Surrogacy

Help from surrogate mothers may be necessary when pregnancy and/or childbirth is impossible or dangerous because of a woman’s health conditions. In many cases the woman and her partner may make embryos using their own eggs and sperm but, pregnancy is not possible or is not advised. Such conditions include:

  • Absence of the uterus due to inherited defects and uterine malformations (including Rokitansky syndrome/agenesis, and others);
  • Absence of the uterus after hysterectomy or surgery;
  • Diseases threatening to complicate health conditions or cause death in pregnant women (diabetes mellitus, systemic diseases, kidney failure, oncological diseases, and others);
  • Failed surgical interference (damage to endometrium basalis and functional layers, Asherman’s syndrome);
  • Multiple uterine fibroids at different locations;
  • Several failed in vitro fertilization (IVF) attempts;
  • Repeated pregnancy terminations.

Under the surrogacy program, surrogate mothers carry and give birth to children for the child’s biological parents. Most commonly, an embryo created using the egg and sperm from a couple unable to bear children (the biological parents). The biological parents’ embryo is placed in the uterus of a different woman (the surrogate). After the embryo implants, the resulting fetus grows to term in the surrogate. And is delivered, the newborn baby is returned to the biological parents according to contract.

Surrogacy Steps


  • If a physician (a reproductive specialist), after having evaluated a couple’s health condition, recommends the use of a surrogate mother for the couples biological child, the couple will select a surrogate from one of our recommended Surrogacy and Donation Agencies.
  • A intended surrogate mother completes necessary examination to assess her reproductive health. The biological parents and the surrogate must sign a contract that describes the details of their relationship, expectations and responsibilities. The biological parents are treated just as they would be for a standard IVF or ICSI cycle. The biological parents may opt for freezing and storing embryos for future use.
  • The surrogate mother’s uterus is prepared for embryo transfer just as if she is a recipient of donor eggs or  frozen embryos. Either fresh or frozen embryos may be transferred to the surrogate’s uterus. ReproART makes arrangements for all obstetric care of the surrogate.
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Questions? – Contact with Patient Coordinator at Surrogacy & Egg Donation  Agency info@ivftoursgeorgia.com or call +995 591 900 385

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