Overseas IVF

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Overseas IVF

Post by Sleepless » Fri Aug 09, 2013 3:08 am

What are some good stories of overseas IVF. My wife and I are hunting for info! Please help

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Re: Overseas IVF

Post by agihana » Mon Sep 02, 2013 11:09 pm

hi, sleepless..I live in South Korea at the moment, and one of my friends who undergo IVF-ICSI procedure got lucky by getting twin on the first try at the clinic. I’m now trying the same procedure, with the same doctor, crossing fingers it’s going to turns out great for us too! Baby dust to us all.. ^^
btw, this clinic is in Busan, but they also got branches all over SK, also a clinic in New York & Beijing. They got good remarks from the patients, but apparently there are lots of ivf clinic in here, the only problem is they can't speak English very well.

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Re: Overseas IVF

Post by woodyanita » Thu Oct 10, 2013 12:35 pm

Overseas IVF is a good option. The cost involved in the whole process will be very less as compared to the western world. You can try in India with the clinic Rotunda - The Center For Human Reproduction. The clinic is based in Mumbai and is equipped with all latest ART technology and equipments. The team of doctors is excellent and are masters in their surrogacy treatment. You can contact them online at http://www.iwannagetpregnant.com

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Re: Overseas IVF

Post by Mary J Ann » Fri Nov 22, 2013 3:20 pm

I want to share my story with all of you,but there are lots of familiar topics, so I will quote the message I posted earlier in another chat not to rewrite all over again:

"Hi everyone! :)

Me and my husband came back from a fertility clinic in Ukraine about a month ago (more and more people seem to recommend fertility clinics in Ukraine for the past two years). So after we tried lots of cycles in Israel, Greece and India we decided to go and try it in Ukraine. At first we searched all prons and cons of turning to Ukrainian reproductive clinics throughout the internet.
The main cons for us were:
- our mistrust (we've been doing IVF unsuccessfully for 5 years straight);
- a strange country (we have never been to Ukraine and didn't know what to expect from it, and we were worried about our health and the health of our future baby!);
- the language barrier.
On the other hand there were reasonable pros:
- the legislation which supports assisted reproductive technologies (ART);
- beautiful donors;
- proffesional staff, I mean both doctors and managers;
- comparably low prices (as for an avarage US salary).

So while searching we came across lots of medical tourism agencies and sure lots of clinics. We e-mailed a couple of agencies to find out what clinics they work with, and start looking through their websites. So we also e-mailed a couple of clinics and picked the one we liked best! If you are interested that was "Mother and child" clinics in Kiev. We were really happy we picked this clinic! The medical equipment is up-to-date, the doctors are really nice and surely proffesionals! The staff knows English, and our patient coordinator from international department was such a nice lady! She provided us with all information needed and supported us throughout the programm.

Finally, what I'd like to say is...THERE IS A BABY ON THE WAY!!!!!....We're on cloud nine... :D
So I would really say it is worth trying! And hopefully, in two years we will come back for a second baby! :) And it will definetely be "Mother and child" clinics in Kiev! (by the way, the city is really magnificient, especially at night)

So if any of you need some additional information or the contacts of our patient coordinator - feel free to ask! :wink: "

Good luck!
Mary J Ann Peters

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Re: Overseas IVF

Post by halvie » Sun Dec 08, 2013 1:09 pm

My husband and I are doing IVF-ICSI in Japan in a few days. Feel free to ask about the costs or any information and we would share what we could about our experiences here.

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