How surrogacy in Georgia or Cyprus works?
Regardless of whether you are pursuing surrogacy in Georgia or Cyprus, our surrogacy team at Happiness for You will be by your side at every point in time.
Georgia is one of the few countries where surrogate motherhood is permitted by law. This industry has been regulated by legal norms since 1997. The law states that a surrogate mother has no rights to a child after its birth. Many couples from Australia, the USA, Asia, and Europe choose Georgia because the cost of this program is much cheaper than in other countries.
Surrogacy programs are widely practiced in Georgia for foreign citizens. The surrogacy program envisages the preparation and implementation of IVF with donor eggs and the subsequent transfer of embryos to the surrogate mother.
That said a standard surrogacy process in Georgia or Cyprus works as follows:
- Together with your surrogacy agency in Georgia, you’ll choose your surrogate mother while following the due process. Moreover, our partner IVF facility will physically screen your surrogate for medical issues. Once done, the intending parents and the surrogate sign a legal contract. These contracts specify the surrogate’s pay as well as the surrogate’s signing away of any parental rights to the ensuing kid.
- The IVF center in Cyprus will either develop embryos or freeze them to be transferred to your surrogate at a later time, or you will use fertility medications to synchronize your cycles for a new cycle with your surrogate and maybe your egg donor.
- The egg retrieval will take place when the prospective mother’s or donor’s eggs are prepared, and the embryos will be developed in a lab.
- During an embryo transfer, our partner fertility clinic will inseminate the newly developed embryo(s) into your surrogate’s womb.
- Your surrogate will perform a blood pregnancy test two weeks later to determine whether implantation was successful.
- You can choose to have a second embryo transferred if there was no implantation. Congratulations if the embryo transfer was successful! Your surrogate mother in Georgia will remain under the care of your IVF clinic until she is 10 to 12 weeks pregnant, at which point she will start visiting her OB.
- Up until the baby is delivered, your surrogate mother in Georgia will continue to see her OB throughout the second and third trimesters. You can finally bring your child into your loving home once she gives birth.
Unless you have specifically agreed to such things in your contract, such as regular updates, there is no legal obligation for you to communicate with your surrogate. However, some families may choose to do so. Still, keep in mind that the gift your surrogate gave you is wonderful, and you should show her the respect and gratitude she deserves. Our surrogacy agency in Cyprus is one of the most affordable places to carry out IVF treatments and Surrogacy.