right to avoid considering this country as the source of true happiness. Because more and more people come back home with newborn babies made in Ukraine.

  • afriend - 18/05/2017 Reply

    This article is controversial! that’s not so bad to live in Ukraine. I had friends there and yes, the econimic situation is difficult but people are not poor. they work and have a well paid jobs. I don’t think that money is the only reason for a woman to give her eggs. I’m sure tthere are another good reasons for that. How about to help infertile women? and Ukraine wins the US only because of the cost. However the selection of donors in Ukraine is rather strict…
    I had my treatment in both countries, and obtained my child with help of Ukraine and I’m happy with that.

  • Molko - 18/05/2017 Reply

    So many people tended to leave their comments here. basing on the above I guess most of them had a treatment in Ukraine.
    I see it’s just an approximate statistic but I was glad to know how many customers are satisfied. It gives me a hope.
    Actually due to we have different citizenships all cases will have to be considered separately.
    But positive feedbacks really impact on my choice.

  • Nina - 18/05/2017 Reply

    We’ve chosen Ukraine for the surrogacy program last summer. It is quite cheap comparing to prices in our country. We’ve decided that it would be better to try getting pregnant there as lots of people suppose Ukraine is a very good country for surrogacy. Actually we liked everything about it, the clinic was well-equipped and the city itself was wonderful! Kiev is one of the most beautiful cities in Europe.

    • Helen - 29/05/2017 Reply

      Me too. We came to Kiev about 2 months ago to pick our child up. The surrogate mother was so kind and helpful! She told us everything she knew about treating a baby. We actually became good friends with her:) By the way, there was also a pediatrician who came to us to check the health of our daughter. The accommodation was quite good too, a little bit small, but anyway comfortable enough. In general, we were very satisfied with everything. Ukraine is a country which is really worth visiting for surrogacy service.

  • grandmaspumpkin - 23/05/2017 Reply

    since everyone is talking about Ukraine. I can also add one or two thoughts on this direction myself.
    I still find it crazy – choosing Ukraine over the clinics in the US but I feel like people are making their proper decisions and as they choose a clinic all of them are grown ups that can face their own decisions and take responsibility for the, and when they put all of their money down on the program 9no matter what) they truly expect everything to work. so when nothing works out or when the government refuses to fund other attempts they need that means that the money they have are going to be put down in something they trust wholeheartedly. that’s why when I read that someone has chosen Ukraine, I think that their choice was made really carefully because everyone still thinks that it is a bit risky – clinics abroad.

  • anne - 24/05/2017 Reply

    I feel that’s great there are such clinics. Our experience there was very highly successful.. We resulted in 2 great baby-boys. We are extremely grateful to the clinic staff for great care and attention.. they are good specialists and nice people.. Now we’ll have two more little Dutch people born in Kiev under their supervision.. Thanks a lot everyone

  • happymommy - 26/05/2017 Reply

    Ukraine is really popular; I haven’t seen a list of reproduction centers without Ukraine being mentioned in them. We can argue about clinics presented in those lists but Ukraine is now on the same level with the US in terms of popularity among infertile couples.
    So I get the message of the article. And can kind of agree with it. However I still am in disbelief that it became this common to opt for international clinics rather than for the nearest ones. It became cheaper flying to Ukraine or other countries than getting treated in the Us or elsewhere. And sometimes I get that it can be impossible to have ivf egg donation tx.

    • Melania - 30/05/2017 Reply

      You are right, Ukraine is popular and it’s the reason we chose this country for treatment. We worried about this but as everything went smooth I can recommend at least that clinic I’ve been with, Biotexcom. There is also an organization which helps couples to choose amog this variety of options and when we told we wanted to go to Ukraine we were assured that it was a good decision. So we kept searching in that direction and here we are, parents of a sweet child.

  • creature - 30/05/2017 Reply

    Hello to all here! Nice article!!!
    Personally we didn’t face the infertility issues but a friend of mine has this problem.
    But I don’t want to tell her history here, I just wanted to say I’m grateful all people who help infertile couples.
    To my mind, ukraine is great country where a lot of people could find a help.
    oh, and I really like this : Looking into the base of Ukrainian egg donors you would really think that it is a WEB-site of “Miss Ukraine”. There are beautiful, young, well-educated girls with lots of interesting hobbies. They all go to one of the largest clinics BioTexCom to become an egg donor. Ukrainian egg cells are very popular among European and even American infertile couples.
    as far as I know and read all donors here are healthy and don’t have any bad habits what make them very popular.

  • ivfisgreat - 31/05/2017 Reply

    I am still reading a book about public perception of ivf and surrogacy but I have started to notice that it is a bit outdated as for now all of us treat infertility with huge support and understanding and the issues that raise the greatest discussion are those of whether or not people should go abroad or what the tx abroad is like and what are the countries that have the best medical support and service. This is where we are by now. So it is no wonder that people are no longer debating whether it is right or wrong to have kids with ART, they mostly think of other sides of this question.

    • tewtye - 01/06/2017 Reply

      what is it called? can you please tell me? I want to read something of the sort too. Just found myself very interested in this particular topic since I was diagnosed with infertility and had to opt for lots and lots of different appointments and treatments. I did not think that it is such a huge Universe, that this is like a parallel world and I am a tiny cog in it.
      I have only found some books on how to cope with infertility and about ivf journey. however, they did not help because honestlyI felt a lot like I was not understood and that the life of the author is a lot of times different from my own life. so I couldn’t compare myself to what I was reading,

  • Zefra Laim - 31/05/2017 Reply

    We were ttc for more than 7 years. you really can imagine how we were disappointed and tired of that long and impassable way.
    I had too low quality of my own eggs. I felt that the last strenght and energy were leaving my body.
    My husband was the initiator of our journey to Ukraine. The biotexcom clinic provided us with program that included 5 possible attempts on donor eggs.
    The second try was enough to achieve the goal of all our life! Thank you! you were worth our best hopes!

    • Wanilla - 06/06/2017 Reply

      When your eggs are far from perfect you just have no other choice but to take egg donation. I know how difficult it is but when it’s the only chance you are ready to accept anything. I can relate as the same happened to me. We went to Ukraine and stayed there for treatment. We chose 2-attempts package and the last cycle was successful. It was not s long ago and I’m only 15 weeks now but I’ve never been so far with my previous treatment. I’m very excited about it

    • babys - 06/06/2017 Reply

      5 attempts? do you mean you are buying five IVF attempts for the future or what? what is this program? how does it even work?
      PS I am very happy fir you! 🙂

  • tito - 06/06/2017 Reply

    I’ll not be a pioneer if I say that reproductology in Ukraine is a chance to save your money.
    In fact it’s cheaper flying to Ukraine from USA to perform your procedures there than having your treatment in United States. Actually in order to understand and accept this truth we can sacrifice an hour on the forums it will make things clear.
    I do not know why but Ukraine really offers high service and provides us with professional treatment with funny prices. Don’t listen to me Just find out more about it and try if you need.

  • Xop - 09/06/2017 Reply

    I am a supporter of having surrogacy (if you have it) controlled the same as adoption. What is the difference between adopting a child once born and surrogacy? In adoption prospective parents are investigated as to their suitability to be parents but in surrogacy there are no checks on prospective parents except on the size of their wallets. It is my belief all eggs and sperm should be treated as adoption and not donation. You can’t “donate” a child but currently you can the genetic material that makes one! Many people use surrogacy to avoid adoption because rightly or wrongly adoption often excludes certain people from being parents due to the age or some other factor. However that doesn’t mean anyone should be able to go and get donated eggs and/or sperm and use a surrogate to become a parent. If there was a standard adoption procedure for eggs, sperm, embryos and live children, at least there would be a common ground and those children would get the information they need at some stage to find out their biological identity.

    • tringhtr - 12/06/2017 Reply

      I think that for those who live in countries that have a surrogacy ban it is as same as adoption but I suppose a bit lighter or easier.
      But I am still thinking that surrogacy should be only of a gestational type with all commercial components to it. because it is what I call a clear relationship between two parties. it should be validated by contracts and agreements and not only that but by money paid to prove that you are more in a business relationship rather than helping each other. and maybe if it is your mother or sister who is playing the role of a surrogate, it can be of a traditional and altruistic type.

      • Xop - 13/06/2017 Reply

        I’m not against commercial components in the process. What I wanted to say it’s just that these procedures should be regulated not only by money. Do you know what requirements should any couple meet to adopt a child? Loads of them. But when it comes to surrogacy, no one cares about the couple. If they are healthy and wealthy – they are in. It’s wrong in my opinion

    • hopeforthebest - 13/06/2017 Reply

      you agreed that every child born with the help of reproductive medicine should know about its biological parent or parents. if you have a baby via surrogacy will you tell the truth? don’t you think he or she will leave you? what if a child decides to stay with a mother and she won’t refuse its will?
      how would you act in this case?
      I don’t want to say that surrogacy is a thing which we should avoid but a person should take to consideration all risks and future consequences.

      • Xop - 13/06/2017 Reply

        As far as I understand, your questions were meant for me. Well, yes, I’m sure that a baby MUST know its identity and origins. Surrogacy or donor eggs are the part of baby’s life and the reason of existance if I may say so. I would definitely tell my baby about surrogacy if I went trhough this. I’m sure that baby wouldn’t leave me in that case. What for? It’s better to tell the truth when the baby is a toddler…there are lots of books that are helpful in such situations. I’m sure that a child won’t decide ti stay with a surrogate mother, she is not his biological one and he will understand that she is just a carrier

  • Wooow - 13/06/2017 Reply

    Hah, no way! All who need that come to United states from all over the world to have the best quality surrogacy programs. USA is a pioneer in this specific medical field and it showed the way what and how to do. All European celebrities visit US to fulfil their dreams of parenthood. It’s a proved destination.
    I’ve never heard about Ukraine. And also it’s incredible nonsense to live in US and have an intention to order a surrogacy in the edge of Europe. I don’t understand.

  • Woman - 14/06/2017 Reply

    Human beings shouldn’t be sold or bought. It’s wrong. I think surrogacy should be tightly restricted to ensure people aren’t exploited but this may be impossible as people go abroad to buy a surrogate who is less protected by law. I’m more ambivalent about altruistic surrogacy because that isn’t treating a baby as a commodity. Of course, infertility is painful but surrogacy makes having a child like buying a thing. When woman carries a child, they develops strong emotional connection and this early love can’t be easily substituted. Surrogacy causes lack of early intimacy between mother and child…It’s lind of fake motherhood I think

    • doyoubelieveinhappiness - 16/06/2017 Reply

      but surrogacy is not an exploitation of women! at all! surrogates give their consent before they are even taken into the consideration of being surrogates. they sign all kinds of agreements and undergo proper testing that help to evaluate their health whether it is psychic or physical. they are signing those contracts willingly and get paid for what they do, no one actually pressures them. no one.

  • flower - 20/06/2017 Reply

    We came to Ukraine because we didn’t have other chances. Of course we were afraid of going abroad, we didn’t know what to expect from this country, we thought people there wouldn’t understand us but no. Nice clinic, friendly people, an interpreter and just a wonderful manager met us there. A professional guidance through the journey, first baby scan, meeting with a surrogate, our baby birth and a lot of positive emotions.

    Everything we got there, in Ukraine for affordable prices, so if someone tells that Ukraine knows nothing about reproductive medicine don’t believe, just listen to yourselves.

  • Helloallmyfriends - 20/06/2017 Reply

    My best wishes and warm regards to Ukrainian clinics that protect our families from misfortune.
    I wouldn’t like to write a huge letter. I’m here just to admit that I don’t imagine my life separately from our journey to Ukraine.
    This country is already rich merely because it has such beautiful people and amazing environment to start a new life’s page.
    Perhaps, the quality of service that we can find there mayn’t meet our expectations and Ukraine should deal with this controversial thing. Anyway, majority of the clients come back home with the promised outcome. Like we did. I want to recommend Ukraine as a destination for a treatment particularly to the couples which can’t use their own oocytes.

    • treyapd - 22/06/2017 Reply

      surrogacy is incredibly exploitative. there’s been cases of couples forcing the surrogate mother to abort the child if it has the “wrong gender” or is expected to be disabled. it’s all about the customer than the actual mother who is most of the time not even being treated like a human, they’re seen as nothing but ovens. there’s literal baby factories in india and thailand where surrogate mothers end up getting scammed or aren’t paid the amount that was promised, i recommend reading up on that if you’re interested. i don’t want to point fingers at couples who decide to go for surrogacy as their last resort, some don’t even know about the mistreatment the mother goes through, but it’s an incredibly dark business.

      • 2222222 - 22/06/2017 Reply

        Not all surrogacies are involved in such unfortunate cases. Of course there are exceptions in which ethical problems take place, but a lot in the modern first world have EXTREMELY strict regulations and guidelines to avoid this, especially guidelines that point to the rights of the biological mother, surrogate mother, and the social mother (in cases where the two or even three are different).

  • Alice - 27/06/2017 Reply

    I heard that some clinics have own base of donors and you can choose within.
    Is this rumor true?
    Can anyone confirm it?

    • danysh - 05/07/2017 Reply

      Hello, yes, you are right. Some clinics do have own donor’s database, as far as I know, some of them have an open id. But if we speak here about Ukraine, all donors are anonymous (according to country’s legislation) but applying for a clinic with base of donors you get the access to see it as well as some video presentations, 3d donors’ profiles and general information about them without names and addresses. They all are healthy, up to 29 years old, without bad habits, with perfect mental health and absence of genetic diseases (including siblings, parents, uncles, aunts, grandparents)

    • Loin234 - 06/07/2017 Reply

      Been thinking about the same. The clinic where I had treatment didn’t have its own donor pool so we had to find independent databases and cooperate with third parties. While looking for that place I also met fertility centers that provide with shared donor eggs or with frozen eggs. fresh material was key because I don’t want my future babies to be frozen, it’s just not right. In addition FET is less effective in comparison to fres cycle I believe.

      • danysh - 12/07/2017 Reply

        Yes you are right! using fresh eggs gives more chances to get pregnant. the clinic we’ve been to told us they use mostly fresh eggs as they want their clients to be satisfied with the services they would get at clinic. Our case wasn’t an excuse. They used only my fresh eggs, as I was a donor for my surrogate, unfortunately I had no right to carry a baby as it was forbidden by my doc due to health issues. Anyway, we are totally satisfied with what we had there, our please were heard and we had no need to worry about. as we were insured our surrogate was super healthy and she were able to give a birth to a healthy baby.

  • Youjimomotto - 04/07/2017 Reply

    we were at the surrogacy programme in Ukraine and we are healthy and alive. I was really upset because of affinity of our child but we made DNA test and it coincides. thanks Heaven that our surrogacy didn’t blackmail us, because I know some awful situations in Russia and to be honest I was a beat afraid of it, especially in Ukraine. it is faulse that Ukraine is poor, you know, people here smile at you. and this is a natural smile, it is not hidden under a mask as in most countries. and you quickly become attached to these people, because they are kind and sympathetic who attract every foreigner.
    now my dh and I very happy with our sweet child. good luck guys!

  • Ksopp - 10/07/2017 Reply

    It’s little wonder that so many people go to Ukraine for surrogacy instead of the US. We preferred to have treatment in Ukraine although we are from Canada. We have traveled halfway around the world as we were provided with a full package of services like transfer, accommodation, food and which is more important with legal support. A representative of our clinic helped us with all paper work and legalisation of documents. Our surrogate is a great woman and I saw how happy she was carrying our baby. All this was half price of surrogacy in the US. I think this is the reason.

  • Douglas - 13/07/2017 Reply

    The US is not an option for us as it’s so much expensive. We are looking for a 10th cycle of IVf and we are desperate as you can imagine. My wife was diagnosed with unexplained infertility and no one can understand why she can’t get pregnant for so long. We are young and lead a healthy life style, have no diseases or any abnormal things..We were offered egg donation but we want to have a baby of our own, I want my wife to be a mother of my children although we are so tired that even adoption is becoming more attractive..what we know for sure is that treatment in the US isn’t affordable for us

  • Maria - 17/07/2017 Reply

    Yes, the Ukraine is definitely the best in solving these problems! We suffered for years not having a baby, and tried almost everything. When we almost gave up, a friend of mine (which has the same problem and was looking for an egg donation) recommended me a clinic BioTexCom, in Ukraine. We are finally now awaiting our baby girl to be born, just a few more months. Thank you BioTexCom so much!

  • Stefan - 19/07/2017 Reply

    @Ksopp I may definitely agree with you! We had the same experience. Moved to Portugal and started our new life, we got married, never thought about getting some issues with having a baby. But, it was years of searching and trying, and yes, the Ukraine clinic solved our problem!

  • Mike - 21/07/2017 Reply

    Wow, such a great news! I just wanted to say to Maria and Stefan that we also got our baby boy with biotexcom help! I wish more people hear about them and have this such a wonderful experience. We have our purposes in life now!

  • Laura - 08/09/2017 Reply

    I can’t fully agree with this article, I believe that there are lots of kind hearted souls in the USA that are eager to help those one in need! And they with pleasure agree to the stimulation procedure, because they know that what they do is going to make someone very happy!
    And in Ukraine girls do it because of money. So maybe I am naive, but I believe that our intentions are very important and it’s better to use eggs of those whose intentions are pure!

  • Helloandplease - 14/09/2017 Reply

    Hi! I want to leave my short review here if you don’t mind.
    An interesting article! A bit a pretentious and daring article from other side but I liked to read it.
    I see many people here decided to use a help of the one facility and they seem to be happy with their choice.
    Perhaps, I have another way but I’m glad to wish all of you to be satisfied with the results! Be kind people and god bless you!
    Maybe in the nearest future I will consider the clinic you all advised.

  • Rockabie - 19/09/2017 Reply

    Does anybody know a good female community or site for getting tips? I really want to find a place where I could make friends and meet people which have the same concerns.
    Maybe, I don’t have enough experience to share but It’s needed now.
    Thank you if you gonna help

  • Clava Hilton - 21/09/2017 Reply

    My plans are to try in Ukraine. Surrogacy with a donor egg is prescribed to me. heard much about Ukraine and its incredible progress in surrogacy.
    I love to consider their legislation. It seems friendly for couples coming from abroad. And I’d like to meet my intended donor personally in the presence of an interpreter.
    I must know and see her beforehand. Agreeing not to meet my surrogate at all but hopefully a doctor will permit to choose a donor in person.

  • -------- - 21/09/2017 Reply

    My baby died in a car accident 2 years ago. Our loved sweetest son was the only one that mattered. You just can imagine what my dear husband and I felt and still feel with that.
    I’m 50 years old. I think I’m too old to give birth in natural way. I’m afraid that pregnancy could kill me because I have problems with heart after that dammed crash.
    We will go to Ukraine. We know It works and may help. Thank you all for many comment which help us to learn more about details.

  • Tanya Maroom - 17/10/2017 Reply

    Interesting article but it has some discrepancies. I agree Ukraine worked hard to take over the positions showing that its doctors can doubtlessly be good at their job. In spite of this they have to learn much in order to keep those positions. In reality, any service has an area to grow and get better because costumer demands are also going to grow. I actually wish them to be successful in their start. It’s perhaps not right to call it a start because Ukraine has already contributed to having a chance for lots of people to live a new life.
    Just go on!

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