Childless couples from all over the world come to Georgia annually. In this country, the legislation in the field of reproductive technologies is loyal: commercial donation is allowed, strict selection is made of candidates who want to help childless couples become parents. A woman who wants to donate eggs should be physically and mentally healthy, preferably have at least one healthy child, be younger than 35 years old, have no bad habits (special tests are performed to identify traces of alcohol, nicotine and drugs) and hereditary burden.
Georgia is one of the most popular reproductive tourism destinations. An egg donor in Georgia receives a high fee for her services, is protected by law, and undergoes a comprehensive medical examination. Strict requirements are imposed on donors: those who have bad habits will be screened out by specialized tests that reveal traces of alcohol, nicotine and drugs. It is desirable that the candidate has her own healthy children - this is additional evidence of a woman's suitability for the responsible role of an egg donor.
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