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IVF in Georgia – Free Egg Donors Search, Clinics, Prices
Over the past few years, Georgia has received significant investments in healthcare. The number of clinics and medical centers has also increased. Under those circumstances, the country is one of the leading medical tourism centers, and many medical services are in demand here in its capital Tbilisi. IVF in Georgia is a popular reproductive medicine procedure that covers the selection of high-quality germ cells, the stimulation of ovulation, and the implantation of embryos grown in vitro into the woman’s uterus. Therefore, if you plan to start your program or want to know more about the costs, clinics, and IVF legal regulations – check out this page and don’t hesitate to contact us for a free consultation.
Why Choose Georgia for IVF?
Georgian legislation has been regulating relations in the field of surrogate motherhood since 1997. Thanks to this, Georgia is now a good place for people worldwide who want to use IVF programs, surrogacy, and egg donation services. The legal system, advantageous to surrogate motherhood, contributed to opening many IVF clinics with modern equipment and qualified personnel. Additionally, tough competition in this area has helped increase the success of IVF procedures and client satisfaction.
Therefore, the rapid development of medical tourism has increased Georgia’s popularity, and the country is now considered one of the most favorable for couples with reproductive issues.
Legal Regulations of IVF and Egg Donation in Georgia
Commercial surrogacy is legal in Georgia. They put biological parents’ names on the child’s birth certificate right after the delivery, even though it was born by a surrogate mother. The law assumes that a surrogate mother does not have parental rights to children.
Egg and sperm donation is also permitted in Georgia. Moreover, you can even meet the oocyte donor personally as Georgia is the only country that allows non-anonymous donation. A contract attested to by a notary sets the rights and obligations of the parties before the start of any medical treatment so parents can be sure that the selected donor provides germ cells and does not have any claims for them.
Also, Georgia is always ready to help and grant Georgian citizenship to children who could not obtain citizenship in their parents’ country of origin. Again, this is one of the biggest advantages of Georgian legislation, which opens this country to intended parents who have complications with their consulates, for example, Spanish residents.
How Much Does IVF Cost in Georgia, Tbilisi?
The price of IVF in Georgia is affordable compared to the USA and European countries. You can find all prices for the most used assistive reproductive services in this table.
|Service||Price in US dollars||Details|
|Caucasian egg donor||from $6500||Consultancy, donor free, legal support|
|Asian egg donor||from $8000||Consultancy, donor free, legal support|
|Egg retrieval||from $2470||Includes egg retrieval, general anesthesia, standard ward-up time of up to 2 hours for the egg donor, and all necessary appointments at the clinic for the egg donor.|
Advantages of IVF in Georgia with Sunshine
Along with Ukraine and Russia, Georgia has gained a reputation as one of the most popular destinations for IVF and surrogacy. The government and the mentality of the people are very loyal to European standards and embrace the values of the EU, despite the seeming distance from Europe. There are also several advantages of IVF in Georgia:
- surrogate motherhood programs and reproductive programs are cheaper by 50-70%;
- legislation on reproductive medicine in Georgia, legally protecting the rights of biological parents and indicating them in the child’s birth certificate;
- the high success rate of reproductive programs;
- all doctors with at least ten years of experience, candidates, and doctors of medical sciences;
- ultra-modern equipment of European and American manufacturers;
- diagnostic base providing a comprehensive examination of infertile couples;
- use of new world achievements in the field of infertility treatment;
- vast experience in the treatment of complex infertility cases;
- free database of sperm and egg donors, as well as surrogate mothers ready for the program;
- all examinations and analyzes for pregnancy planning and infertility treatment in one place;
- Sunshine fertility experts who are in touch 24/7.
Best IVF Doctors in Tbilisi and Top Georgian Clinics
The clinics with which we cooperate have extensive experience in conducting IVF programs. Every program is an individual comprehensive solution created personally for you after consultation with a fertility expert and attending reproductologist.
IVF and Surrogacy in Georgia FAQ
Look through the most frequently asked questions about surrogacy in Tbilisi. Find the answers or drop us a line if you would like to know more.
What is required to issue a birth certificate after IVF or surrogacy?
To register as parents of a child, you need the following documents:
- Signed surrogacy / egg donation contract.
- Embryo transfer certificate authorizing the transfer of the embryo into the uterus of a surrogate mother, issued by the IVF clinic.
- Child’s birth certificate issued by the maternity hospital.
How many times do you need to come to Georgia during IVF?
During egg donation, you have to come to the clinic twice. During the first time to donate genetic material (sperm or egg). After the eggs are fertilized you have to make a second visit to make an embryo transfer. However, the IVF with an egg donor can be done without your presence. You can ask us to deliver frozen sperm from your place of residence to the clinic. After the doctors fertilize donor eggs with the sperm, you can make a visit to make the transfer, or frozen embryos can be delivered to your local clinic.
How does the egg dobation surrogacy programs work in Georgia?
First, you sign a cooperation agreement after providing all the necessary documents and information. Next, you study the applicants’ profiles for egg donation and surrogacy and choose the one that suits you best. All medical procedures follow this.
When is in vitro fertilization (IVF) allowed in Georgia?
(IVF) is allowed in the following cases with the obligatory written consent of the couple:
- Infertility treatments.
- Risk of passing a genetic disease from mother or father to child.
- For the transfer and development of an embryo obtained as a result of fertilization into the uterus of a surrogate mother.
Is IVF in Georgia allowed for gay couples and single parents?
According to Order №18 of the Minister of Justice “On Approving the Rules of Civil Status Acts Registration,” IVF and surrogacy are allowed only to married heterosexual couples or those who can prove cohabitation with relevant documents. Gay couples and single parents cannot opt for IVF and surrogacy programs. However, if you need a consultancy on the countries that allow it – don’t hesitate to contact us for more details.
Do I need a visa to do IVF in Georgia?
Couples who have EU citizenship, as well as the United States, Australia, New Zealand, Israel, Canada, Japan, Switzerland, Singapore, Norway, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Andorra, San Marino, Turkey, Kuwait, Qatar, Bahrain, the United Arab Emirates, Oman, South Korea, Iran, and the CIS (except Russia), are allowed to enter the country and can stay in Georgia for 360 days without a visa. In other cases, you need to obtain a visa according to standard procedures.
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