IVF in Ukraine


#21

I am really sorry to hear your story. You have gone through a rough time. Yes, I was infertile too. Then I moved to Europe for my treatment. I was scammed by Lotus clinic in Europe. Then I moved to another good clinic in Europe. They suggested my surrogacy. They said that don’t waste your money on IVF. Because of chances of conceiving in IVF is low. So I decided to go with surrogacy. Trust me it was the best decision of my life. They were best in dealing with surrogacy. They have less expensive treatment. I had a baby boy through surrogacy. My family was completed. I wish you a very good luck too


#22

Hi javj12! I’m sorry you’ve experienced difficulties with treatments at Lotus clinic. As far as I know it’s in Kiev, right? I’m sorry IP face this every now and then as fertility treatemnts are never the bed of roses and we all expect to be well understood, supported and helped by experts. And it’s really irritating when our plans fail. We passed 2 unsuccessful rounds ivf with oe in the UK. Our doc thought it would be the best option for us. And probably it would be if not oe used. They turned out to be aged and useless. This was the case with no quality and no quantity unfortunately. But we were suggested to give those shots…Who knows. Maybe this is not the doc’s or clinic’s fault. We all know treatments are often not so successful as they are expected. But for me we had lack of communication with the clinic. For me this is the worst when being passed from hands to hands among the docs, who actually cannot make head or tail on what’s going on…Such was my opinion, but dh said they were ok. I’m not sure why he thought so. Probably this is because male and female take the case differently. Well, the point is that we switched the clinics and soon found ourselves in Ukraine. That time using ivf with donor egg, though got also well informed about surrogacy there. The option itself and the clinic’s programs seem the best balanced due to money sums and services offered. I don’t know about the Lotus mentioned. The thing I know is that it’s in Ukraine. And I guess there must have been the reasons why you didn’t move on with them. I also would like to know why exactly if it’s ok to ask. But the most important thing is that we both are successful with our treatment choice and that we have our adorable kids through treatments. I willingly share we are currently going for another ivf round with the same biotex clinic for a sibling. I hope we won’t have a thing to regret about coming back 'cause I believe they’ll create another tiny miracle for us. Babydust to all!!


#23

I have been through surrogacy in Kiev, Ukraine. They are affordable and have the best services. The advantages of surrogacy are clear to the hundreds of families who have been created in this special way. Here are just a few surrogacy benefits that intended parents enjoy: Surrogacy allows infertile couples, single people and members of the LGBT community to become parents when they may not be able to have children otherwise. In most cases, gestational surrogacy allows one or both parents to be biologically related to their child. Surrogacy gives hopeful parents the opportunity to raise a child from birth. Intended parents are involved throughout the pregnancy experience and are generally able to be present for many key milestones, from the embryo transfer to their baby’s birth. Surrogacy gives intended parents the opportunity to know and form a special bond with their surrogate and her family.


#24

Hi, noreen! I hope you were successful with your treatment surrogacy plan in Ukraine. What clinic did you pass the program?? I absolutely love the idea of coming for surrogacy to this very country. Firstly, because it’s surrogacy friendly law. The baby is considered to be yours from the moment of conception. The surrogate cannot stand any rights. She has no right to keep the baby after delivery which makes couples absolutely safe. The birth certificate is issues with the names of the intended parents, so the baby’s theirs. Eveything’s simple when being guided with professionals in this field. I know for sure our biotex helps the IP with obtaining the birth certificate and other legal services. Friends of mine had a trouble when being at the exit process. She had a single letter differed in their marriage certificate which caused them a huge trouble. But biotex helped them through and soon they could take their baby girl home. Surrogacy may be the blessing for many people. But in Ukraine surrogacy is allowe for heterosexual married couples only. Well this maight be discussed why not for every case, but seems this country has already given a great option, eh? Also, could ou pls share how the process went for you and costs?? TIA


#25

We underwent IVF treatments at Botexcom, Kiev. Here’s the general guideline to the procedure. The first step in IVF is taking fertility medications for several months to help your ovaries produce several eggs that are mature and ready for fertilization. This is called ovulation induction. You may get regular ultrasounds or blood tests to measure your hormone levels and keep track of your egg production.
Once your ovaries have produced enough mature eggs, your doctor removes the eggs from your body (this is called egg retrieval). Egg retrieval is a minor surgical procedure that’s done at your doctor’s office or at a fertility clinic. You’ll get medicine to help you be relaxed and comfortable during the procedure. Using an ultrasound to see inside your body, the doctor puts a thin, hollow tube through your vagina and into the ovary and folliclesthat hold your eggs. The needle is connected to a suction device that gently pulls the eggs out of each follicle.
In a lab, your eggs are mixed with sperm cells from your partner or a donor – this is called insemination. The eggs and sperm are stored together in a special container. Fertilization happens. For sperm that have lower motility (don’t swim as well), they may be injected directly into the eggs to promote fertilization. As the cells in the fertilized eggs divide and become embryos. people who work at the lab monitor the progress.
About 3-5 days after the egg retrieval, 1 or more embryos are put into your uterus (this is called embryo transfer). The doctor slides a thin tube through your cervix into your uterus. Then inserts the embryo directly into your uterus through the tube. Pregnancy happens if any of the embryos attach to the lining of your uterus. Embryo transfer is done at your doctor’s office or at a fertility clinic, and it’s usually not painful. Plan on resting for the rest of the day after your embryo transfer. You can go back to your normal activities the next day. You may also take pills or get daily shots of a hormone called progesterone for the first 8-10 weeks after the embryo transfer. The hormones make it easier for the embryo to survive in your uterus.