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Hello, ladies. Joining the discussion about the packages costs and the set of services. I absolutely appreciate the treatment plans bio texcom invented for the IP. All they are all-inclusive, meaning you get transfers to and from the airport and the clinic. Donor eggs if needed. Interpreter with you at the clinic on every visit. Legal help to obtain documents for the baby after it is born. Monthly ultrasound reports with pictures of your baby. English speaking coordinator who will be your point of contact at the clinic. Medical procedures and medications. Medical and psychological examination of all surrogates. Payments to the surrogate. Finally, meals and accommodations. Though, the Economy package has been sold out for 2018 and 2019! There have been many changes to packages during 2018. Including all payments to the surrogates being made directly by parents now.
Monikadavid399 wrote:
C_Lains wrote:
Hello, ladies. Joining the discussion about the packages costs and the set of services. I absolutely appreciate the treatment plans bio texcom invented for the IP. All they are all-inclusive, meaning you get transfers to and from the airport and the clinic. Donor eggs if needed. Interpreter with you at the clinic on every visit. Legal help to obtain documents for the baby after it is born. Monthly ultrasound reports with pictures of your baby. English speaking coordinator who will be your point of contact at the clinic. Medical procedures and medications. Medical and psychological examination of all surrogates. Payments to the surrogate. Finally, meals and accommodations. Though, the Economy package has been sold out for 2018 and 2019! There have been many changes to packages during 2018. Including all payments to the surrogates being made directly by parents now.
Exactly, they are doing a wonderful job. I believe this is the first time that I have signed up for a process and I am so relaxed and calm. This is because the clinic is doing a really good job. They make sure that I am updated about everything. The services and the programs they offer are up to the mark. Another good thing about them is that for them quality matters a lot. This is something I really appreciate. Previously, the clinics I was visiting all of them cared about the money. They have been carrying my process smoothly. They do send us pictures of the ultrasound every then and now. I always get soo emotional whenever I see the pictures. It is such an emotional thing to go through. The manager who makes sure that we understand everything is also an amazing person. Hoping for the best now. Good luck to all.

This one is just amazing and I've never seen anything similar in other clinics so far. Hope this might be of some help for those seeking.
All-inclusive VIP €50:
You are provided a cellphone with a Ukrainian carrier for communication.
You stay in a standard room at the Venice Hotel or a luxury apartment for the first two visits. On your final visit, you stay in a bigger suite that specially equipped for babies.
You’ll receive a Newborn Package that includes all the things you’ll need when you start to take care of the baby.
You will receive PGD services, which helps eliminate poor embryos and also allows for gender selection.
A pediatrician will see your child every day, and there is also a 24/7 hotline for English-speaking Pediatricians, who can come visit you at any time if necessary.
Regardless of how far along the surrogate is, if the case of miscarriage, abortion, or death of child, the agency will take care of the cost of paying the surrogate and finding a new one.
In case your baby is born premature, the agency will pay all medical fees regardless.
If you have twins, there is no additional fee!!
You will have 9am – 6pm nursery and babysitting services available to you every day.
You may attend the birth of your baby!!
I miscarried once in my life and that was the toughest stage to move through. I won't ever forget this bean. Moreover, I didn't want to replace it. But the thought of not doing anything made me feel even worse! So after some time we moved on with treatments. That time DE IVF shots at overseas bio texcom - finally successful. One of the major factors in IVF failure is chromosomal abnormalities in the embryo. This is true for all human embryos, whether naturally conceived or developed in the embryology lab. These abnormalities are the reason behind most miscarriages as well as failure to implant in an IVF cycle. Studies have shown that starting in their 30s, as women age, the incidence of choromosomal abnormalities in their eggs begins to increase. By the mid-40s as much as 75 percent of a woman’s eggs have chromosomal abnormalities. A man’s sperm develops more chromosomal abnormalities as he ages as well, but at a much lower rate than a woman’s eggs. It’s unfair, ladies, but it’s true.If you’ve had a failed IVF cycle, your fertility specialist may recommend PGS, preimplantation genetic screening, for your next IVF cycle. PGS tests a few cells from an embryo to determine if the correct number of chromosomes are present. Make sure you've got answers for: What are the practice’s success rates with women your age? Does the lab have a good reputation and experienced staff? Do you feel comfortable that your doctor is listening to you and is addressing your concerns?
Before you commit to the next IVF cycle, assess how you and your partner feel.
Hey there! I hope you are feeling better now. Miscarriage is a really hard thing to cope with hon. When I had my miscarriage I locked myself in my room and stopped talking to anyone. But my DH really helped me to stay strong and get back on my feet. Things are going great for me now, I m having my surrogacy at this clinic abroad. Just hoping it works this time. Pray for me. Stay blessed!
I am so sorry for your loss. I know this is so hard but don't give up. It can happen because of so many unknown reasons. I can understand what you are feeling but don't let it stop you from achieving your dream. I m with you. Stay strong.
MarilynRivera wrote:
Hey there! I hope you are feeling better now. Miscarriage is a really hard thing to cope with hon. When I had my miscarriage I locked myself in my room and stopped talking to anyone. But my DH really helped me to stay strong and get back on my feet. Things are going great for me now, I m having my surrogacy at this clinic abroad. Just hoping it works this time. Pray for me. Stay blessed!

Noce to hear good news from you. If you're using OE for the surrogacy plan, here are some tips after ER: 
Make sure you don't exercise for at least two weeks after retrieval. Your ovaries are still quite large and extended. So make sure you take it easy for the next few weeks. (Not to get them twisted which can be extremelly dangerous.) Try to take it easy. Drink plenty of water to stay hydrated. I was told no high impact activity. I only walked more to help keep the bloating and gas moving. Usually miralax or metamucil is recommended right away after retrieval. You can eat pretty much what you enjoy. But no food after midnight before retrieval. And do drink a ton of water and have Gatorade at hand. I got the G2, lower in calorie and sodium. But you need this to stay hydrated and to try and avoid ohhs as much as possible. Also, the retrieval if rather a simple & short procedure, you may have a tiny bit of cramps for a day but that's a bout it. So don't stress about anything.
Hey. I hope you are feeling better now. You have no idea how devastated I am after reading this post. I'm really sorry to hear about your miscarriage. You didn't deserve this. But there are some things you can't avoid. I know it must be hard for you. But you have to accept the reality now. I can't tell you why it happened. Your doctor can. I think you should talk to your doctor. No matter what happens, there are endless possibilities. So don't lose hope okay. If you have fertility issues, I know of a perfect clinic you could go to. So there's nothing to feel lost about. Just hope for the best.
I'm sure those won't do harm. Here's my personal experince of taking supplements when undergoing treatments. On our first and only cycle so far we got 5 eggs and had complete failed fertilisation, they stated this was due to egg quality and my age (I turned 38 the day egg transfer should have been), they also said there was nothing I could do to improve egg quality. I have since found out I have insufficient levels of vitamin D and vitamin B6.
For the first round I only took folic acid 400ug, vit D 10ug and vit C 500mg. Vitamin B-50 complex for 2 months. Strong start MVM one a day. Omega 3. Co- enzyme Q10 100mg. Slow release vitamin C 500mg. Bio- Kult 2 a day as I have intolerances which I think have led to the low level of b6 and possibly contributed to low vit D Level, but I may be wrong.
My vitamin D Level was 39.Vitamin B6 was 216 (Should be 250-680). Ferritin 42.5 (Should be 20-300).TSH 3.4
All the very best wishes to everyone on their journey. ??
I've come around another post today on another infertility board. A woman was discussing aneuploidy as the factor for her recent miscarriage. Here are some general facts about this issue. It is known to be the change in the number of chromosomes in the embryo. The common form of this issue is the syndrome, which is caused by an extra copy of chromosome 21. Good news is that it's typically detected through karyotyping. Generally the aneuploid chromosome set differs from wild type by only one or a small number of chromosomes. It's know that many serious birth defects are linked to aneuploidy. (because the chromosomes are the repository of DNA) In many cases, a fetus with aneuploidy are spontaneously aborted before it is fully developed. In others the organism may have a difficult time surviving after birth..
Pregnant women over the age of 35 are typically offered various tests for aneuploidy in the fetus. because the chance of these syndromes increases as the mother's age increases. Changes in chromosome number may not necessarily be present in all cells. It may be detected in just a specific tissue or within different cells in it. Bad news is that the risk of aneuploidy rises rapidly as women reach the age of 35 and beyond.. The production of aneuploid cells can be influenced by different factors.
I know the reasons for mc might be too various. But I did thought you could get sure this issue is excluded for you. Hope you're healing well. do drop a line soon.
Hi. I hope you feel better now. This is truly horrible. Imso sorry to hear about the death of your baby. It must have been so hard for you to deal with this. Sometimes the reasons behind such deaths aren't specified. Its just fate you know. I think you should take some time off for yourself. Don't TTC during this. Right now you need to work on your physical and mental health. You can start TTC again when you feel better. You will have a healthy baby soon. Don't worry okay? Worrying will get you nowhere. Good luck.
You have no idea how devastated I am after reading this post. I'm really sorry to hear about your miscarriage. You didn't deserve this. I think you should talk to your doctor. No matter what happens, there are endless possibilities. So don't lose hope okay. If you have fertility issues, I know of a perfect clinic you could go to. So there's nothing to feel lost about.
I, like everyone else, have unfortunately searched and found this site whilst looking for information and support due to being in circumstances I'd rather not be in. I will tell a little about my story. I am 35, married. have been through immense chronic stress over the last 3 years. Eventually I realised if i wanted a family i would need to get going through serious infertility treatments. I hadn't had a period for months. And before that they'd been erratic, something i put down to the trauma I'd been through..Suddenly, my body changed. Breasts suddenly very soft and saggy. Skin not as elastic...Again thought maybe stress. Slowly premenopause started to dawn on me..I went to the GP, FSH levels over 70. The more I read about menopause, the more I realise this is it. I have to have other tests but "I know".. Premature menopause is devastating, and then there's the increased risk of osteoporosis, heart disease...the feeling "old" and past it.. I have my wonderful dh to go through this with. But then there's the sense of urgency to feel better, to be able to get focused and look into DE IVF or , if lucy, onto mitochondria replacement therapy..When in reality I want to collapse in a heap of tears (Which I frequently do)..
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