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candella546 4 Posts Tuesday January 9, 2018Registration date January 12, 2018 Last seen - Jan 12, 2018 at 12:50 AM - Latest reply:  amy
- Jun 29, 2018 at 03:19 PM
Hello, I am facing problems in having a child, i want a suggestions from the experienced couples who are trying to make a baby through surrogacy process and IVF process. My aunt suggested me to visit ukraine to make a baby as I can't have normal delivery, I am facing problems in my Embryo and i am very much worried about this. My doctor wants me to go through the process of IVF and surrogacy. But i need to know about complexities that i am going to face in this process. I want to learn the whole process. As my friend faced many problems in this process, Now she is fine but i don't want to face these problems. Kindly suggest me the best process.l
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anna_khor 15 Posts Tuesday January 16, 2018Registration date January 16, 2018 Last seen - Jan 16, 2018 at 12:25 PM
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Hi there. Hope you are doing well. Oh yes, my dear. An IVF treatment is quite successful. The only limitation in an IVF treatment is the Age of both man and woman. If you are younger than 34; your chances of success rate of an IVF treatment is more than 80%. Usually after 1-3 cycles; women conceive or they are sure that they are on the right path. Same age factor applies for men. If men is younger than 34; the quality of their serum is best. However; if you are older than 34, the chances of success rate starts t diminish. Why? The reason is due to aging process; the quality of eggs in women and serum quality in men gets affected. They started to get in poor quality and in the end couples falls to have a baby. So; if you are opting for an IVF treatment just keep this thing in mind. Anna.
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friendly_mum 13 Posts Monday September 25, 2017Registration date January 27, 2018 Last seen - Jan 27, 2018 at 06:09 AM
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Hi there, infertility is a restless devil that torment you both emotionally and make you feel physically weak, -
just try to stay strong. Both IVF and surrogacy can prove to be the solution to most of the worst fertility issues. However, keep in mind that not everyone gets a success right on the first attempt - so when you go forth with assisted fertility be prepared not to abandon the process if it takes but a couple of attempts.

IVF has an average success rate of 40-42% and Surrogacy is around 70%, nonetheless, it has proved to work wonders for innumerable couples including the one advanced menopausal state. While choosing the clinic it's important to consider their success rates based on your infertility concern - like if you're approaching 40 you should look for the one with high success rate with older couples and if you have tubal problems find one that is best for such infertilities.

A word of awareness: recently I found on a forum post that the couple has spent almost double that the actual surrogacy cost as their process wasn't covered by the clinic for mishandling on the surrogate's part. Make sure to read the contract carefully before going on with any clinic. Any clinic offering some repeated attempts or taking full responsibility for failures must have great confidence in their clinical fertility aid to have had gone to guarantee success. Wish you all the luck to find the right clinic soon enough and that may you success with getting pregnant! :)
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MelissaKirk 16 Posts Tuesday January 30, 2018Registration date February 7, 2018 Last seen - Feb 7, 2018 at 04:31 AM
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Hey there. I hope that you're doing good. I'm so sorry that you can't conceive naturally. I know that becoming a mother is a wonderful feeling. Everyone wishes for it. It's the desire of every couple. In fact, it's the ultimate goal of every couple. I totally understand your state. But thanks to the modern techniques. IVF is one of them. You're doing the right thing if you're going for it. Well, I don't know about the complexities. But I know that my cousin also had IVF. They insert different hormones on a daily basis through injections. The toughest thing probably. Plus it is a very rare thing that someone gets success on the first try. Usually, 3rd attempt works. I hope that you'll choose the best thing for yourself. Take care of yourself. Stay strong.
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Hello, Darling I'm honestly sorry for your struggle. But don't lose hope I was the one who was even more worst emotionally. But I was fertile, my husband is suffering from infertility. But not being able to become mother is the same for everyone. But I didn't sit with the motivation that whatever happens is because of fate. So I put efforts in finding the best treatment for us. I suggest you to go for IVF if you have tried all else. And if it is suitable for you than go for surrogacy. Both are exact and accurate for 80-90 `percent cases. I am one of the successful case too. So do good research and consult some professional doctors.
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Laverneash 4 Posts Thursday February 8, 2018Registration date February 8, 2018 Last seen - Feb 8, 2018 at 08:27 PM
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Hey there Candella! I hope you are doing good. I feel so bad for you hon! Conceiving naturally is the best way to become a mother. But if you can't, then nothing to be ashamed of. I was also not able to conceive naturally but that didn't stop me from following my dream. I made my dream come true through surrogacy. Surrogacy is a very successful technique and IVF is also very successful. They are so mainstream these days, everyone is conceiving with the help of them, But Age is a big factor during IVF(in vitro fertilization) If you are in your early 30s then maybe you will be able to conceive with the help of IVF, you will have more success rate. But if you are older than that, then go for surrogacy. Your chances with IVF are even less than 50%. Good Luck! Much Love!
gia9 37 Posts Saturday October 21, 2017Registration date July 21, 2018 Last seen - Feb 9, 2018 at 02:21 AM
Nah, that's not really the case. For as far as I know some clinics simply specialize in older couple IVF. With the clinically assisted fertility process, there's the least ravage of time. Whether IVF or surrogacy will be the suitable one depends on not the age but the infertility problems of the candidate actually. Needless to mention surrogacy is has both a greater success rate and is the last resort as well. Usually, as long as the uterine factors are in good vitals IVF might just work, with a bit of medication and corrective measures for other issues. There's less chance in IVF with uterus related infertility - as it simply enhances the fertilization process and has less involvement in implantation and following gestation that is concerned with the uterus. Also, the donor conception is included in the IVF module if they fail to improve egg quality or the sperms have defects that can't be helped. Though it's hard to say right away which one will be suitable as long as the uterus is intact and the clinics usually prefer an IVF round (if you haven't had any) before moving onto surrogacy but only a thorough diagnosis can give a clear idea of what is needed. Nonetheless, both IVF and Surrogacy have helped thousands of couple to have their baby dreams fullfilled.
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belastewart 6 Posts Tuesday January 30, 2018Registration date March 6, 2018 Last seen - Feb 9, 2018 at 01:45 AM
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Hey, Candella! i hope you are doing well. I am so sorry for you. I know it is the most difficult part in women life. When you are trying to conceive and you are not getting the results. Conceiving naturally is the best option. But if you can't have baby naturally then you have to choose other option to have a baby in your life. I am like you, i am trying to conceive from almost 7 years and not getting the desired results. IVF is not going to help you in this i think you should choose surrogacy process. Best of luck.
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FloraBiber 19 Posts Monday February 5, 2018Registration date February 27, 2018 Last seen - Feb 9, 2018 at 04:31 AM
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Hey there. Sorry to hear about you.
Here I would like to tell you about IVF and surrogacy as per my knowledge. Since I and my DH are ttc for last three months. No good news yet. I am afraid of being infertile because of endometriosis. So, I have been gathering information about other methods.
IVF is a process in which your eggs and sperms are kept outside the body for fertilization. After fertilization, they are transferred back to your uterus.
In surrogacy, your eggs and sperms are kept in some one's else womb. They carry your baby. After the delivery, the baby is yours legally and genetically.
And you can opt for donor's eggs in both the cases. If you have got some problems with yours.
Both the methods have their own benefits. Selection of the method depends on your problem.
Best wishes.
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KatherineGrant 4 Posts Thursday February 15, 2018Registration date February 17, 2018 Last seen - Feb 15, 2018 at 12:29 AM
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Sorry to hear about your condition. I know how hard it can be. Especially for a woman since children are so beautiful. However, surrogacy is definitely in my opinion a superb choice. I couldn't have children so I had my son through surrogacy. There are not a lot of complexities that go into this. If you pick a good clinic like I did they actually handle all the legal processing for you. Along with that it is a much better choice to have your child outside the United States. Since the fees are obviously much lesser. The Ukraine is definitely a good option. My own clinic was in the Ukraine and they were very helpful in helping me understand the entire process and guiding me throughout. As well as helping me meet the surrogate mother.
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NatashaLiam 98 Posts Friday February 16, 2018Registration date August 22, 2018 Last seen - Mar 5, 2018 at 10:36 AM
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Hello All!
I'm 43 years of age now.
I was married once and now i'm married again with my first marriage i had no luck of having children.
I was pregnant for many times in my first marriage but had many complications regarding having a baby.
Now i'm married again and i'm at an age of 43 by now and have no luck with having a baby again in my 2nd marriage too.
Although i have conceived 3 times in my 2nd marriage but had miscarriages every time i conceived.
Now luck and chances of having a baby from my own womb are no where to be seen.
So, i have convinced my husband to go for the surrogacy option as we have no other way to go for having a baby.
I know surrogacy is very common now adays but i'm also afraid of it too.
I know each and every aspect of surrogacy.
I researched alot about it and had concerned some clinics for it with positive feedback.
But i am worried about my behaviour towards a baby that i am going to have after this.
Tell me about your experience if you have also gone for surrogacy.
Anxiously waiting for comments and positive suggestions. Thanks in advance.
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pheobe412 178 Posts Monday January 22, 2018Registration date August 27, 2018 Last seen - Mar 5, 2018 at 10:56 AM
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See both methods are good. Everything you need to know is IVF is a process in which you are going to be injected with your egg and wait to conceive. In surrogacy same thing is going to happen with the surrogate mother. Everything would be yours. Just injected in your surrogate mother. Now you can choose what you want. Both would be great for you.
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tressalee 28 Posts Thursday June 21, 2018Registration date July 15, 2018 Last seen - Jun 28, 2018 at 03:06 PM
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Hi. Sorry to know about your infertility. It is very hard to face. the worst nightmare for all women. In this century we are lucky that we have other options. We can become a mother. Surrogacy and IVF are two of them. Many infertile women chose surrogacy. You can have your own biological child through surrogacy. It is really a miracle. I suggest surrogacy for you. Ukraine is best for surrogacy. If possible go there. have your treatment there. You will have a complete family. Your all dreams to become a mother will come true. You will be happy forever. Good luck to you. Take your decision wisely.
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victoria909 16 Posts Saturday June 23, 2018Registration date July 9, 2018 Last seen - Jun 29, 2018 at 07:41 AM
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Hey there. I hope you are doing well. Both surrogacy and IVF have proved to be a blessing. Both have their own benefits. I personally prefer IVF because it lets you conceive naturally. If we look at the success rate, surrogacy has a greater success rate. I would recommend consulting a specialist in detail. Wishing you all the best!
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healthymom 16 Posts Tuesday June 26, 2018Registration date August 19, 2018 Last seen - Jun 29, 2018 at 07:58 AM
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Hy dear, you are so right. We really need to spread the correct awareness. People think of it as an unnatural way of getting a child but they forget that it is a blessing for some people and families. They cannot imagine the depression infertile people are going through. I am myself 40 now. I have gone through many procedures like IVF etc. But nothing worked. I was not guided correctly thus I had to waste my time. I have been trying for last 10 years. Now I am left with surrogacy. I am very confident this is my actual door to open. I am really looking forward to it. People must start sharing their stories more openly. So that people don't waste the time I had to. Wish you best of luck
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shenny13 34 Posts Wednesday June 27, 2018Registration date August 29, 2018 Last seen - Jun 29, 2018 at 08:12 AM
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Hi, Darling, I'm genuinely sad for your battle. Yet, don't lose trust I was the person who was significantly more most exceedingly bad inwardly. In any case, I was prolific, my better half is experiencing fruitlessness. However, not having the capacity to wind up the mother is the same for everybody. In any case, I didn't sit with the inspiration that whatever happens is a direct result of destiny. So I place endeavors into finding the best treatment for us. I propose you go surrogacy rather than IUI and IVF on the off chance that you have attempted all else. What's more, in the event that it is appropriate for you at that point go for surrogacy. I am one of the effective cases as well. So do great research and counsel some expert specialists.
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haley11 19 Posts Friday June 29, 2018Registration date August 18, 2018 Last seen - Jun 29, 2018 at 09:17 AM
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Candela dear. You have come to the right place to seek advice. These forums have proven quite helpful to a lot of women out there. As far as my own story is concerned, I went through surrogacy. It was my own decision. My spouse helped me throughout the hard times. He was supportive. And never left my side. I really do hope you have a loved one by your side. I know it is hard. But it happens to the best of us. Don't let it break you down. Seek to advise from your doctor. Look up both the processes. Then decide what you are comfortable in. These procedures might not help you give birth. But they do help in having your own child. Stay focused and strong.
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SelenaHayes 14 Posts Saturday June 23, 2018Registration date August 18, 2018 Last seen - Jun 29, 2018 at 10:58 AM
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Hi there. How are you? I hope you're staying strong. I totally understand why you're concerned. Speaking from personal experience, I suggest you go for surrogacy. It has more success chances than IVF. I had my baby via surrogacy too. Wish you best of luck.
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hello candelabra! I am very happy to see you again. I am feeling dishearten for you. dear! don’t you worry. You can get any help from us. I admit that a couple have to face the complexities of surrogacy. but lady it’s a very easy process. We have to follow the few precautions then believe me everything will be OK. I will also share a link with you. you should follow this link and see it carefully. Here is the link httpd://YouTube/watch?v=sjrkOPbLH3. I hope you will find this link helpful. and if you find any type of help from us. Just contact us. We are always present for your help.
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