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Wednesday, 02 June 2021 08:48

How Long Does Ukrainian Surrogacy Take?

This is a question we are asked by every couple. 

The easy answer is between 11-15 months.

The more specific answer is that it depends on you and on luck. Some things you can completely control, and others, like the timing of your surrogate's menstrual cycle are a bit out of your hands.

The documentation process at the beginning, should go quickly 1-2 months. It has taken less than 3 weeks or more than 3 months. We give you all the instructions and walk you through the process, but you have to be the one signing your signature and getting them notarized, apostilled or legalized in the specific way necessary in your country and state.

We have our doctors look at your test results to get you feedback and questions to help you make the best decision about they type of surrogacy you should pursue and the program you might want to ensure success without overpaying for more than you need.

Shipping sperm or embryos comes next or traveling to Ukraine to do your stimulation and egg retrieval there.

Donor matching depends on your requirements. We provide you with a handful of profiles and continue to send them until we find one you love. This process can take days or weeks. We have lots of donors, but you have to find the one that is perfect for you.

Once you choose a donor we have to wait for her cycle then stimulation and egg retrieval takes about 10 days.

Your embryos are cultured for 5-6 days and we recommend PGD testing on the viable blastocysts. This process takes about 3 weeks for results.

Once you have happy embryos ready to go, we will match you with a surrogate. We have surrogates available right away. Like with donors, it needs to be someone you feel comfortable and confident having as your surrogate. This process can take a week or a month.

For surrogate stimulation it takes 45-60 days depending on where she is in her cycle before transferring your embryo.

Then ten days before the pregnancy test.

You can speed this process up by choosing donors and surrogates that are ready to go in their cycle, completing documentation quickly and getting us started planning shipping as early as possible.

There are also opportunities to slow things down. Why? You may want to do this so you can spread out the payments. Since the payments happen according to events and not dates, if you want to you can start the documentation process and delay at several points - before you or your donor starts stimulation, before your surrogate starts stimulation. 

This can allow you to spread out the payments over a much longer time if you would like. Sometimes couples delay the process to try to avoid local holidays, aim for time they have off from work and can travel or avoid cold weather. 

After the pregnancy and delivery, the timing of getting exit documentation depends on your country. US and Ireland are usually the fastest, UK takes the longest. We expedite everything to minimize your stay. 

Our job is to do our best to meet your expectations, there are things that can throw timing off. Holidays, menstrual cycles and biology don't follow the schedule we would like. 

Now is the time to start.

Join Delivering Dreams’ Facebook group for intended parents considering Ukrainian surrogacy Intended Parents FB Group.

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Company name: Delivering Dreams International Surrogacy Agency
Name: Susan Kibler
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Tel.: +1 908 386 3864
Tel: +380 32 253-7541

website: www.delivering-dreams.com
Address: PO Box 36, 55 Main Street, Califon, NJ 07830

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Sunday, 21 March 2021 07:26

Why Frozen Embryo Transfers are overtaking?

According to a recent report from the HFEA features a pattern towards Assisted Reproductive Technology (ART) enlistments across the globe. It states that frozen embryo transfer has been increasingly seen as a mainstream embryo transfer protocol.

HFEA measurements depict that fresh embryo transfers dropped by 11 percent somewhere in the range of 2013 to 2018. On the other hand, frozen embryo transfers nearly multiplied, representing 38% of all In Vitro Fertilization (IVF) cycles in 2018.

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Friday, 29 January 2021 11:47

TE Quality in Blastocysts

To select the best blastocyst for transfer, three morphological parameters have routinely been used, i.e. 1. The degree of cells expansion, 2. the appearance of both outer part of the cell mass - the trophectoderm (TE) and 3. the inner cell mass (ICM). Although it has been shown that blastocysts with highest scores for all three parameters achieve highest implantation rates, their independent ability to predict pregnancy outcome remains unclear.

Trophectoderm is the first cell type that emerges during development and plays pivotal roles in the first step of reproduction in a placental of baby. The trophectoderm develops into the placenta and construct the placenta.

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Monday, 25 January 2021 09:25

DD Clinic Inspection and Verification

How Do You Know the Clinics and Agencies to Work With for Ukrainian Surrogacy

One of the first and most important questions couples ask us when they are considering surrogacy is:

"How do we know which clinic to work with? How can we know which clinics are the best?

Currently, there are now about 50 surrogacy facilities offering affordable surrogacy programs in Ukraine. Quality varies significantly. For something as important as your child, choosing a low-quality clinic can be disastrous. Working with the best quality clinics is essential to your success in bringing home a healthy child.

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Ukrainian Surrogacy: How It Works For Couples Longing For A Child

Ukrainian Surrogacy has been in the news a lot recently. Rightly so. It is has become the go-to location for couples to have a child. The combination of secure legal rights, high success rates, affordability and accessibility, are very compelling. Delivering Dreams International Surrogacy Agency works with couples around the world to have children through Ukrainian surrogacy. They offer advantages that no one else does to protect couples from potential pitfalls, fully resolve their concerns and deliver a beautiful baby!

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Sperm chip is a method to select and prepare the sperm before ICSI (Intracytoplasmic Sperm Injection) and IVF (In Vitro Fertilization) treatments.

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Pausing in vitro fertilisation (IVF) treatment during lockdown will have a significant impact on women's ability to give birth, given that they were two months older when their treatment resumed.

The COVID-19 lockdown will likely lead to a drop of 0.5% in the live birth rate following IVF treatment. In the US, this is equivalent to 734 fewer live births per year.

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To select the best blastocyst for transfer, three morphological parameters have routinely been used, i.e. 1. The degree of cells expansion, 2. the appearance of both outer part of the cell mass - the trophectoderm (TE) and 3. the inner cell mass (ICM). Although it has been shown that blastocysts with highest scores for all three parameters achieve highest implantation rates, their independent ability to predict pregnancy outcome remains unclear.

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There is generally not much of a drop-off in a woman's ability to have a baby after IVF between the ages of 26 and 35. After 35, this starts to fall quite dramatically, so every month counts.

During the lockdown, across all ages of women, the two months with no access to hospitals for IVF treatment meant that women in the UK had a 0.5% lower chance of giving birth, compared to their usual chances. For instance, a woman who is aged 41-42 has a 12% chance of giving birth at her age.

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According to a recent report from the HFEA features a pattern towards Assisted Reproductive Technology (ART) enlistments across the globe. It states that frozen embryo transfer has been increasingly seen as a mainstream embryo transfer protocol.

HFEA measurements depict that fresh embryo transfers dropped by 11 percent somewhere in the range of 2013 to 2018. On the other hand, frozen embryo transfers nearly multiplied, representing 38% of all In Vitro Fertilization (IVF) cycles in 2018.

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Under Ukrainian law, surrogacy is a legal affordable option for traditionally married couples to have children using their own embryos, or with either an egg or sperm donor. There must be a medical reason you can’t carry a child. You are also able to participate if you have had 4 unsuccessful IVF attempts.

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Under Ukrainian law, surrogacy is a legal affordable option for traditionally married couples to have children using their own embryos, or with either an egg or sperm donor. There must be a medical reason you can’t carry a child. You are also able to participate if you have had 4 unsuccessful IVF attempts.