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Thursday, 07 May 2020 06:59

Don't Delay Your Ukrainian Surrogacy Plans! Why You Should Start Now!

Don’t wait on your surrogacy plans! Now is the time to start, and here’s why The Coronavirus has introduced us to social distancing, quarantines, stay at home orders and international border closings. This situation is beyond our control and it can make us feel hopeless. It can feel like your dreams of having your child through Ukrainian surrogacy are in a helpless holding pattern. I can assure you this is not the case. As soon as the quarantine is lifted in Ukraine, medical facilities will be able to resume normal activity with donors, surrogates and intended parents. Ukraine is lifting…
Tuesday, 05 May 2020 14:46

Good News for Ukrainian Surrogacy: Ukraine Takes First Step Toward Semi-Normalization in a Post Covid World! Second Step Planned for May 11th.

Yeah! Good news! Ukraine is planning out its future and taking cautious careful steps. They have outlined a 4 step plan with the implementation of each step based on Covid-19 related health metrics. In the video below I outline the first two steps. They opened the farmer’s markets last Friday, May 1 and hope to achieve stage 2 around May 11th. A clarification in this video: the requirement that triggers step 2 is an increase in Covid-19 infection cases not more than 5% over 10 consecutive days. But wait there is more!! Just today, May 5th, Ukraine has opened for…
Sunday, 03 May 2020 15:19

I’m Hiring A Gestational Carrier To Carry My Deceased Husband’s Embryos

My husband, Dave, passed away unexpectedly at age 40 of cardiac issues. There were exactly zero symptoms and no warning signs, no foreshadowing of any sort. It was a sunny, brisk, autumn Sunday. He and our son, Jude, played hide-and-seek, then Jude scampered upstairs in his little sock feet for a nap. As I read Dr. Seuss to him in preparation for a restful afternoon sleep, life and death collided. An alarming loud noise came from downstairs. As I scrambled to assess the situation, our little boy sat upstairs, patiently obeying my call for him to remain in his room.…
Friday, 01 May 2020 08:18

Parents Of Dead West Point Cadet Can Use His Sperm To Produce Child, Judge Says

WEST POINT, N.Y. (AP) — The parents of a 21-year-old West Point cadet fatally injured in a skiing accident can use his frozen sperm to produce a child, a judge ruled while noting potential ethical considerations. Supreme Court Justice John Colangelo’s ruling, dated Thursday, gives Peter Zhu’s parents the ability to attempt conception with a surrogate mother using their late son’s sperm. The judge said Zhu’s parents have not decided whether they will try to use it. “At this time, the court will place no restrictions on the use to which Peter’s parents may ultimately put their son’s sperm, including…
Saturday, 25 April 2020 02:36

Amy Schumer Wishes All Could Afford IVF

Most insurance does not include fertility treatments. Couples should take a look at much more affordable Ukrainian surrogacy and IVF. Amy Schumer is one of the few celebrities that you can count on to really tell it like it is. The 38-year-old has never held back when it comes to talking about her personal life. And lately, there’s been a lot to share. Though Schumer admits she never imagined herself with a family of her own, things changed when she met chef Chris Fisher. The two welcomed their first child last year and are currently undergoing IVF to have another.…
Thursday, 23 April 2020 13:48

US IVF Clinic Transfers Wrong Embryo

With regulations, cameras and protocols for double monitoring, we hope this can't happen in Ukrainian Surrogacy. This article uncovers the devastating effects of the wrong embryo transferred into the wrong couple by a US ivf clinic. The California couple whose embryo was wrongly implanted in a Queens woman by a bungling Los Angeles fertility clinic finally got to meet their newborn son on Mother’s Day weekend. But weeks of legal wrangling and an agonizing secret courtroom hearing left Anni Manukyan and her husband Ashot unsure of whether they would ever see their baby. “We were so anxious to get him,”…
Tuesday, 21 April 2020 15:19

Fertility in the Workplace: Women are still Suffering

Infertility is more common that type 2 diabetes yet the support and resources in the workplace do not meet the need. Fertility treatment is on the increase in the U.K., approaching 68,000 treatment cycles carried out every year and approximately 1 in 6 couples (3.5 million people) affected. One in 8 women of reproductive age may face problems when trying to conceive a child, which makes infertility more common than Type 2 diabetes. In 2015, 73,000 babies were born using assisted reproductive technologies, a number that has doubled in the last decade. But, it is still being treated as a…
Sunday, 19 April 2020 11:57

Women in Medicine: 1 in 4!

Women in medicine are suffering from rates of infertility double the national average. Why is this and what can be done? Female doctors face a much higher rate of infertility compared with women in other professions. Dr. Erica Kaye is a pediatrics physician, researcher, but likely her proudest title is “Mom.” She and her husband welcomed their first child four years ago. But Dr. Kaye held tightly to a secret. "We had significant struggles with infertility for many years, as well as five pregnancy losses, and I grieved that journey very privately in large part to the shame and stigma,”…
Friday, 17 April 2020 08:01

Surrogacy in Times of COVID-19

The COVID-19 pandemic is hitting most of our countries, from different levels of isolation and lock downs, including traveling bans and limitations, health providers, and more it is a very stressful time for surrogates and IP’s who are obviously very concerned. For this reason, we decided to ask the top agencies, lawyers and service providers for some insights regarding surrogacy processes and its different stages at this uncertain times. Healing Infertility’s counselor Amira Posner helps us put words to these feelings: “The COVID-19 pandemic is showing us how to live with uncertainty. The good news is that those struggling with…
Wednesday, 15 April 2020 12:53

Ukraine Steps Up as Global Fertility Decreases

Ukraine Surrogacy offers many benefits for future parents - especially legal protections. By the Island Echo As fertility slides closer to becoming a worldwide epidemic, a few countries are hoping to offer better options. Population rates are falling in countries throughout the world. Countries like Iceland, Germany, Portugal and Poland are nearing a zero population growth. The US and Russia are also nearing the edge of zero. Throughout the world, fewer people are having children at the rates that once pushed economic growth. Population rates affect more than just the menial concept of whether or not people are having kids.…
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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.


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.