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Hi everybody! I need some help with my problem. I’m infertile due to a very tough PCOS. I have already laparoscopy and 3 IVFs. All of them ended with a BFN. My gyny offers me to try egg donation. However, it’s forbidden in France and I have to go somewhere abroad to get a donor egg. My bf and I got interested in a Ukrainian clinic called Biotexcom. We were in Ukraine last week and I want to share my feedback about it with you. It’s hard to call Biotexcom a real clinic because it’s situated in a small private mansion. However, I was surprised to notice that it was always overcrowded. There were loads of people near all doctors’ offices. We were met by the clinic manger and translator at the airport, driven to a nice apartment, and the driver brought us back to the clinic the following day. But these were all things that we liked about the clinic. When we came to the clinic the next day, it was so overcrowded that we couldn’t even stand anywhere. The administrator told us that our manager was busy at that moment, so we might consult any fertility specialist in the clinic to get information about the clinic’s services and our chances to conceive. It was so rude and impolite… We spent nearly an hour before one of the doctors agreed to talk with us. We liked this doctor and the clinic’s prices, but we didn’t like how we were treated during our first visit. If the clinic’s managers aren’t attentive to their clients, can this clinic be trusted or not???
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Hi, StarWoman. Really sorry for you having such an awful experience with that clinic. If you hesitate whether to deal with them or not, I would recommend you to check their success rates. Maybe, they offer good services for a very reasonable price. Don’t you think so, dear? I would also recommend you to visit various fertility forums. You may find quite a lot of useful information there.
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Hi, Cutie2016. Thanks for your message. We really did some homework before we went to Kiev. Firstly, we visited quite a lot of fertility forums and read feedbacks about Biotexcom there. All in all, the clinic seems to be rather popular among infertile couples. We’ve even found the fact that they helped a 66-year-old woman get pregnant. For me, it’s really fantastic. According to the feedbacks, the clinic seems to be ok, but in fact, they can’t serve their clients properly.
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Hi, ladies. I think you should find out how they are going to choose an egg donor for you. Will it be a young and healthy woman? What criteria do they use for choosing donors for their clients? Just get some information about it and you’ll see whether it’s worth choosing them or not. P.S. The egg donor must also have a good heredity. Does the clinic also check their donors and their relatives for hereditary diseases?
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Our program manager told us that they have certain requirements to the egg donor. Firstly, this woman should be a young one. They deal with the donors who are from 18 to 25 years old. The woman should be totally healthy to be accepted as an egg donor. She must be a mom of at least one healthy child. They also check the lady’s family tree to find out whether she has a healthy heredity. Her parents, grandparents, siblings, aunts and uncles shouldn’t have any diseases too. Here are the main requirements of Biotexcom for its donors.
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Hi, ladies! I’ve decided to join your discussion as I’m also interested in Ukrainian reproductive clinics. I’m infertile because of a low ovarian reserve. I haven’t been ovulating for nearly two years. It means I can’t conceive a baby. We want to donate an egg from a Ukrainian woman. Starwoman, can you share your experience of visiting Ukraine. Is it really safe to go there?
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Hi, MissP. I’m glad to meet you, hun. We used to visit Kiev, the capital city of Ukraine and it seemed to be a peaceful place. We didn’t have to look for an apartment as the clinic provided us with a suitable flat not far from the city center. We were met at the airport by the driver and he took us the clinic and back to the apartment every time we needed this. Our program manager was our interpreter and she helped us to communicate with the fertility specialist. The clinic even provided us with the free meals. It was so convenient. Hun, you may also check whether the clinic you’ve got interested in is ready to provide you with the same services.
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Sounds great, hun! I think we should also check whether the clinic we’ve got interested in will be able to supply us with the same services. Hun, I quite liked the package of services Biotexcom has offered to you. Nevertheless, have they charged any additional fees of you? I mean, have they asked you to do some additional tests and pay for this? P.S. As far as I know, some reproductive clinics do this. Does Biotexcom do the same?
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No, I think they won’t charge any additional fees from us. We have to sign up a contract with them. According to this contract, the clinic will charge only a fixed sum. This sum will be divided into several installments as we’re going to book two shots. You may pay either in cash or via a bank transfer. However, if you don’t do certain tests on time you may be fined. Do you think it’s fair?
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In some cases, it is. ED isn’t an easy procedure. It requires loads of expensive medications. Don’t forget that it’s a simple IVF. This procedure involves another woman. She will have to take special medications to stimulate ovulation. Imagine, what may happen to her if you don’t come to the clinic on time (especially, if it’s an ED where fresh eggs are used). I think it’s better to do everything on time. P.S. Will you use fresh or frozen eggs for your ED program?
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I quite agree with you, Miss P. Both my hubby and I did all the tests on time, so we didn’t have any problems with this during our first visit to the clinic. We plan to use fresh eggs. When we finally sign up a contract with the clinic and choose an egg donor, the fertility specialist will study my menstrual cycle. He will determine the date of my next visit. Up to this time I’ll have to take birth control pills to synchronize my periods with the donor’s ones. Then we’ll have to visit the clinic for embryo transfer. My hubby’s sperm will be picked up and used to fertilize the donor’s eggs. Then three embryos will be transferred into my uterus. I’ll have to take some hormone medicines to support my possible pregnancy. The first test should be done in two weeks. If the result is positive, I’ll have to take the hormone medicines up to the 12th week of pregnancy. This is how it will be done. The clinic uses fresh eggs for its ED programs. I hope our program will be a successful one!!! I want to be mum so much!!!
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Hi, StarWoman. Firstly, thanks for your feedback about Biotexcom. I’m also infertile and need donor oocytes to become pregnant. We haven’t decided what clinic to contact yet so your feedback about Biotexcom seems to be very useful to me. I want to ask you about the tests. Did you do any medical tests before visiting the clinic for the first time? What were they?
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Hi, Becky! Nice to meet you, dear! I think that the list of the test you have to do for ED IVF is quite standard. I did some blood tests, hormone tests and several ultrasound checks. My hubby did a sperm test. I would advise you to visit your fertility specialist or google some information on this topic. You may also visit Biotexcom official website. They give the entire list of the tests required for ED IVF there.
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StarWoman, thanks for your answer. I’ve already visited my RE. She gave me the list of tests I should do. I’ve already done the blood tests. My hubby has done a sperm test. And what about you? Have you made the final decision? Will you visit Biotexcom?
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Frankly speaking, we haven’t decided what to do yet. There are quite a lot of things that we really like about Biotexcom. Their prices aren’t too high. They do all possible things to make you feel comfortable during your visit to the clinic. It’s really great! But they make you wait in the queue… For us, it was rather stressful experience. We had to wait several hours before we could visit our fertility specialist.
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hello, sorry for being late to your post. how are you dear? have you decided something/? do you have any good new? I know infertility is a hard issue but you have to be strong in order to reach your goal. I know the God will reward you for your efforts. just believe in yourself.
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I think you should pay attention to the clinic’s success rates and price while making the final decision. If I were in your shoes, I would take these things into consideration. You’ve written that the clinic is too overcrowded. Maybe, it’s a good a good sign. Did you speak with their client manager? I think you should contact the clinic’s representatives and tell them about the things you disliked during your first visit to the clinic. If they are a reputable clinic, they would do their best to fix everything.
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Hello! how are you now? at what stage are? Sorry for the late reaction to the post. I have a diagnosed infertility. I was helped with surrogacy in this clinic. specialists of BioTexCom are a good team and know a lot about their work. I think that after professional advice you will be able to take a decision that will help you become a mother! If you have questions, feel free to ask.
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My hubby and I were in the clinic the previous month. I think this time they tried their best to organize our visit much better. We met a new program manager. She was very sweet and positive person. Though the clinic was a little bit overcrowded, we didn’t have to wait much time. We signed up a contract with them and they found an egg donor for us. Now, I’m taking birth control pills to synchronize my periods with the donor’s ones. We’re going to visit the clinic in two weeks for FET.
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Hi, you plight makes me teary. Most women have gone through this experience in these local IVF clinics. I wonder why they call themselves fertility clinics in the first instance. However, we still have reputable fertility clinics that may give you the services you need. Like all aspects, you have to know what to expect before placing your money. As is an acceptable reality, having a family is a universal right. However, these clinics, in a manner of their setting and service have to interfere with some of your privacy rights. Another thing, in spite of the belief that infertility is only in women, men have such cases as well. Why not check your boyfriend, as in the sperm count? Otherwise, just a few tips on what to look for in any fertility clinic; -The rates- some charge lower prices yet others may be so exorbitant as well. The low levels may attract the crowds. -The reputation of the doctor, establish a link and gauge the attitude before the visit. -Accept your plight; this will help the doctor fix the fertility issue quickly. -Take the bare minimum for safety. -Share your problem with honesty as this allows for ease of solution. -Be ready to adapt to the new surroundings. You may not get the comfort at home.
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what an amazing place. i have read every comment and i feel inspired by your level of support. will be looking forward to engaging you ladies more.
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Hi, StarWoman. I’m really happy about your updates, hun. It’s great that your egg donation journey has already started. There is a great probability that you may become pregnant soon. I’m really glad that the clinic’s reps managed to fix their faults. For me, it’s a good sign. I think they are real professionals. At any rate, I wish you good luck in your DE journey.
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Hi ladies, my feelings really got pricked with your experiences and the pinions of most of you. However, I have personally dealt with this clinic. One thing i can say is that perceptions differ. the biotexcom clinic in Kiev stand out as among the best globally. based on the facilities and the service range it has on offer, you can be sure of exemplary services on IVF, surrogacy and any other fertility issue. it is not surprising that this clinic has the biggest clientele from America and Europe. back to my case, i had tried to conceive for close to half of my 4 years in marriage. on one occasional visit to the doctor it was discovered that i cant ovulate.my mind was in sixes. i tried all clinics around to no avail till a friend referred us to Ukraine. my sweet husband was so supportive and that is how i found myself there. the rest is history because as i write here, i have a 10 month baby boy. this is a clinic worth trying.
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Hi, ladies! Thanks for your support and help! I really consider you to be my friends as you gave me an opportunity to share my troubles with you. We received a phone call from the clinic the other days. They’ve found an egg donor for us. We could see her 3D photo and she really matched the description we sent them. Now, I’m taking birth control pills to synchronize my periods with the donor’s ones. I think in several weeks we have to visit Kiev for FET.
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Hi everybody! Happy to know your stories...it brings hope to the ones who are still TTC. Seeing that some of you are into DE..Does anybody know how many eggs per cycle can you get from a donor? I didn't hear about that clinic before... it seems like a good option. It would be great to know your experiences. Please, keep us updated. Starwoman, best of luck! Hopefully you will have good news soon.
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Miss P, My friend was treated in one of the clinics in Ukraine, this clinic was in Kiev. If I'm not mistaken, then other girls who answered your questions correctly indicated the name of the clinic, it bio tex com. The clinic is good, my friend was happy. She visited her in search of a surrogate mother. She told me that very friendly people live in Kiev. Despite all the events that occur in Ukraine, there is not dangerous. You can easily rent a house. The staff of the clinic is always ready to meet you. You can arrange a meeting with the doctor when it is convenient for you. There come a lot of foreigners. All because the specialists in Ukraine are not worse, and the prices are lower. But, before you choose any clinic, think carefully. First you need to register for a consultation and determine if the proposed doctor is right for you. Are you ready for the methods of treatment that are offered to you? Does the amount that you will need to pay for treatment defends you? After all, everything is individual for everyone. Everyone has their own expectations.
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Thank you for the insight! It's good to know. It's really important to find a reputable clinic and a suitable doctor. That one has very good reviews.. it seems it is one of the best in Ukraine. I'm interested in surrogacy and thinking of going there to know more about the treatments..Good to know they offer all those services too. Did your friend find her surrogate mother? Was it a difficult process? Would love to know more about it.. x
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i cant say more than what we have here. there are many people who are getting helped in the various surrogacy clinics globally. there are only a few tips on the nature of clinic of choice. apart from the professional level of the doctors, you need to check on the available facilities in any given clinic. these need to include an egg database which forms the basis of successful IVF or surrogacy exercise. the cost may also attract the attention of many of the other clients as some clinics are utterly expensive.
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The bearing of a child in which a stranger participates is a woman who has agreed to become a surrogate mother. She makes an agreement with future parents. On the basis of this agreement, an egg of biological parents will be placed in it, which it will only have to bear during the whole term and give birth to the child. The task under the surrogate motherhood contract is to bear the child. And after childbirth - in the transfer of a newborn to legal (biological) parents. In some cases, legal problems may concern a surrogate mother. For example, a child is born with some pathology: a deviation or an incurable disease. Future parents, upon learning of this, refuse it, while not paying the surrogate mother material compensation. Additionally, it can be blamed for the child's illnesses. Therefore, such a question must be carefully studied not only by physiology, but also by legal relations. It is also important that the child's birth is completely safe. Those who used this method of reproduction, namely, surrogate motherhood, left feedback that it is difficult to keep the whole process in secret. This is especially related to the mentality of people who like to discuss and breed the siblings about other people's families. In many countries, it is considered the most relevant and legal way, therefore surrogate motherhood centers are considered the norm.

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Monica, you are right. It is better to contact the clinic and get all the information directly from them. Successful rates and reputation are very important too. As well as the affordable prices and the Law-related procedures, as Natalia mentioned. Actually this issue is what worries me the most.. what if any of the parties refuse? For example, if the surrogate mother suddenly changes her mind and decides to keep the baby or if the parents refuse to take the baby? It is really terrifying. You pointed out the key risks...There are many details to consider.. hmm.. it is not easy to go ahead with surrogacy or donor eggs.. without considering those issues. I trust on new regulations and more information about it..for the future cases to better
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Why do I see single women in clinics so often? Why do men not support their women? How often do you meet couples in clinics? Should clinics do wards for families? Yes, I agree with you. The fact is that men are less emotional than women. And sometimes women who are treated for infertility are very nervous, they are very worried. And this leads to the fact that the woman brings her negative emotions to the man. But not every man can keep his words and emotions, that would not bring the matter to quarrel. Perhaps that's why some men leave their wives treated independently. Although in my opinion this is wrong. It's not just a woman's problem. Even if only the woman is sick and the man is healthy. He married her, and therefore must share with her joy and sorrow. But in general women are emotionally stronger than men, which means that they are able to cope on their own, even if they are alone. I would like to share experiences and feedback.
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I agree with you, Elly123. It is a difference in mentality and handling emotions. Men are not judged by society like women are. Women can deal and process emotions better.. because they are raised like that. Society encourages them to be emotional. Men are not allowed to cry or express their emotions easily. So it is only natural that when situations need it, men are not reacting in the same way than women. I've seen most of men accompany their women when they decide to have a child. My husband, for example, is very supportive because I always tell him what I expect from him to do and how I feel. In cases when men are not, I think there is a big lack of communication between both of them, I guess... xx
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what an open discussion, the case of men being less emotional has also disturbed me for sometime now. in a number of cases, they are the problem but play the victim. it is time men took their rightful places besides the women in ensuring family life. while the women may be left with this duty, it may not work to their advantage. that is because, they will still remain on the receiving end as the society looks down upon them. such a sad state of affairs , especially where infertility goes.
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Exactly, monica12! It is disturbing and unfair! We women are to blame too.. We should make them notice when they are wrong and fight for our rights. I think communication is the most important. We should stop being silent and accepting anything or fighting alone. It's time for women to stand up and go for what we deserve. We look down on ourselves most of times.. :S
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hi ladies it's nice to see you here again. i took some time for myself, i decided to rest but now i feel i have to speak with someone. my husband is too busy at work, so he has no time for me. i clearly understand his as we will be parent s of two children at one time. i didn't tell you before but i was with the same clinic as you. we have opted for egg donation there as i was not able to conceive naturally. all my previous pregnancies were ended up with miscarriages and docs couldn't explain the reason for that, with time they defined that my body didn't accept the embryos inside. so the last chance was an egg donation. frankly speaking it was the hardest thing in my life because i couldn't believe i would have no connection to this baby. thanks god everything is ok right now. as for the clinic you were talking about, it seemed pretty nice to us. they offer good services for affordable prices what was very convenient to us. honestly, we didn't plan to waste too much money, so that place was perfect. we got an access to the donor database and had a chance to choose up to 7 donors. then we came for initial, and signed the contract there. in addition they gave us a pack of meds for free, i suppose it was nice, as far as i know not all clinics could provide clients with such services. p.s. men are also worried about such issues, they just don't act like we women, their minds are different. but don't give up and think positively. if you have any question it would a pleasure to answer them. all the best to you dear
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Tell me please, why did you choose this particular clinic? How did you find out about it? Which of the IVF attempts was successful? Have you thought about the maternity? In your case, could I use this service? Why did you prefer IVF?

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When in 23 years you remain after a serious operation with a half of the ovary (one, the second simply does not), you fall into some shock. And the doctors who say "We need to give birth, now, run on IVF, ask for a donor egg, otherwise you'll be left without children!" Do not add enthusiasm. A terrible story with a good ending. When they decided to have a baby with their husband, they decided to act like the right people - to be checked. And I went. Before that, the gynecologist had about a year. Just a small conclusion: we go to the doctors before the first year of work on the children begins. This will save you one year of time. Yes, when you are advised to use other people's eggs - think carefully about it. A donor can be a sister, a mother, a girlfriend, or an unfamiliar girl from a donor base. My husband and I decided to give us a couple of chances, and then go for donor material. Puncture can be painful, but it is tolerable. The second puncture already 2 follicles was again at another doctor in the clinic biotexcom. Two punctures. About the embryological stage: This is a very difficult time. 5 days which solve very much, especially if the material is small (catastrophically small). Often in clinics there is a service, feedback from embryologists. Once a day you call and report how things are. The next day after taking the materials - about the cell was impregnated or not. The second day is the first division. If it does not exist, it is said that "well, there may be a later fertilization, we see until tomorrow.) If so, how many cells. The third day - there is no division, so this is the end for a given set of cells. On the 13-14 day delivery of blood. I gave it to my birthday. Although, on the 8th day after the injection, I could not restrain myself and made a test - so I was pleased to confirm the pregnancy.
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Hi natalia, first of all we looked for tons of clini, we couldn't define what is the best for us. Why we choose ukraine haha, the answer is simple we didn't want to pay lots of money that's why we tired to find a place where we could have good servivce for reasonable prices. Ukraine seemed to us as country with bad economics at first but when we looke at its reproductive treatment we were shoked. Honestly I couldn't even imagine it was realyy chaep in comparison with other counries. In addition, a legislation there is friendly, so we had all chances to get home with no triubles. Our clinic provided us with everythihg we needed at that time. We had out hotel room to stay during ititial and embryo transfer, the driver met us at the airport, then drove to the clinic. We had our initial with the manager and meeting with the doctor while it we were told about procedure. Before our initial we had a chance to look through donor database and had a chance to choose p to 5 donors. Frankly we were confused with it because we didn;t expect to see lots of beautiful women there. I got pregnant with the second attepmt thanks god. haha I didn't have other choice, to say truth I didn;t want to use de ivf but in may case it was like an obligation. Sorry in your case, can you remind me what kind of problem do you have?
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Yes, we were also pleased with this clinic in Ukraine. I understand your doubts) The economy of Ukraine is not at the highest level now, as we can learn from the news) But you do not want to pay extra money for the really identical quality of services and for the same procedures! Us, for example, was very surprised by the building of the clinic) It resembles a big villa ........ this is by the way good for those who have fear of conventional hospitals) It's still good that the clinic is in the center of Kiev, especially it is good for foreign Citizens! Because getting from the airport is not so difficult, because all taxi drivers understand the English word "city center" and "clinic". And imagine, if the clinic was somewhere on the outskirts of the city, as it would then explain with a taxi driver who does not speak English. We really liked the staff of the clinic. And we were very surprised by the professionalism of the doctors. We were received very cordially, by the way the staff of the clinic speaks English. This was also very important for us. The equipment is new, the chambers are bright, spacious, the furniture is new. There are a lot of fresh flowers along the corridors)
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Hey dear, I'm sorry to hear about your unpleasant experience. It's definitely something that anyone can get frustrated about. Going some where with so many hopes and then getting such a feedback definitely makes one sad. But dear, please think logically. It's a clinic for infertile clinics. So you know all couples there have similar problems to yours. All of them have come from different places. All of them have high hopes. Along with you, there might be other people waiting in the queue. The thing that matters the most is whether their treatment is good or not. You should try to search about the clinic. Read reviews about it. Visit their website. See their packages and services. If you are satisfied with all these things, then waiting for some time should not matter. After all, they will be giving you so much happiness by treating you to be a mother. Cheers!
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Dear thanks for the information. I think there must be a misunderstanding. I had my surrogacy from that clinic. They treated really well. I know a lot of people were waiting. It's normal when clinics like them offered such expensive treatments at a very reasonable cost. I have seen how hard they were trying to satisfy their customer. It's really hard to hear different stories from different individuals. So I think they are the best at their job. As I have mentioned earlier about my treatment from them. Wonderful thing is that their team is coming to Uk on 18-19 August. You should attend this seminar so it will clear many of your doubts. Trust me don't miss this opportunity. I am also attending this event. Wish you the best of luck for that
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Hey, i hope you are doing well. Well my experience was quite different. But still if i see the situation by your point of view, i will still say maybe it was too crowded that's why you got to face such situation. Otherwise they are so humble and kind. I have no doubts about the clinic.They are human beings, maybe it gets hard for them to handle so many people at a time. It is one of the best clinic in ukraine. So no wonder why it was so crowded. They have higher success rate .And no wonder because they are offering so reliable procedures. Just take things lightly. it is the best clinic for such procedure i swear. I am undergoing my surrogacy here. and seems like i know these people for so long. The staff is so humble and supportive. Even the doctors also. They just keep relaxing me everytime. I got my lost self-confidence back here. And it is not less than a miracle to me. don't judge them by appearance. Do continue your treatment here. Best of luck!
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They are overcrowded because they are always booked full. It is because of their great services. I was turned off at the start. Then I realized this thing. It is not their fault. It is the response they get. It is immense and huge. At least they are reliable. I found the staff helpful and polite. Maybe you had a different encounter. I think Biotexcom is doing some great work. Now they are visiting London this month. They will be coming on the 18th and 19th of August. They will provide free consultations to those in need. I think this is a great opportunity. For all those who need help.
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Hello, hope you will be fine. Quite agree with what you said. The trend towards Surrogacy is increasing these days. Formerly, people didn't know this much about surrogacy. Those who know about it, Tried their best to spread rumors about it. They accused it of immoral. This is the only reason people in past didn’t opt surrogacy. But today, people don't pay heed what others think. I am also infertile. I had my baby last year through surrogacy. Surrogacy is not problematic in itself. People made it. I am now planning for surrogacy again. Hope everything goes well this time too. Wish me luck.
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Hello Star, how are you? It makes me really happy to hear success stories. Sadly, for some people their are no success stories. Life can be a long journey and requires a lot of patience. I have had three miscarriages myself. I know what loss and longing feels like. I went to a clinic in Ukraine named Lotus. I went there for IVF procedure. It didn’t turn out as I had expected. I had to cope with that as well. It can make you really devastated when things don’t go right or the way you want them to go. I am glad I made it through though. I am staying strong and positive. Wishing you the best!
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Hello, dear. How are you? I am Amelia. I have been on this forum for quite some time. One day after another, I see women with questions. It gets so hard and challenging for us when we are going through problems. I can totally understand how you must be feeling right now. I really hope everything works out for you peacefully. I am 38 years old right now. I have chosen the option of surrogacy. My surrogate is a really kind and brave woman. We met her at a really nice clinic. I am really happy that the procedure was successful. She conceived and is due in October. Me and my husband are really excited.
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Well, It's not a problem. You don't have to worry that much. Everything will be alright. Please, don't worry. Everything will be fine for you as well. It's just a matter of time. Please, don't worry about anything. It's just that you were upset. You were down. These things happens in this type of situations. Just take care of yourself. Everything will be alright. There are a lot of good places. Good atmosphere. You'll get your help easily. You don't have to take tension. Please don't worry.
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Hi Starwomen, hope you are doing well. I am so sorry to know this. This must be very difficult to bear. I can relate as I have been TTC for 10 years with no success. My DH got so disappointed that he thought adoption is the last solution for us. I didnt agree as being an adopted child I know what a biological means. Though my parents loved me but their depression that I am not their biological child ha developed this thing in me. So I convince my DH to try surrogacy once. He agreed to it and we started looking for reliable clinics. We heard a lot about a clinic but were not able to visit immediately as we live in Ireland and it is in different country We are very happy to know that an old and reliable clinic named BIotexcom is coming to visit UK. Their head of English department Anastasia is also coming. So it is a great opportunity to learn about the available treatments and sign contract . I have registered myself as there are limited seats available. You can also avail this opportunity.
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Hello there! How are you doing? I hope you are doing fine. Well, for me Biotexcom is a fantastic clinic. Because I had personally a great experience there. I had my surrogacy from there and blessed with a baby boy. I had been provided with great services there. They arranged themselves a surrogate for me and took a great care of her. I really had been a great journey over there. Now I have information to share with you. Biotexcom is going to conduct an open event soon. You will have chance to attend the event and able to discuss all the queries and get all necessary information regarding the treatment in the clinic. I hope best for you. Wish you the best of luck. Stay blessed.
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Hello everyone. I hope you are doing good. I couldn't conceive naturally and then i was told i am infertile. My husband and I finally decided to go for surrogacy. We had so many concerns and apprehensions but, thankfully, we had an amazing experience with clinic. Now I have heard they are coming . open consultation for willing persons. I would have loved this kind of opportunity during my time. They will have Anastasia, their head of department along with. It will be a golden opportunity to ask about their packages and get all the related information. They are even signing the contracts at the spot which is awesome. There is a process of registration on email before hand. So i would just say that go and grab it. It is too good to miss. Best wishes.
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I am so sorry to hear about your situation. I hope you are coping with it just fine. This isn't something easy. But be strong. I would suggest that you sit down your husband. And discuss the options of IUI, IVF, and surrogacy or adoption. There are clinics that will help you out in the above procedures. Surrogacy is the best option. As it is safe to say that it is a guarantee that you will have your own kids. There are infertility clinics that can guide you through this. Don't be stressed please. It will only do you harm. Just stay positive. And do things that make you happy. I am sure your husband will understand. My prayers and best wishes are with you. Stay blessed.

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