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Guaranteed IVF Pregnancy upto Baby heartbeat – Vinsfertility 2020

Refund Guarantee

The Refund Guarantee is offered to help you with IVF treatment cost. This program makes sure that after receiving all the required IVF treatment services if you still dont get a live birth (baby) then most of your money is refunded. This program is to make sure that Vins Partner Hospitals work completely to the success of its Patients and we as Vins we are able to help you achieve the highest Success Rates chance possible.

For Patients Using Their Own Eggs

Shown below are a few of the key factors that are considered for participation in the Refund Guarantee Program. If you have any of these factors, you may NOT qualify for the Refund Program. The refund program is designed for patients doing either traditional or donor egg cycles, and cannot be used with frozen donor eggs or embryo adoption.

Joint Degree

Ovarian Cystectomy or Endometrioma

Real Estate

Untreated Hydrosalpinx

General Counsel

Abnormal uterus

Health Care

FSH levels over normal limits

Arbitrations

Insufficient Antral Follicle Count

For Patients Using Donor Eggs

Shown below are a few of the key factors that are considered for participation in the Refund Program. If your Refund Guarantee IVF have any of these factors, you will NOT qualify for the Refund Program. The refund program cannot be used with frozen donor eggs or embryo adoption.

Joint Degree

Untreated Hydrosalpinx

Health Care

Abnormal uterus

All required lab results (FSH, AMH, semen, analysis, and uterine evaluation) must be completed within 30 days of starting treatment.

Advantages of refund programs

The popularity of refund programs is testament to patients’ positive sentiments about them. Not only do patients who receive money back like these plans, but they also are favored by women who go on to have babies, and by consumers who like to have financial choices.

 A refund program allows a patient to know exactly what the cost of successful IVF treatment will be, and also how much she will spend if she is unsuccessful. Thus couples can do financial planning up front, determine the maximum they are willing to spend to try to have a baby, and possibly be better able to finance care. Refund programs, then, give patients with limited resources increased access to assisted reproduction services, increase their confidence and security in meeting the financial demands of fertility treatment, and reduce couples’ anxiety about the potential cost of an unsuccessful IVF cycle or other form of treatment. Patients have even more options with programs that allow use of donor eggs, and those that define success as a live birth afford protection against the unfortunate and largely unpredictable outcome of miscarriage.

What Our Patients are saying

"IVF refund guarantee package made sure that I can try for at least 3 cycles. But the good news is that I got my success in the first cycle. Awesome experience."
Megha Dutta
Mumbai
"With the help of IVF Refund Guarantee package, we found the professional care from doctors during our IVF treatment. Moreover, our IVF was successful in second attempt"
RIYA SINHA
Kolkata
"I know it already that chances of IVF are more with more number of cycles. We got ahead with money back guaranteed package and got positive results in the first cycle"
Anutag sharma
Lucknow
"We had financial issues, so were worried while paying for IVF. But with IVF Guarantee package of Vins, we received result-oriented treatment without risking our money"
SuDHIR SINGH
Noida

Frequently asked questions

The IVF refund guarantee package is the program, which ensures that even if you do not conceive, then a pre-decided amount of the total package is returned to the customer.

The IVF refund guarantee package involves 3 IVF cycles in it. This helps the couples to try again, even if the first IVF cycle is not successful. More the number of IVF cycles performed, more are the chances of getting pregnant.

Here are some of the major advantages of IVF refund guarantee package over single cycle IVF:

  • IVF refund guarantee package helps the couples to get back a certain part of total amount of IVF package paid before the commencement of IVF procedure.
  • These kinds of refund programs help the individuals to have a peace of mind with respect to finances as well as the success of IVF treatments.
  • The best part of IVF refund guarantee package is that the chances of a couple of dropping out with the IVF procedure are reduced to an appreciable extent. This happens because no couple wants to lose the amount, which is paid back in case of 3 unsuccessful IVF cycles.
  • Hence, this package increases the chances of getting pregnant in a significant manner.

The success rate with IVF refund guarantee package is 89%. This clearly indicates that you can rely on this package without any worries and reap the benefits of the package in the form of a successful pregnancy eventually leading to the birth of your healthy baby.

The IVF refund guarantee package is specifically designed for IVF with self-egg as well as with donor egg. Doctors decide who is the eligible couple for this package.

Absolutely! You will have increased chances of conceiving a baby, if multiple cycles of IVF are utilized over single IVF. This is the prime reason why IVF refund guarantee package is designed.

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Guaranteed Surrogacy Program in 10 Lakh : 2020 – Vinsfertility ( Live Baby Birth Guaranteed )

10 LACK - ASSURED SURROGACY PROGRAM

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4 LAKH FIRST PAYMENT

 It will be charged for IVF Treatment, Egg Retrieval, Embryo Development, Embryo freezing, Embryo Transfer, PGS, Medication for treatment, Surrogate mother cost, It will be for the registration amount and Surrogacy Booking.

2 LAKH

It will be after positive pregnancy is achieved and the heartbeat of the baby. After that, we will be paying the surrogate mother his Payment instalment wise.

2 LACK(18TH WEEK )

Surrogate mother Next amount. The amount charged by the average surrogate mother in India is 5 to 6 lakh and her nine-month expenditure and stay with complete accommodation will cost around 9 to 11 Lakh.

2 LAKH ( 24TH WEEK )

● 1 Lakh ( 24th week ): It includes a Delivery cost. Final Living Expenditure of surrogate will be cleared.

Complete Six month ( Miscarriage is covered ) – Insurance.

 If surrogate mother get miscarriage under Six month Pregnancy then complete process will restart without any Further Payment.

12 LACK - ASSURED SURROGACY PROGRAM

5 LAKH FIRST PAYMENT

 It will be charged for IVF Treatment, Egg Retrieval, Embryo Development, Embryo freezing, Embryo Transfer, PGS, Medication for treatment, Surrogate mother cost, It will be for the registration amount and Surrogacy Booking.

3 LAKH

It will be after positive pregnancy is achieved and the heartbeat of the baby. After that, we will be paying the surrogate mother his Payment instalment wise.

2 LACK(18TH WEEK )

Surrogate mother Next amount. The amount charged by the average surrogate mother in India is 5 to 6 lakh and her nine-month expenditure and stay with complete accommodation will cost around 9 to 11 Lakh.

2 LAKH ( 24TH WEEK )

● 1 Lakh ( 24th week ): It includes a Delivery cost. Final Living Expenditure of surrogate will be cleared.

Complete nine month ( Miscarriage is covered ) – Insurance.

 If surrogate mother get miscarriage under Nine month Pregnancy then complete process will restart without any Further Payment.

13 LAKH ASSURED SURROGACY (TWINS INCLUDED )

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6 LAKH FIRST PAYMENT

 It will be charged for IVF Treatment, Egg Retrieval, Embryo Development, Embryo freezing, Embryo Transfer, PGS, Medication for treatment, Surrogate mother cost, It will be for the registration amount and Surrogacy Booking.

3 LAKH

It will be after positive pregnancy is achieved and the heartbeat of the baby. After that, we will be paying the surrogate mother his Payment instalment wise.

2 LACK(18TH WEEK )

Surrogate mother Next amount. The amount charged by the average surrogate mother in India is 5 to 6 lakh and her nine-month expenditure and stay with complete accommodation will cost around 9 to 11 Lakh.

2 LAKH ( 24TH WEEK )

● 1 Lakh ( 24th week ): It includes a Delivery cost. Final Living Expenditure of surrogate will be cleared.

Complete nine month ( Miscarriage is covered ) – Insurance.

 If surrogate mother get miscarriage under Nine month Pregnancy then complete process will restart without any Further Payment.

Choose the perfect Surrogacy plan

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NEW SURROGACY LAW IN INDIA - REGISTER BEFORE LAW CHANGES

Earlier July 2019 the Union Cabinet gave its nod to the surrogacy regulation bill 2019. The bill that aims to prohibit commercial surrogacy was introduced in the Lok Sabha on the 15th of July. Commercial surrogacy practice is also known as rent a womb was legalized in India in the year 2002. In order to promote medical tourism and soon India became the hub of surrogacy. Driven by factors like low cost and the absence of a strict legislation commercial surrogacy became a booming business in the country. According to a 2012 study by the Confederation of Indian Industry the size of India surrogate motherhood industry was 2 billion dollars a year.

How to Register in Surrogacy Program :

Steps to register with Vinsfertility ( वसं फेरलट के साथ पजं ीकरण करनेके लए कदम ) :

1. Click on above link ( लकं पर िलक कर):
2. Fill your details ( अपना ववरण भर):

a. Name ( नाम )
b. Mobile Number ( मोबाइल नबं र )
c. email id ( ईमेल आईडी )
d. which treatment looking for ( कस उपचार क तलाश है)
e. Amount to be paid – 10,000 INR ( Ten Thousand ) ( िजतनी राश अदा क जानी है)
f. Special Note ( Optional ) ( वशषे नोट (वकै िपक)

Vinsfertility Registration Benefits

Vinsfertility will Enroll surrogacy Program under Government of India. We prepare a
notarised stamp . ( भारत सरकार के अतं गत वसं फेरेलट सरोगेसी काय म का नामांकन करेगी। हम
एक नोटरकृत टैप तयै ार करतेह। )

After registration , We will create a group with a complete team of Following : Legal
advisor, Personal coordinator, account, Senior Fertility Expert. All teams will be
guiding you throughout. पजं ीकरण के बाद, हम ननलखत क परू टम के साथ एक पू बनाएंगे:
काननू ी सलाहकार, यितगत समवयक, खाता, वरठ जनन वशषे । परू टम आपको मागद शन देगी।

Vins Doctor will Continuously guide you for the Surrogacy Program.
वनस डॉटर आपको सरोगेसी काय म के लए लगातार मागद शन करगे।

The premium donor is available now, Intended parents also have the option to book the donors( ीमयम डोनर अभी उपलध है, इरादा माता-पता के पास डोनसको बकु करनेका वकप भी
है। )

PLEASE BRING THE FOLLOWING WITH YOU TO APPOINTMENT:

● Valid Photo ID ( Passport, Aadhar Card, Voter Id ) – any one of ID
● Test report (If taken fertility treatment before)

Twins or Triplets Delivery in Surrogacy – Multiple Embryo transfer Risk

Historically, multiple pregnancies were not uncommon with an in-vitro (IVF) cycle. The reason for this was straightforward. Due to the technology involved, for IVF to be successful, multiple embryos were often transferred at the same time increasing the chance of at least one embryo implanting in the uterine lining and resulting in a successful pregnancy. To compensate for lower rates of implantation for individual embryos and to achieve acceptable pregnancy rates, multiple embryos were transferred to each IVF patient. Consequently, IVF carried a higher chance of multiple pregnancies.

From the start, however, the goal for IVF was to produce “a” pregnancy, and not necessarily to produce twins (or more). The desired outcome has always been, and remains, healthy pregnancy and delivery, and of course a healthy baby. Over time, though, intended parents building their families through assisted reproductive technology (ART) got used to the notion of having more than one baby at a time and even sought this out. The feeling was that twins could be viewed as “getting two for the price of one,” and saving time and money to grow their family this way. With the advances in technology, this has changed dramatically, particularly in the last few years — especially when it comes to recipients of embryos formed from donated eggs. Today, transferring more than one embryo is not recommended by the Indian Law, unless there is a clear medical reason to transfer two. The primary reason for this? Multiple pregnancies and multiple births create situations that carry both risk and expense.

Facts that intended parents and gestational surrogates who are tempted to “try for twins” should be aware of:

COST:

One of the most common risks of carrying twins or triplets is premature birth. If, because of premature birth, babies require a stay in a neonatal ICU (NICU), the costs to the parents will be not only financial but also personal and emotional. Healthcare experts have estimated that medical costs for delivery and newborn care can be as much as four times greater for twins than for single babies. The amount increases to twelve times higher for triplets!

Also, keep in mind, studies show the total cost of raising multiples is likely higher than the cost of raising the same number of singletons. Everyday items needed for a child will need to be purchased all at once in multiples which may be a financial burden (rather than, of course, re-using what you already have for your baby as your family grows).

COMPLICATIONS:

In addition to premature birth, the risks associated with multiple pregnancies include low birth weight (which can bring problems such as cerebral palsy, neural-tube defects like spina bifida, vision and hearing loss, and other developmental or neurological problems), intrauterine growth restriction, the need for Caesarean sections, pre-eclampsia, and a greater chance of gestational diabetes. While any pregnancy has risks, many risks are dramatically increased with twin births: Singleton deliveries are associated with a 9% risk of low birth weight, a 2% risk of very low birth weight, and a 14% risk of prematurity, while these same risks jump to 57%, 9%, and 65%, respectively, with twin births. The financial and emotional costs of caring for children with lifelong disabilities, if any result, may be high.

SELECTIVE REDUCTION:

When a surrogate finds herself carrying multiple fetuses (greater than twins), often physicians will recommend a selective reduction to reduce the number of fetuses to just one or two to increase the chances of a successful, full-term pregnancy and delivery of a healthy baby. But choosing to undergo a selective reduction may be an emotionally difficult decision for both intended parents and gestational surrogates — one that can be avoided by choosing a single-embryo transfer.

FASTER MATCHING:

Intended Parents who choose a single-embryo transfer generally get matched faster with a gestational surrogate. The fact is more and more gestational surrogates are requesting a single-embryo transfer; they are well-informed and understand the risks that come with multiples, and are often aware of the medical recommendation of ASRM for single embryo transfer (many mental health providers will discuss this in particular during the mental health evaluation).

Additionally, even if willing to carry twins, not all gestational surrogates are approved by the treating physician to carry more than one. Keep in mind that because a gestational surrogate is by definition healthy and fertile, when two embryos are transferred the result frequently is multiple pregnancies. The good news is that as implantation rates have improved, the practice of transferring multiple embryos has been reassessed, and the emphasis has shifted to a close focus on the quality of embryos, the age of the egg provider, and the recipient’s age. In the end, ART parenting is willing to work with intended parents who are set on having twins —- as long as their fertility clinic is on board, and fully understand the overall risks versus the benefits.

Surrogacy Law in Georgia (Europe) – Legal Regulation of Surrogacy ın Georgia 2020

General Rules of the Laws of Georgia (Europe) in Terms of Surrogacy Regulations:

In Georgia (Europe), there is no specific separate law/statute regulating only assisted reproductive technologies (‘ART”) or either of its method including surrogacy. The following normative acts (some article of these acts) refer to the issues of surrogacy and ART in general:

  •  Law of Georgia (Europe) on Health Care adopted on 10.12.1997 (Articles 141, 143 and144);
  •  Law of Georgia (Europe) on Civil Acts, adopted on 20.12.2011 (Article 30);
  •  Law of Georgia (Europe) on the Legal Status of Foreigners and Persons with no Citizenship, adopted on March 05, 2014, in force from September 01, 2014 (Article 49 1 );
  •  Order of the Minister of Justice on the Establishment of the Rule on Registration of Civil Acts, adopted on January 01, 2012 (Article 16 and Article 19);
  • Law of Georgia (Europe) on Patient Rights adopted on May 05, 2000 (Article 22);
  •  Joint Order of the Minister of Justice of Georgia (Europe) and of the Minister of Internal Affairs of Georgia (Europe) on the Establishment of Rule of the exit from Georgia of the Child born in Georgia as a result of In Vitro Fertilization (Surrogacy), adopted on April 11, 2016.

The basic regulations concerning surrogacy and ART, in general, are outlined in Article 141, 143 and 144 of the Law of Georgia (Europe) on Healthcare, specifically:

1. Article 141 of the Law of Georgia (Europe) on Healthcare determines the following:

141. “Fertilization with the donor’s sperm shall be allowed: a) due to infertility, if there is a risk of transmitting a genetic disease from the husband to the child, or for fertilization of a single woman if a written consent of the infertile couple or the single woman has been obtained. If a child is born, the infertile couple or the single woman shall be deemed as parents, with the responsibilities and authorities proceeding from this fact. The donor shall not have the right to be recognized as the father of the born child”.

The terms used in Article 141 are not quite clear, however, the wording of this article can be interpreted as allowing the use of donor sperm in the fertilization procedure (for example, insemination) provided that fertilization does not refer to in vitro fertilization with the surrogacy program. Such procedure shall be allowed both for the infertile couple and for a single woman provided that the patient signs the informed consent about such a procedure.

Article 143 of the Law of Georgia (Europe) on Healthcare refers to in Vitro fertilization including surrogacy and determines the following- 

“143.  1. In vitro fertilization shall be allowed:

a) to treat infertility if there is a risk of transmitting a genetic disease from the wife or the husband to the child, using the gametes or embryo of the couple or a donor, if a written consent of the couple has been obtained;

b) if a woman does not have a uterus, by transferring the embryo obtained as a result of fertilization to the uterus of another woman (‘surrogate mother’) and growing it there; obtaining the written consent of the couple shall be obligatory.

2. If a child is born, the couple shall be deemed as parents, with the responsibilities and authorities proceeding from this fact; the donor or the ‘surrogate mother’ shall not have the right to be recognized as a parent of the born child”.

Article 144 of the Law of Georgia (Europe) on Healthcare refers to the allowance of the usage of frozen gametes and embryos for artificial fertilization and determines the following:

“144. It shall be possible to use male and female gametes or embryos that have been conserved by freezing for artificial fertilization. The time of conservation shall be determined according to the couples will, under the established procedure”.

As a result of the analyses of the regulations provided in the laws of Georgia (Europe), it may be concluded that In Vitro Fertilization may be performed in the following ways: In vitro fertilization with the use of the couples’ or donor’s gametes or embryos, fertilization with

the donor’s sperm, in vitro fertilization with the use of a surrogate mother and the use of frozen gametes or embryos during in vitro fertilization.

In Vitro Fertilization with Surrogacy:

Laws of Georgia (Europe) do not determine the term “Surrogacy”. In terms of the procedure referring to surrogacy, the law of Georgia (Europe) on Healthcare (Article 143) is quite laconic and incomplete in the light of legal accuracy and only determines that In Vitro Fertilization shall be allowed if a woman does not have a uterus, by transferring the embryo obtained as a result of fertilization to the uterus of another woman (‘surrogate mother’). According to this the wording for the surrogacy to be performed, apart from obtaining the written consent of the couple (potential parents) the law requires non-existence of the potential mother’s uterus as a pre-condition for the commencement of such a procedure. This is considered as a drawback of the law in practice interpreted as requiring the medically determined health state of the potential mother thus not having the ability to impregnate and bear the child, in other words, medically evidenced need for surrogacy.

Even though the law does not directly refer to the permitted forms of surrogacy, it is interpreted as allowing gestational surrogacy (where the surrogate mother is only a gestational carrier and does not provide her oocyte for fertilization) and prohibiting traditional surrogacy (where the surrogate mother has a genetic link to the child).

As for the forms of gestational surrogacy itself, as mentioned above, the law does not make any reference to it. However, it might be interpreted in the following manner: it is allowed to perform in vitro fertilization and embryo transfer procedure with the use of either the oocyte donor or sperm donor and the gamete of one of the potential parents and to transfer the received embryo to the surrogate mother’s uterus. In this case, the child born as a result of such a procedure will have a genetic connection only with one of the parents. Besides, the law does not directly require that the child born as a result of surrogacy should have a genetic connection with at least one of the parents neither it directly states such availability. However, such a possibility may be indirectly determined under the regulations set forth by the Order of the Minister of Justice on the Establishment of the Rule on Registration of Civil Acts, adopted on January 01, 2012 (Article Article 19) (hereinafter the “Rule of Registration of Civil Acts”). Article 19 of Rule of Registration of Civil Acts determines the rule of birth registration of the child born as a result of surrogacy arrangements and determines the required documents to be submitted to the Civil Registry for the issuance of a birth certificate showing the potential parents as legal parents of the child. Specifically, Article 19 determines that in addition to the document certifying the fact of in vitro fertilization issued by the medical institution upon the embryo implantation, the following shall be submitted to the Civil Registry:

The agreement certified by a notary and concluded before in vitro fertilization between the following parties:

  • the woman delivering the baby and genetic parents; or
  • the woman delivering the baby, genetic parent, person to be recorded as a parent of the child (who is not a genetic parent) and donor; or
  • the woman delivering the baby, couple and donors.

The legal parents of the child born as a result of in vitro fertilization shall be considered:

  • genetic parents;
  • genetic parent and person to be recorded as a parent of the child;
  • couple.

Even though the Order refers to the procedure of the birth registration, in consideration of its provisions it can be concluded that even if both the oocyte and sperm donors have been involved in the procedure of in vitro fertilization and the received the embryo has been transferred to the surrogate mother (gestational carrier), the potential parents not having the genetic link to the child shall be considered the legal parents of the child (provided that all the documents are submitted to the registry in the form and manner as required).

For the potential parents to be recorded as legal parents of the child delivered by the surrogate mother the following requirements should be met:

1. In vitro fertilization and embryo transfer to the surrogate mother’s uterus shall be performed in a clinic and the document issued by the clinic shall certify the performance of such a procedure;

2. In Vitro fertilization may be performed either with the use of:

  • potential parents’ gametes or
  • gametes of one of the potential parents and a donor; or
  • gametes of donors.

3. Surrogacy cannot be used by a single potential parent or same-sex couple. Potential parents must be a heterosexual couple. No evidence of registered marriage or another form of relationship between the couple is required;

4. No proof of the DNA test is required; the document issued by the clinic certifying the performance of the procedure is sufficient;

5. There are no requirements established for the surrogate mother or potential parents to be eligible for the application of surrogacy (e.g. age, surrogate mother’s marital status, consent of surrogate mother’s husband, etc). The only requirement established for the use of surrogacy is the medical need for surrogacy for potential mothers. No separate evidence is required to be submitted to the Civil Registry for the registration of the birth of a child. The document issued by the clinic certifying the performance of the procedure is sufficient.

6. Potential parents are required to conclude the agreement concerning surrogacy before in vitro fertilization and certify it with the notary. Significantly, the agreement cannot be certified by the notary after the embryo is transferred to the surrogate mother’s uterus. The violation of this term will lead to the negative decision of the Civil Registry refusing potential parents to be recorded as legal parents of the child delivered by the surrogate mother. Besides, the parties of such agreement should be:

  • Potential parents and surrogate mother if no donor is involved in the procedure of in vitro fertilization;
  • Potential parents, surrogate mother and the donor if the donor is involved in the procedure of in vitro fertilization;
  • Potential parents, surrogate mothers, and donors if the donors are involved in the procedure of in vitro fertilization.

Since the Georgian legislation requires the above-indicated agreement to be notary certified, it means that the identity of every party of the agreement shall be revealed and cannot be maintained confidential. The parties of the agreement have to either appear at the notary and sign the agreement in the presence of the notary or the parties (either of them) may be represented by another person (s) based on valid notary certified power of attorney (if the power of attorney is issued outside Georgia (Europe), it shall be notary certified and apostilled).

7. Besides, the fact that the child is born as a result of surrogacy should be indicated in the medical reference issued by the maternity hospital where the child is born. Such reference is sent electronically by the maternity hospital to the Civil Registry within 5 business days from the birth of the child. The registration of the birth of the child is fulfilled by the Civil Registry upon the documents required by the legislation are filed by potential parents in the Registry but no later than 7 calendar days from the date the medical reference on the birth is submitted. It is noteworthy that if the documents are not submitted to the Registry within this indicated period, or insufficient documents are submitted, the Registry is authorized to refuse registration of potential parents as legal parents of the child. This decision of the Registry may then be either appeared in court or civil lawsuit might be filed in court claiming for the recognition of parental rights.

8. If the Registry refuses to register the potential parents as the legal parents of the child born as a result of surrogacy, Registry provides the relevant information to the Social Service and the latter shall determine the name and surname of the Child. In such a case, the birth certificate of the child is issued without indicating the parents of the child. The full custody of the child legally is granted to the Social Service and Social Service may decide to grant the temporary custody to potential parents while the dispute concerning the recognition of potential parents as legal parents of the child is finally settled. It should be underlined that the Georgian legislation prohibits any indication of a surrogate mother or/and the donor in the birth certificate of the child even in case of refusal to register potential parents as legal parents of the child. Moreover, the law directly determines that the surrogate mother and the donor are not entitled to claim parental rights over the child.

9. There are no references made to the form of surrogacy, in other words, there are no direct regulations whether commercial surrogacy is allowed or whether only altruistic surrogacy is permitted. Accordingly, there are no prohibitions concerning the payments to be made to surrogate mothers or other restrictions regarding the activities of intermediary agencies. As for the requirements of the Medical Institutions concerning the performance of in vitro fertilization, the medical institutions are required to obtain written informed consent from the patients before the commencement of such a procedure.

10. Besides, the child born as a result of the surrogacy arrangement in Georgia (Europe) cannot leave the country, if the birth certificate of the child does not determine both legal parents of the child even if the child has a foreign passport.

Top 3 Best Surrogacy Centres in Cyprus with High Success Rate 2019

Surrogacy is a process involves insemination of the male sperm into the uterus of the surrogate mother who then carries the embryo of a child till its birth for the Intended Parents. here you can find the list of Top 3 Best Surrogacy Centre in Cyprus, the Middle East with Surrogacy packages, Success Rates, Services & working fertility specialist in Cyprus, Middle East:

  1. North Cyprus IVF Center, Nicosia (Best Surrogacy Centre in Cyprus)
  2. Dogus IVF Fertility Clinic, Cyprus (Best Surrogacy Centre in Cyprus)
  3. British Cyprus IVF Hospital, Cyprus (Best Surrogacy Centre in Cyprus)

1. North Cyprus IVF Center, Nicosia (Best Surrogacy Centre in Cyprus)

  • Address: Amasya Sk, Lefkoşa 99010
  • Surrogacy Doctors: Assoc. Prof. Dr Savas Ozyigit (Director & IVF Specialist) etc
  • In Vitro Fertilisation (IVF) Cost: $35000 to $50000.
  • Intrauterine insemination (IUI) Cost: 
  • Surrogacy Cost: $US 55,000 to $US 57,000
  • Services Offered: IVF, IUI, ICSI, Surrogacy, Infertility Treatments etc.
  • Rating: 4.2 / 5.0
  • Fertility Success Rate: 75%
  • Book Free Appointment: +91 9643264509
  • Website: https://www.lowcostivf.net/

As the first ISO 9000 qualified clinic in Northern Cyprus, North Cyprus IVF has been leading the way infertility treatments since its establishment. Our clinic cooperates and collaborates with many prestigious hospitals, scientists and agencies all over the world in order to provide you with the highest quality of treatments available. This collaboration has brought the cutting edge MicroSort technologies to Cyprus in late 2011. The MicroSort technology that allows for highest precision sperm sorting for gender selection treatment is only offered in Mexico and now at our clinic for family balancing reasons. North Cyprus IVF is the only patented clinic to offer this method in the entire world except for the Americas. North Cyprus IVF Centre combines low-cost affordable treatments, the highest level of technology and know-how with high success rates for its patients. Both patients and the IVF centres converge on one ultimate aim – success! This is a common goal for both patients and their fertility specialists. For patients, a Successful fertility treatment translates into a successful pregnancy which will result in a healthy baby nine months later. For IVF clinics, success translates into prestige- it is an indication that the clinic is doing its job right! This makes pregnancy a mutual goal for both patients and their fertility specialists.

2. Dogus IVF Fertility Clinic, Cyprus (Best Surrogacy Centre in Cyprus)

The Dogus IVF Centre has become one of Cyprus best clinics in the field of In Vitro fertilization as well as all other fertility treatments for over 20 years. Dogus Fertility Clinic and its team of highly qualified specialists ensure that each case is treated with unique and continuous care, and all treatment is done in an affordable and time-conscious manner. With patients from all over the world, Dogus fertility clinic and its team assure you its most dedicated efforts towards helping your family goals come true. From your very first consultation to the completion of your treatment, Dogus Fertility Clinic assures your state of the art equipment, advanced technological procedures, highest-ranking specialized doctors and above all, meticulous caregivers who will guide you through your journey to successfully attaining a healthy and loving family. In addition to the cutting-edge and uniquely personalized fertility treatment plans, Dogus Fertility Clinic offers In-Vitro Fertilization (IVF), Egg Freezing, Egg Donation, Surrogacy, Pre-Genetic Implantation Screening and/or Diagnosis (PGS/PGD) as well as, above all, the best doctor-patient relationships. With the advancement of Assisted Reproductive Technology (ART), many clinics all over the world now offer various advanced procedures, however, only the most successful clinics match technology with patientcare by putting just as much time and effort into being the best doctors, counsellors, and advisors to their patients.

3. British Cyprus IVF Hospital, Cyprus (Best Surrogacy Centre in Cyprus)

  • Address: Dr Bahri İlter Sk 7, Lefkoşa 2681
  • Surrogacy Doctors: OP. HASAN BANKEROGLU, M.D. (Gynecology and Obstetrics) etc
  • In Vitro Fertilisation (IVF) Cost: $35000 to $50000.
  • Intrauterine insemination (IUI) Cost: 
  • Surrogacy Cost: $US 55,000 to $US 57,000
  • Services Offered: IVF, IUI, ICSI, Surrogacy, Infertility Treatments etc.
  • Rating: 4.1 / 5.0
  • Fertility Success Rate: 70%
  • Book Free Appointment: +91 9643264509
  • Website: https://www.cyprusivf.com/

British Cyprus IVF Hospital, Cyprus has a cumulative 23 years of experience in the fields of IVF, donation and reproductive treatment. Our success rate of 97.82% is attributed to the use of the latest technology together with an experienced professional team of staff. Many tests and methods that are not applied to any other centre in Cyprus are implemented in our hospital. We are transforming the dream of thousands of families into reality every year, with the use of the latest technology such as CGT (Recombine) which enables scanning of hundreds of genetic diseases, ERA test which increases the pregnancy rate, and IMSI which enables selection of the best quality sperm. We are one of the largest families in the world, with over 50,000 healthy IVF baby successfully born over the course of 23 years. Our experienced professional team comprises of the best in this field, together with the use of the latest technology we are maintaining a success rate of 97.82%. We are the only IVF hospital in Cyprus who screens donors medically and genetically endeavouring to provide the healthiest of donors.