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Re: Ukraine surrogacy testimonials

Postby Bethnoah » Thu Sep 14, 2017 1:17 pm

I am planning for surrogacy this year. I also have chosen Ukraine. Before this time I do not want to go for surrogacy. I was using some of the random methods to become a mother. This was quite a painful journey for me. I was TTCing for 3 years with no positive results. IVF was also very painful. I also lost hope after two to three cycles. It was really heartbroken for me. This is the reason I have to admit my infertility. I am now planning for surrogacy. This is the full and final decision now. How about Ukraine.
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Re: Ukraine surrogacy testimonials

Postby liam beth » Sat Nov 18, 2017 10:59 am

Hi Audeb. I am one of the mothers who were able to have a baby through surrogacy. I was so upset when I found out that I cannot have my baby. It was really a hard time. However, surrogacy made my life easier. I got my surrogacy procedure done from a clinic in some other country. I am one of their happy and satisfied clients.
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Re: Ukraine surrogacy testimonials

Postby maryponce » Mon Dec 18, 2017 3:55 am

I am planning on IVF cycles. I suffered from hormonal imbalance. That is why I have some difficulties. I can't conceive. I suffered from two consecutive miscarriages. I am going to IVF now. They are also very painful. I hope this works. My doctor has advised me that. Hoping for best. 
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Re: Ukraine surrogacy testimonials

Postby tatebrown » Wed Dec 20, 2017 9:22 pm

I wasn't ovulating a getting a period, so it was close to impossible to conceive, it seems hopeless, a miracle may happen. Year after infertility diagnoses, I chose not to give up.My friend suggests to go Ukraine for treatment and now I am currently 34 weeks. Its really feels like a miracle.
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Re: Ukraine surrogacy testimonials

Postby Ghost » Thu Dec 21, 2017 12:24 am

tatebrown wrote: now I am currently 34 weeks.


You just posted in another thread that you have not yet had your transfer.
Avoid IVF and surrogacy in Ukraine. Ukrainian centers pay shills to post here under numerous sock accounts pretending to be patients in Ukraine. Centers using such deceptive advertising cannot be trusted and should be avoided.
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Re: Ukraine surrogacy testimonials

Postby Dad_Soon2Be » Wed Dec 27, 2017 9:18 am

It was not at all easy for us to make the first step. But finally, we did it and we're really excited. Our surrogate is 5 months pregnant now. On May 2017, we came across BioTexCom clinic recommended by our doctor. My wife has an unexplained infertility issue. We tried a lot to conceive but it just wasn't happening. She had 5 miscarriages in past. Doctor strictly said NO for IVF. Since surrogacy was the only way to become the parent of our biological child, I did some research work about the clinic. We began contact with the clinic by email and phone calls. We were told about the main procedure, and an appointment was made to discuss all the details further. We traveled to Ukraine at the beginning of June. At the clinic, they explained everything about the contract, payment, and conditions. Everything went as we were told before so no surprises. Our biggest concern was related to the surrogate mother. We were actually wondering if there might be any legal issues to get our baby after delivery. All our doubts were cleared when they showed us how everything is done legally. The duties of the surrogate mother and the future parents are perfectly determined by the Ukrainian Law. We signed the contract next day and made our very first payment.

From all point of views, it was a good experience for us. We're so thankful to BioTexCom team who are helping us on the journey of parenthood.
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Re: Ukraine surrogacy testimonials

Postby Ghost » Wed Dec 27, 2017 3:15 pm

Dad_Soon2Be wrote:It was not at all easy for us to make the first step. But finally, we did it and we're really excited. Our surrogate is 5 months pregnant now. On May 2017, we came across BioTexCom clinic recommended by our doctor. My wife has an unexplained infertility issue. We tried a lot to conceive but it just wasn't happening. She had 5 miscarriages in past. Doctor strictly said NO for IVF. Since surrogacy was the only way to become the parent of our biological child, I did some research work about the clinic. We began contact with the clinic by email and phone calls. We were told about the main procedure, and an appointment was made to discuss all the details further. We traveled to Ukraine at the beginning of June. At the clinic, they explained everything about the contract, payment, and conditions. Everything went as we were told before so no surprises. Our biggest concern was related to the surrogate mother. We were actually wondering if there might be any legal issues to get our baby after delivery. All our doubts were cleared when they showed us how everything is done legally. The duties of the surrogate mother and the future parents are perfectly determined by the Ukrainian Law. We signed the contract next day and made our very first payment.

From all point of views, it was a good experience for us. We're so thankful to BioTexCom team who are helping us on the journey of parenthood.


Surrogacy is very expensive and has numerous legal issues. It should be avoided except when absolutely necessary.

Avoid Ukraine. Clinics in Ukraine pay advertisers to pretend to be patients posting here under numerous sock accounts, like yours. Avoid any center(s) that use deception to lure patients.
Avoid IVF and surrogacy in Ukraine. Ukrainian centers pay shills to post here under numerous sock accounts pretending to be patients in Ukraine. Centers using such deceptive advertising cannot be trusted and should be avoided.
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Re: Ukraine surrogacy testimonials

Postby Dad_Soon2Be » Thu Dec 28, 2017 6:46 am

Ghost wrote:
Dad_Soon2Be wrote:Avoid Ukraine. Clinics in Ukraine pay advertisers to pretend to be patients posting here under numerous sock accounts, like yours. Avoid any center(s) that use deception to lure patients.

You're a doubting Thomas, ain't you? But I still respect you. This is our real story. And it hardly matters if you ain't buying it. I would have no problem sharing my case papers with you. May God bless you.
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Re: Ukraine surrogacy testimonials

Postby Ghost » Thu Dec 28, 2017 4:02 pm

Dad_Soon2Be wrote:
Ghost wrote:
Dad_Soon2Be wrote:Avoid Ukraine. Clinics in Ukraine pay advertisers to pretend to be patients posting here under numerous sock accounts, like yours. Avoid any center(s) that use deception to lure patients.

You're a doubting Thomas, ain't you? But I still respect you. This is our real story. And it hardly matters if you ain't buying it. I would have no problem sharing my case papers with you. May God bless you.


Yours might be real, but I have good reason to doubt it.

First, men seldom post here. The vast majority of posters have been female. Second, most posters over the years have come here to ask questions, not to boast about their outcomes.

Third, the majority of recently registered posters have been shills (probably one person with numerous sock accounts) for a clinic in Ukraine. It's easy to tell they are fakes. Among the many ways to tell:

One posted she was 30, then that she was 36.
One posted she was 33, then that she was 44.
One posted she was pregnant, then posted she was about to start IVF.
Several signed their posts with the names of their other accounts. Oops.
Some said they used surrogacy for reasons that have nothing to do with surrogacy. Fertilization issues, for example, are not solved by surrogacy. No competent physician would recommend surrogacy for such an issue.

And more.

So maybe you are the one poster who really was a patient at a Ukrainian clinic. Unlikely, but maybe. Either way, there have been many fakes here in the last few months, and my warning to avoid dishonest clinics still stands. Even if you really are a patient, you must agree with that if you are honest.

Avoid the Ukraine. Clinics there employ shills to post here under sock accounts pretending to be patients. Avoid any centers that advertise so dishonestly. And surrogacy should be avoided unless absolutely necessary due to the high costs and potential legal nightmares.
Avoid IVF and surrogacy in Ukraine. Ukrainian centers pay shills to post here under numerous sock accounts pretending to be patients in Ukraine. Centers using such deceptive advertising cannot be trusted and should be avoided.
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Re: Ukraine surrogacy testimonials

Postby Dad_Soon2Be » Fri Dec 29, 2017 5:27 am

Ghost wrote:Yours might be real, but I have good reason to doubt it.

I really afraid that you have no reason.

Ghost wrote:First, men seldom post here. The vast majority of posters have been female.

This statement really freaks me out. Why can't a man write/post something like that? Why is it only a woman?

Ghost wrote:Second, most posters over the years have come here to ask questions, not to boast about their outcomes.

I would like you to recheck where I've posted my comment. It's "Ukraine surrogacy testimonials". Do you really think people should come here and ask their questions? I've just shared my story.

Ghost wrote:Third, the majority of recently registered posters have been shills (probably one person with numerous sock accounts) for a clinic in Ukraine. It's easy to tell they are fakes.

It took me a bit, but I got it eventually. You ain't wrong. Most of the time, people make fishy posts. Genuine posters are always less in number. Alas, such cheap marketing tactics are now seen everywhere. You write very well. But I think they know why they should go for surrogacy. Nobody has any extra money to spend. When there's nothing possible, they look forward to surrogacy as the last option. And I have no earthly idea why you're completely against Ukraine. We might disagree but that's your point of view. We're a satisfied couple. We would surely recommend it to other intended parents.
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Re: Ukraine surrogacy testimonials

Postby Ghost » Fri Dec 29, 2017 6:50 am

Dad_Soon2Be wrote:I would like you to recheck where I've posted my comment. It's "Ukraine surrogacy testimonials". Do you really think people should come here and ask their questions? I've just shared my story.


And on the Introductions board.
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Re: Ukraine surrogacy testimonials

Postby Dad_Soon2Be » Fri Dec 29, 2017 7:17 am

Ghost wrote:And on the Introductions board.

Is it really bad to mention the name of the country where we started a successful journey to parenthood? I didn't mention the clinic's name there on the Introduction board. God knows what exactly triggered you in my post. As I previously said, you ain't nothing friend but a doubting Thomas.

Let's not bicker and argue over this. May God bless you.
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Re: Ukraine surrogacy testimonials

Postby Ghost » Fri Dec 29, 2017 4:03 pm

Dad_Soon2Be wrote:
Ghost wrote:And on the Introductions board.

Is it really bad to mention the name of the country where we started a successful journey to parenthood?


That depends on the motive and the truth of the claim.

Most such claims of late have been false, or at least, made by posters who contradict themselves with false stories.

There are >1000 IVF centers. Nearly all of the recent claims on these boards have been false/contradictory claims about one center in the Ukraine.

I have made >4000 posts here and have NEVER mentioned my own center.
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Re: Ukraine surrogacy testimonials

Postby nora253 » Thu Jan 04, 2018 6:40 pm

hi, there are a lot of IVF centres throughout the world that are curing any type of infertility and giving 100% results. I have also heard about a clinic in Ukraine, that is giving outstanding results.There, any kind of infertility can be cured and if you want to have your baby through surrogate mother, all the facilities are available there at very reasonable prices. Just find their website and email them. You would be asked to collect all the necessary medical certificates. After that they will call you and will sign a contract. They will provide you with a surrogate mother who can be matched with you. Then embryo cultivation process will take place and embryo would be transferred into surrogate mother. Positive result comes within two weeks. Then you can see the ultrasounds of your growing baby week by week through mail. Every month you can receive ultrasound pictures, videos and photos of your future baby.Then the birth of the child takes place and you get the birth certificate. After signing some papers and documents, you can take baby to your home, as this is your own baby. It is not my personal experience but one of my friends had this procedure done and they are now living happily with their child.
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Re: Ukraine surrogacy testimonials

Postby Ghost » Thu Jan 04, 2018 9:28 pm

nora253 wrote:hi, there are a lot of IVF centres throughout the world that are curing any type of infertility and giving 100% results.


No clinic on Earth has 100% live birth rates per cycle or per transfer. None.

Success rates in Europe are lower than in the USA, but the cycles are cheaper.
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