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Postby voilet547 » Thu Dec 07, 2017 6:35 am

Hi ladies. I want to hear some suggestions. I am unable to have a child. Unexplained infertility. I don't have a lot of patience. So, I don't think I want to go for IVF or IUI etc. They take way too long. On top of that, there are no guarantees that it will work. So, what other options do I have? I was thinking of adoption or surrogacy. I don't have any particular preference. I am open to both options. Which ones better? What are the pros and cons of both? I am looking forward to hearing about your experiences too.
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Re: Which ones better? What are the pros and cons of both? I

Postby Zarah » Wed Dec 13, 2017 11:19 am

Hi ladies. I want to hear some suggestions. I am unable to have a child. Unexplained infertility. I don't have a lot of patience. So, I don't think I want to go for IVF or IUI etc. They take way too long. On top of that, there are no guarantees that it will work. So, what other options do I have? I was thinking of adoption or surrogacy. I don't have any particular preference. I am open to both options. Which ones better? What are the pros and cons of both? I am looking forward to hearing about your experiences too.


Sorry to hear that. I completely understand the feeling of being infertile for no reason. In my case, I had blocked fallopian tubes. I underwent IVF. No doubt, it is a bit long procedure, but my clinic guaranteed me the positive results. They assured me repayment in case of failure. So, I suggest you IVF/IUI once, If nothing will work, then you can go with surrogacy or adoption. At least try once, may you get the chance to know how it feels to be pregnant. O, let me mention the name of the clinic for you, its BiotexCom in Ukraine. They provide many facilities including surrogacy. I recommend this clinic because they helped me to become a mother. It's a genuine advice, rest upto you dear. Wishing you luck for your future. Hope you can also get a chance to enjoy parenthood as every couple wants.
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Re: Which ones better? What are the pros and cons of both? I

Postby Ghost » Wed Dec 13, 2017 3:16 pm

Zarah wrote:Hi ladies. I want to hear some suggestions. I am unable to have a child. Unexplained infertility. I don't have a lot of patience. So, I don't think I want to go for IVF or IUI etc. They take way too long. On top of that, there are no guarantees that it will work. So, what other options do I have? I was thinking of adoption or surrogacy. I don't have any particular preference. I am open to both options. Which ones better? What are the pros and cons of both? I am looking forward to hearing about your experiences too.


Sorry to hear that. I completely understand the feeling of being infertile for no reason. In my case, I had blocked fallopian tubes. I underwent IVF. No doubt, it is a bit long procedure, but my clinic guaranteed me the positive results. They assured me repayment in case of failure. So, I suggest you IVF/IUI once, If nothing will work, then you can go with surrogacy or adoption. At least try once, may you get the chance to know how it feels to be pregnant. O, let me mention the name of the clinic for you, its BiotexCom in Ukraine. They provide many facilities including surrogacy. I recommend this clinic because they helped me to become a mother. It's a genuine advice, rest upto you dear. Wishing you luck for your future. Hope you can also get a chance to enjoy parenthood as every couple wants.


Zarah is another sock account advertising for a Ukrainian clinic by pretending to be a patient.

Avoid any clinics that advertise so deceptively.
Note: I am not an MD and not an expert.
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