Surrogacy in Georgia

Surrogacy in Georgia


Georgia is quickly becoming one of the most sought-after countries for carrying out surrogacy as an affordable treatment for infertility. While in USA, UK and Canada, the charges for a single-attempt IVF procedure fall between the range of $100,000 to $150,000 and even more, in Georgia and especially at Royal Surrogacy, we provide the same services allowing you to save about 60% of the total fees!

Because of this reason, more and more international clients are considering Georgia as the destination for fulfilling their dreams of becoming parents. Our success rates are quite high as we take extra measures to ensure that pregnancy does occur as a result of artificial fertilization. And the surrogates we choose are healthy women who have had children before through natural birth and no health complications.
A surrogate is an emotionally strong selfless woman who agrees to carry a baby in her womb for nine months and give birth to her for another woman who cannot get pregnant due to medical reasons. The surrogate can be a friend or a family member as well as a complete stranger who might be offered compensation to carry out the procedure for the infertile couple. The amount to be paid to the surrogate is included in our plans and the intended parents don’t have to worry about it at all.

However, we understand that surrogacy, especially when it is carried out abroad, is a delicate matter. And therefore at Royal Surrogacy we have a team of professionals including legal advisors who prepare all the necessary contracts to be signed by the egg donor, the surrogate and the intended parents. This is to ensure that no legal issues arise after the birth of the baby.
At Royal Surrogacy, we make sure all surrogates are well taken care of once they get pregnant. Routine checkups are arranged and all medical testing and ultrasounds are completed at the recommended time. Even after pregnancy, we continue to support these women and offer them attractive compensation plans so that they would be willing to take part in surrogacy again. We also assign a Program Coordinator to the intended parents who assist them throughout this stressful journey and support them emotionally. This is to ensure that the parents stay relaxed and composed and are well prepared to take on the enormous responsibility once they become parents.

The intended parents will be required to visit Georgia at least two times to make this procedure a success. First, when they have to provide the sperm (and/or egg retrieval in case of self-cycle) to our clinic and sign legal contracts to initiate the procedure. And second, when the baby is finally born and they have to receive her and take her back home. In between this whole time, regular communication will be carried out with the doctors, the surrogate mother, and the program coordinator through Skype, email or text.
Georgian law explicitly allows the use of extracorporeal fertilization, which is also known as artificial or assisted reproduction, to address infertility in couples. The couple may decide to undergo surrogacy to have a child of their own through the use of any IVF procedure in which an egg donor might be used. Male factor infertility is also treated by means of ICSI or intracytoplasmic sperm injection and this procedure is also allowed by the Georgian law. In any case, once the surrogacy procedure is successful, the couple will be allowed to take their child back home as her registered parents and guardians.
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