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  • DNA Testing for Maternity and Paternity

    DNA Testing for Maternity and Paternity

    Surrogacy is a process whereby a woman delivers the child for another couple. Couples who have sought surrogacy are sometimes called the “social parents”, “intended parents” or the “commissioning parents”. In some cases donor sperm and eggs are used whilst in other cases the commissioning parents would use their own. Depending on the context, couplesRead more →

  • Problem of infertility

    Problem of infertility

    The World Health Organization defines infertility as follows: “Infertility is the inability to conceive a child. A couple may be considered infertile if, after two years of regular sexual intercourse, without contraception, the woman has not become pregnant. Primary infertility is infertility in a couple who have never had a child. Secondary infertility is failureRead more →

  • Indications for surrogacy

    Indications for surrogacy

    It is rather serious and important decision to use services of surrogate mother. But first of all, making such a decision, couple must 100% make sure that they cannot get pregnant in natural way. Doctor must make a diagnosis of infertility or inability to conceive and/or bear a child. In such case, wife and husbandRead more →

  • Surrogacy process from A to Z

    Surrogacy process from A to Z

    If a doctor has made a diagnosis of infertility couple starts surrogacy process. First of all, it is needed to choose a licensed clinic of reproductive medicine. BioTexCom center is one of the best ones. Here, staff of professional doctors, legal experts and psychologists will help your dream to become parents come true easily andRead more →

  • Law on surrogacy in Ukraine

    Law on surrogacy in Ukraine

    In the sphere of surrogacy, Ukrainian legislators have proven to be far more progressive than many of their European colleagues. Today, Ukraine is one of the very few surrogacy friendly countries in Europe. Unlike other nations that limit or even ban surrogacy, in Ukraine the intended parents of child are considered to be biological parentsRead more →