Surrogacy treatment in Georgia -best surrogacy treatment in Georgia is performed at the fertility clinics under We Care IVF Surrogacy. The fertility experts examine the couples and suggest the best surrogacy treatment in Georgia based on their medical reports.
In every fertility clinic, the surrogacy treatment is performed either with a gestational surrogate mother or a traditional surrogate mother.
We will discuss both surrogacy procedures in detail on this page so that people will understand the difference between the two procedures.
(i) Gestational surrogacy: During gestational surrogacy, the fertility expert will fertilize the eggs of the biological mother or use the donor eggs, which will be fertilized with the sperm of the donor or the biological father. After the eggs are fertilized with sperm, an embryo is formed, which will be transferred into the surrogate mother’s uterus.
(ii) Traditional surrogacy: During traditional surrogacy, the fertility experts at the fertility centres under We Care IVF Surrogacy will collect the eggs of the surrogate mother or the donor eggs, which will be fertilized by the sperm of the donor or the biological father. Once the embryo is formed, it will be transferred into the uterus of the surrogate mother.
The difference between the two best surrogacy treatments in Georgia is that gestational surrogacy allows the couples to maintain the genetic relationship with the baby. However, in traditional surrogacy, only the father has a genetic relationship with the baby born as a surrogate is the genetic mother in traditional surrogacy.
How much do these best surrogacy treatments in Georgia costs?
The best surrogacy treatment in Georgia is the cost-effective treatments that range from Rs. 10 lakhs to Rs. 25 lakhs. The cost of the surrogacy treatment in Georgia will depend on the age of the couple, the surrogacy procedure they have chosen, any previous history of miscarriage, experience & qualification of the fertility experts, cause of infertility, etc.
However, this is an estimated cost of the best surrogacy treatment in Georgia. The fertility experts will confirm the actual after they examine the couples properly. The fertility centres in Georgia under We Care IVF Surrogacy offer a reasonable cost for surrogacy treatment because they understand that surrogacy not only emotionally affects the couples but financially too. After all, in other developed countries like the USA, UK, Canada, etc., surrogacy treatment is around Rs. 50 to 60 lakhs without including other expenses, whereas the best surrogacy treatment in Georgia cost will include the compensation made to surrogate mothers, pre & post-medical expenses, travelling allowances, food, accommodation, legal charges, fees of fertility expert & embryologist, clothing, etc.
The fertility centres in Georgia are the centres that aim to fulfil the emptiness in childless couples’ lives by offering them the best surrogacy treatment in Georgia so that each individual on this planet enjoys their journey of parenthood happily.
What are the success rates of the best surrogacy treatment in Georgia?
To date, the success rates of the best surrogacy treatment in Georgia is around 80 to 90%. However, this depends upon the age of the couples, negative previous medical history, cause of infertility in couples, etc. Still, if anyone compares the success rates of the best surrogacy treatment in Georgia at the fertility centres under We Care IVF Surrogacy with any fertility clinics of the developed countries then they will find Georgia is the best country in terms of achieving the highest success rates of the surrogacy treatment.
Nowadays, people from other developed countries are visiting Georgia because the fertility centres under We Care IVF Surrogacy use the same quality of equipment to treat the causes of infertility that other developed countries used but, they cost high for the same treatment.
What the legal formalities required to precede the best surrogacy treatment in Georgia?
To proceed with the best surrogacy treatment in Georgia, the fertility clinics under We Care IVF Surrogacy ask both parties, i.e. the surrogate mother and the biological parents, to sign a legal agreement before they begin the surrogacy treatment in Georgia. The legal agreement states that the biological parents will bear all the expenses throughout the surrogacy procedure, including the compensation made to the surrogate mothers.
On the other hand, a surrogate mother for the biological parents will carry a baby in her womb for nine months and hand over the baby to the genetic parents after the baby’s birth. She has full support from her family to help the other couples in building their family.
The legal agreement also states that the biological parents need to file a petition on the 3rd day of the baby born to the court, requesting the birth certificate should have the name of the genetic parents instead of a surrogate mother. The court will review all the documents related to surrogacy in Georgia. After verification, the court passes the order to the Department of Vital Statistics to issue a new birth certificate with the biological parent’s name as the legal parents of the newborn.
How are surrogate mothers hired at the fertility centres under We Care IVF Surrogacy?
The fertility centres under We Care IVF Surrogacy hire those women to be a part of the best surrogacy treatment in Georgia who fulfil the below-mentioned criteria:
- The woman should be between the ages of 21 to 42 years with a body mass index (BMI) not more than 30.
- She should be screened for infectious diseases such as Hepatitis B, HIV, etc., so that it will not impact the growth of the baby.
- A woman who wishes to be a surrogate mother should be mature enough to handle the emotional stress.
- A woman who wishes to be a surrogate mother should be married and have at least one baby.
- She should not have any previous medical history of miscarriages.
- To become a surrogate mother, she should be ready to sign a legal agreement required to process surrogacy treatment in Georgia smoothly.