Surrogacy in Ukraine

Surrogacy in Ukraine is one of the options for married hetero couples

In recent years and in light of regulatory and legal changes, surrogacy in Ukraine has become a key option.

Ukraine holds a significant place in international surrogacy and numbers don’t lie. Over the past 5 years, more than 4,000 babies have been born through surrogacy in Ukraine, with every 9 out of 10 being to couples from other countries.

Eligibility: Married hetero couples

The legal framework – Known as the Ukraine Family Codex, these laws provide legal support for the surrogacy process. They cover full surrogacy, where both the egg and sperm originate from the couple, and pregnancy surrogacy, where the sperm belongs to the biological father, but the egg is received via a donation. In both forms of surrogacy, the surrogate has no legal rights over the child, and only the couple are registered as the newborn’s parents.

Advanced medical Centers – Ukraine is becoming more and more popular with people who are opting to have IVF treatment overseas.  There are over 30 IVF clinics operating in Ukraine according to the European Society of Human Reproduction and Embryology (ESHRE) but this number is sure to increase as Eastern Europe becomes a destination of choice for fertility treatment.

A wide range of surrogates and egg donors – Ukraine has a substantial range of women who have been vetted for the surrogacy process, with good physical and psychological health, lifestyles, and other factors. A large number of women are willing to be egg donors (and keep in mind that Ukrainian women are among the most beautiful in the world!). The surrogacy process in Ukraine can be completed within a relatively short and highly efficient timeframe thanks to our pool of available and suitable surrogates, combined with the Family Code of Ukraine, which simplifies registering the origins of a child who is born through fertility treatments. All egg and sperm donors are anonymous. For international patients, egg donors can be identifiable on unique occasions but only if the donor signs a voluntary consent of personal data disclosure.

Pros for Ukraine Cons for Ukraine
High success rates Programs available only for heterosexual  married couples
Well regulated law Delivery costs are very high  at private birth hospitals 2500-3000 USD
Multi-language medical team Prices are increasing steadily especially on the surrogacy part
Safe destination No insurance available for surrogates
No waiting list for surrogates or egg donors NICU costs need to be paid, around 250 USD per day
A lot of finished programs and good feedbacks available from parents Citizenship of Ukraine is not granted
The medical indication is needed to start the program Passport of Ukraine is not received
Standard and guaranteed programs available

50 000-65 000 USD
Fifth clinic hospital, Tbilisi, Georgia
+995 595 94 66 55

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