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Tuesday, 09 April 2019 04:33

Is It Dangerous To Ship Sperm Or Embryos For Ukrainian Surrogacy?

Often we are asked if the quality of embryos or sperm can be negatively affected by shipping. The answer is absolutely no. The shipping companies that move biological material do that and only that. They don’t move pianos add ship embryos on the side! This is all they do. A good shipping company will coordinate the pickup with your lab, all the documents pre-shipment and take care of customs. They guarantee safe delivery. There is no way. There is no way as their reputation and business depend on their speed and safety of your shipment. Learn More About International Surrogacy…
Saturday, 06 April 2019 11:41

Why Our Donor Matching Process is Extraordinary

At Delivering Dreams, all our donors are vigorously screened BEFORE we offer them to you. We have made sure they meet all the conditions set by the Ukrainian government – your donor must have a least one healthy child born naturally without any complications and be without any complications and between 25-35 and pass some basic medical tests. We take the testing way further with extensive medical and psychological testing, home visits and family history. Often our donor selection process starts before you finalize your contract. Based on your requirements – hair color, eye color, height, education, hobbies and more,…
Tuesday, 02 April 2019 10:17

How long does surrogacy in Ukraine take?

Once you have signed your agency contact. (With Delivering Dreams, all our contracts are under US law to provide you additional protections and peace of mind.) It can take 12-15 months until you bring your child home. From donor matching, surrogacy matching and synchronizing their cycles if you are doing a fresh transfer, can take 2-3 months. To speed up this process, we often try to match donors even before you sign. After implantation/transfer with success you are looking a bit over 9 months. Depending on what country you are from, it can take 2 weeks to 6 months to…
Friday, 29 March 2019 10:24

What To Do With Extra Embryos?

After your surrogacy journey, most couples are likely to have unused embryos. There are options as to what you can do with these. Most likely you have frozen the remaining embryos in case the first attempt was not successful. After you have a healthy child there are several options: Continue to store your embryos in case you might like a sibling down the road. In Ukraine you may store your embryos for an unlimited amount of time unlike some countries and the cost is extremely reasonable. You can donate them to research You can donate them to friends you know…
Thursday, 28 March 2019 13:48

Single Embryo Transfer or Multiple Embryo Transfer??

Most agencies (including us at Delivering Dreams) and professional artificial reproductive organizations like the American Society for Reproductive Medicine recommend single embryo transfers. Why? We want to ensure a safe and successful pregnancy and surrogacy for you, your surrogate and your baby. Double embryo transfers can be risky. They are more likely to have complications. For your children the risk of low body weight, health issues and complications increases. The pregnancy for your surrogate can also be more dangerous. It is natural for intended parents who have been struggling to have children for so long and experienced such loss to…
Wednesday, 27 March 2019 13:06

Exploring Fertility Treatments? Things your Doctors May NOT Tell You? 1 There is NO Guarantee of Success

“Some physicians are not explicit enough about estimating the success rate for each particular patient,” says Alice Domar, PhD, the chief psychologist and the director of integrative care at Boston IVF. “There is now software available to provide a reasonable personalized estimate.” A woman’s chance of becoming pregnant through ART depends on many factors, including the proficiency of the doctor or clinic performing the procedure, her infertility diagnosis, and her age. On average only 38 percent of ART cycles result in live births for women under age 35, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). This success…
Tuesday, 26 March 2019 09:46

With UkrainianSurrogacy, What Will Be On My Child’s Birth Certificate?

Most intended parents worry about the legal status of their child from Ukrainian surrogacy and their position as parents on the child’s documentation. Ukrainian surrogacy is very safe and progressive in this way for intended parents. YOU and you alone will be on your child’s birth certificate as your child’s parents. There will be NO mention of a surrogate or a donor if you had one. So, the birth certificate will look like any other birth certificate you would get if you had a child outside your country. It will show that your child was born to you in Ukraine.…
Monday, 25 March 2019 10:58

Fertility Treatments May Cause Your Partner An Emotional Roller Coaster

Your partner’s state of mind can be affected, too, especially if fertility treatments go on and on. That same Human Reproduction study found that psychological symptoms of maladjustment — including anxiety, depression, active-avoidance coping, catastrophizing, and difficulties in communication with their partner — increased significantly in men one year after the couple’s first fertility evaluation. (Your partner may benefit from seeking support, too.) From an article by Stacy Colino and medically reviewed by Kacy Church MD Learn More About International Surrogacy In Ukraine: Delivering Dreams helps couples throughout the world struggling with infertility have children. Located in NJ and Kyiv…
Sunday, 24 March 2019 16:36

Who Should Consider Surrogacy as an Opportunity to Have Children?

One in eight couples suffers from infertility. For many, IVF, while roughly 20% successful, works. There are also many ways to create a family, like adoption. If you are unable to safely carry and deliver a child, you should consider surrogacy. There are several reasons you may not be able to safely carry a child such as: Existing medical condition – whether it is something you are born with or not; Not having a uterus from birth or as a result of a hysterectomy Uterine abnormalities, including uterine scarring The inability to develop a thick, supportive uttering lining Hypertension Heart…
Saturday, 23 March 2019 20:06

Things your Doctors May NOT Tell You? IVF Can Be Painful

Doctors often neglect to mention that fertility injections, given as part of IVF, can cause physical discomfort. For one thing, “the shots can hurt, depending on where they’re being given, the needle size, and which medicines are being given,” says Covington, who is the editor of Fertility Counseling: Clinical Guide and Case Studies. And it’s not uncommon for the injection site to become sore and tender over time. The upshot: “Many patients feel that they are not adequately prepared for the physical and psychological burden of a treatment cycle,” Dr. Domar says. From an article by Stacy Colino and medically…
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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.