Posted on 10/23/2019 in Surrogacy

6 Reasons to Upgrade to Guaranteed Surrogacy Pack

6 Reasons to Upgrade to Guaranteed Surrogacy Pack

Unlimited Guaranteed Surrogacy package consists of an unlimited number of: 

  • Drafting and finalizing the surrogacy contracts at the Notary’s office (every new trial the new surrogacy contract is prepared and issued).
  • Selection of the Georgian egg donor (or traveling egg donor’s selection on demand).
  •  “Generation” of ovarian stimulation protocol for the Georgian (or traveling) egg donor.
  • Selection and matching with the Georgian gestational carrier (every new trial the new surrogate mother can be selected).
  • Diagnostic testing for the egg donor and the surrogate mother.
  • Coverage of the involved medical services’ fees.
  • Ovarian stimulation protocol for the egg donor (the new egg donor can be chosen for the new trial).
  • Medication for the egg donor.
  • Medication for the gestational carrier.
  • Endometrium preparation of the surrogate mother for the embryo transfer (the new surrogate mother can be chosen for the new trial).
  • Egg retrieval (the Georgian or traveling egg donor undergoes oocyte pick–up).
  • IVF–ICSI/IMSI trials (for every new cycle).
  • Embryo culturing and embryo monitoring.
  • Embryo selection from the ‘generated’ cohort.
  • Embryo transfer into the Gestational Carrier’s uterus.
  • Embryo vitrification and storage of the vitrified embryos without fee up to 12 months.
  • Pregnancy tests after every new trial until the viable pregnancy is detected (the embryo heart activity’s confirmation is achieved).

 

Silver (Unlimited) Guaranteed Surrogacy with egg donation package includes all basic guaranteed listed above plus the following:

  • Configurable with self–cycle surrogacy on demand*.
  • *The intended mother’s anti–Müllerian hormone concentrations (AMH is the hormone that indicates the ‘balance’ of the ovarian reserve: low, normal or high) should be above 1 (1–4 ng/ml anti–Müllerian hormone concentrations). And she should have at least 6–8 antral follicles.
  • One–month babysitting (8–hour per day) is included.
  • Accommodation for the intended parents while waiting for the newborn’s registration is included.

And Gold (Unlimited) Guaranteed surrogacy with egg donation package includes all listed services above plus services listed for the Silver Guaranteed surrogacy with egg donation package and extra services exclusively for the ‘Gold’ package: 

  • At least 10 days staying in the Newborn Intensive Care Unit (NICU) if the baby has been born prematurely.
  • All miscarriage fees are covered by the Georgian IVF clinic/Surrogacy Agency. The gestational carrier will receive the compensation and the new IVF cycle will be started again and again.
  • All items needed for the newborn while the couple is waiting for the baby’s registration maximum for 3 months’ period.


More detailed information about fees that are covered by the Guaranteed Surrogacy final fee is more extensive than for the basic surrogacy with egg donation package. 

Agency fee for providing the Georgian egg donor’s selection, the Georgian surrogate mother’s selection and matching services, the management of the oocyte’s donor ovarian stimulation cycle, the management of the gestational carrier’s pregnancy, the assistance with issuing the embryo transfer Certificate and the birth certificate plus all documents needed for the Embassy. Agency service fee includes the assistance during the couple’s staying in Georgia and after the newborn has been born until the couple returns home with the baby or even twins!

Notary fee for preparing the surrogacy contract between the intended parents and the Georgian Gestational Carrier that is used for issuing the baby’s birth certificate. Unlimited new surrogacy contracts if the previous trial resulted in not viable pregnancy or miscarriage. Every time the Notary drafts and issues the new surrogacy contract. The Notary fee is covered by the IVF clinic or Surrogacy Agency every time.

Unlimited Gestational Carrier’s diagnostic testing and screening including all blood tests, hormonal tests, and the other screening procedures necessary for surrogacy:

Infectious Profile (STD Panel)

Pelvic ultrasound scan of uterine and pelvic physiology and pathology

Viral infections’ screening

Fallopian tube patency test (HyCoSy)

Blood screening tests for the Gestational Carrier may include the following:

  • Complete Blood Count test
  • Blood Chemistry
  • Blood Type
  • LH (Luteinizing hormone)
  • FSH (Follicle-stimulating hormone)
  • Estradiol (estrogen steroid hormone)
  • AMH (Anti–Müllerian Hormone)
  • TSH (thyroid-stimulating hormone)
  • Free T4 (Thyroxine)
  • Prolactin
  • Vitamin D Level
  • Rubella blood test (Rubella is a contagious viral infection)
  • Toxoplasma blood test
  • HIV1
  • HIV2
  • Hepatitis B blood test
  • Hepatitis C blood test
  • Syphilis blood test
  • Cystic Fibrosis Carrier Testing (the blood test)
  • If necessary: sonohysterography or Saline Induced Sonohysterogram (SIS) — a diagnostic test that involves an infusion of the special water into the uterus to shape the uterine walls and uterine cavity. This test shows uterine abnormalities such as scar tissue inside the uterus, polyps, or fibroids.
  • If necessary: Stress Test (EKG).
  • If necessary: Diabetes (Hemoglobin Glycosylated) test.
  • If necessary: Blood pressure monitoring is included in the diagnostic testing list.
  • Unlimited oocyte donor’s diagnostic testing and screening. Surrogacy with egg donation packages’ basic fee usually covers the screening tests for the Georgian egg donor. If the basic fee doesn’t cover the diagnostic testing for the traveling egg donor. A new screening bundle with a traveling egg donor fee can be ‘configured’ with surrogacy. These bundles are available to be purchased by the couple in the IVF clinic or Surrogacy Agency.


The diagnostic tests for the egg donor may include:

  • Antral follicle count (AFC)
  • Infectious Profile (STD Panel)
  • Viral infections’ screening
  • Fallopian tube patency test (HyCoSy) — usually is not performed.
  • Pelvic ultrasound scan of uterine and pelvic physiology and pathology — usually is not performed.


Blood screening tests that may be required to be done:

  • Complete Blood Count test plus Hemoglobin
  • Blood Chemistry
  • Blood Type and Rh factor blood test
  • LH (Luteinizing hormone)
  • FSH (Follicle-stimulating hormone)
  • Estradiol (estrogen steroid hormone) levels
  • AMH (Anti–Müllerian Hormone)
  • TSH (thyroid-stimulating hormone)
  • Free T4 (Thyroxine)
  • Prolactin levels (high prolactin levels can interfere with fertility or indicate infertility)
  • Vitamin D Level
  • Rubella blood test (Rubella is a contagious viral infection)
  • Toxoplasma blood test
  • HIV1 (Human Immunodeficiency Virus)
  • HIV2 (Human Immunodeficiency Virus)
  • Hepatitis B blood test
  • Hepatitis C blood test
  • Syphilis blood test (VDRL)
  • Cystic Fibrosis Carrier Testing (the blood test)
  • Cytomegalovirus
  • Herpes Virus
  • If necessary: Diabetes (Hemoglobin Glycosylated) test.
  • If necessary: Blood pressure monitoring is included in the diagnostic testing list.
  • Unlimited medication for the Gestational Carrier.
  • Unlimited controlled ovarian stimulation of the egg donor (consultations, medication, ultrasound monitoring, hormonal monitoring through the regular blood tests).
  • Unlimited egg donor’s compensation for egg donation.
  • Unlimited IVF with ICSI/IMSI including oocyte retrieval and collection, ICSI or IMSI fertilization, embryo culture, embryo selection, embryo transfer to the surrogate mother’s uterus, remaining embryo cohort’s vitrification and storage up to 12 months.
  • ***PGS (preimplantation genetic screening for 6, 8, 12, or 24 chromosomes ‘configuration) package can be synchronized with the basic surrogacy bundle’s fee and may cover screening up to 6 or 8 embryos (blastocyst stage). Every additional screened embryo may be charged an extra fee. If there is no PGS in the surrogacy package, the intended parents may purchase the PGS bundle. The cost starts at 3 500 USD. This fee covers screening up to 8 embryos. Every extra embryo biopsy will cost the couple 350 USD—400 USD.
  • ***PGD (preimplantation genetic diagnosis) for the single gene disorder package can be synchronized with the basic surrogacy bundle’s fee and may cover screening up to 6 or 8 embryos (blastocyst stage). Every additional screened embryo may be charged an extra fee. If there is no PGD in the surrogacy package, the intended parents may purchase the PGD bundle. The cost starts at 3 500 USD. This fee covers screening up to 8 embryos. Every extra embryo biopsy will cost the couple 350 USD—400 USD.
  • Gestational carrier’s fee for the embryo transfer is covered unlimitedly (every time the embryo transfer is performed).
  • Surrogate mother’s monthly fee is covered unlimitedly (every time the new trial is designed, the Georgian Gestational Carrier receives the monthly fee).
  • An unlimited pregnancy care fee covers consultations, medication, and pregnancy monitoring.
  • An unlimited maternity hospital fee covers the natural delivery, medication, surrogate mother’s care, and newborn’s care for 4 or 5 days in the maternity hospital.
  • Gestational carrier’s final compensation fee.

Extra options that can be included in the basic package and can be covered by the basic fee:

  • Assisted hatching (AH for the embryos),
  • Sperm vitrification (sperm freezing).

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