Surrogacy in Ukraine
In Ukraine surrogacy as well as other reproductive treatment methods, including oocyte donation, are fully allowed, and secured by existing legislation. Thus, according to the letter of the law, a surrogate mother cannot be an oocyte donor; the donor’s identity remains incognito, and the biological parents can only become acquainted with general information about this person. All rights to a child born by a surrogate mother are retained by its real parents – unlike the Russian law, the Ukrainian law protects the rights of genetic parents.
The only thing the legislation does not specify is the price for surrogate mothers’ services. Though it is possible on commercial basis, the amount of gestational courier’s payments is determined individually for each case. That is why it is so important to have not only good doctors, but also good lawyers accompanying the pregnancy.
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t is best to turn to lawyers who work in reproductive clinics – they have a wealth of experience with such contracts. It spells out every stage of pregnancy, additional payments in case of multiple pregnancies, miscarriages, delays in embryo development and other subtleties.
When is it necessary for a couple to use the surrogate mother’s services?
Surrogacy becomes the only possible treatment option if:
- The woman is missing a uterus or has any pathology (congenital or acquired);
- The endometrium is undeveloped, damaged and this leads to problems with the implantation of the embryo.
- A pregnancy occurs, but more than once it is terminated at an early stage, when the fetus cannot be preserved.
- If the pregnancy and/or delivery may threaten the life or health of the mother: in cases of diabetes, severe heart disease, kidney disease, etc.
- In cases of undetected causes of infertility, when multiple IVF attempts do not help.
Who can be a surrogate mother?
According to the requirements of reproduction clinics, surrogate mothers may be women of 18 to 35 years old, physically, and mentally healthy. A woman must have at least one healthy child of her own, and the consent of her spouse, if any, is required.
A surrogate mother is a woman who brings happiness into the home of people who cannot have children.
Our agency will help you to choose a surrogate mother and go all the way as easy and simple as possible. We will be with you throughout the entire process to make you feel comfortable.
To start the process, you need to contact us in a way that is convenient for you.