When people create a family, their natural desire is to continue in their beloved son or daughter. All that is not happening? In this case, medicine suggests using reproductive technology. Progress in human reproduction and genomics opens up new possibilities for people. Surrogate motherhood packages from Feskov Human Reproduction Group, developed on a «turn-key basis without hassle», guarantee a 100% chance of having a healthy baby!
Surrogacy is an inexhaustible source of disagreement, both at the domestic and global levels. Opponents insist on the abnormality of this method of reproduction, although what can may be more normal than the desire of a married couple to raise their baby. At the Center for Human Reproduction of prof. Feskov A.M. know everything about it.
The desire to have your own baby is the most natural desire for a married couple. But if it is not feasible in a natural way, the couple turn to the help of a surrogate mother. So what are the costs of such a reproduction method?
Infertility is the scourge of modern society. Specialists identify three main reasons for the inability of women to become pregnant. These are mainly ovulatory disturbances (36%) and tubal patency problems (30%), in the third place is endometriosis (18%). But reproductive medicine does not stand still.
There is a very good attitude towards egg donation in Canada, thanks to the work of the media, which covers these issues in a purely positive light for the general public.
Many of frozen egg donor banks in Canada have recently stepped up their activities. Their occurrence is a consequence of the changing patterns of reproductive behavior. Women postpone the birth of a child to a later date in order to engage in career growth , self-development, and achievement of financial well-being. Freezing oocytes allows you to save them for many years, and the development of medicine can ensure a woman's pregnancy even at a very mature age.
Egg donor services in Australia are legal, but there are aspects that make their popularity and availability very limited. Firstly, the prohibition on commercial donation. An egg donor in Australia and in Melbourne in particular can provide services to childless couples only on a non-profit basis. In case of a financial reward, both the donor and the future parents will be brought to justice. Secondly, anonymous donation is excluded in the country. So, in accordance with the law, parents are required, upon the first request of a child over 18, to provide him with complete information about the biological mother (donor). Predictably, such circumstances are not expected to contribute to the influx to egg donor agencies in Australia. Therefore, childless couples begin to look for donors abroad.
UK law has introduced extremely unpopular measures in the field of regulation of reproductive legislation. Due to the cancellation of anonymous donation, the egg donor bank in the UK has thinned a lot. Since 2005, children born using donor oocytes have the right to learn all about their biological mother. This measure also did not contribute to the popularization of donation services. The resulting serious lack of donors has led to the fact that a donor egg for IVF in England can become available to a childless couple after 2-3 years of waiting. Well, the state support measures served by the final chord: the remuneration is fixed, the egg donor in the UK costs about 750 pounds.
In some cases, childless couples require a donor egg and IVF procedure for the birth of the child. Therefore, spouses have many questions: how much does an egg donor cost, is it possible to have a personal acquaintance with him and to make sure that the donor and client are visually similar, and others. Not in all countries egg donation is legal: in Austria, Germany and Switzerland it is forbidden, in Greece voluntarily and free of charge (only transportation costs and lost wages are paid).
Married couples experiencing difficulties with childbearing, in some cases, opt for reproductive programs involving a surrogate mother. In this regard, the question arises about the private surrogacy Australia cost of, the legislative framework for this service, the size of the surrogate fee and others.