Chachava Clinic is located in Tbilisi, Georgia and is a renowned fertility center established in 2014. The center is continuously experiencing development and innovation. Its updated technological standards, pocket-friendly prices, flawless laboratory and highly trained Georgian and foreign medical professionals attract numerous patients every year.
IVF and egg donation is totally legal and affordable in Georgia! Chachava Clinic is welcoming medical tourists and gives them the chance to take their baby home with a legal birth certificate.
In addition, Georgian Liberal Legislation states that the surrogates and donors don’t have rights upon the child born, regardless of what might happen. The parent will go through a smooth, simple process and take the baby home in total accordance with the law.
The IVF + egg donation process involves several steps. After the donor of the egg is selected, she will undergo ovary stimulation through certain medications. Simultaneously, the woman undergoing the IVF procedure will take the same medications so both women’s cycles (donor and recipient) will be synchronized and the egg recipient’s uterine lining is ready for the embryo.
The egg donor will be monitored throughout the entire process, undergoing many tests and procedures in order to confirm the development of the ovarian follicle. Once the follicles are stimulated, the hCG (human chorionic gonadotropin) will be administered and the eggs will be retrieved within a few days.
Once the eggs are retrieved and the recipient is ready to carry the embryo, the male partner’s sperm will be combined with the eggs in the laboratory. After 2-5 days, the fertilized eggs will develop into cells known as the embryo – these cells will be inserted into the uterus through the cervix by using an extremely thin catheter. Most of the times more embryos are implanted in order to ensure that one of them will develop into the uterus.
A couple of weeks after the procedure, a pregnancy test will be done in order to confirm if the embryos were successfully transferred.
Women who struggle with conceiving or are older than the optimal age for childbirth often turn to the IVF with egg donation in order to have children. Those who are over 40 years old and want to have a baby will have more difficulties to become pregnant, as the quality of the eggs diminishes with age. Other conditions that might require women to use donor eggs with IVF include:
At Chachava Clinic (Tbilisi, Georgia), the IVF + egg donation (7-8 embryos from one donor) package costs $7,410 and includes:
Additionally, patients can opt for the all-inclusive package (7-8 embryos from one donor) that costs $6,900 and includes:
Find out everything about the IVF + egg donation package offered by Chachava Clinic! Contact us today!