New Life Ukraine
Welcome To New Life Ukraine
New Life Ukraine is a well renowned Surrogacy Center located in Kiev Ukraine.. We provide services to infertile couples to assist them in starting and/or expanding their families. Our Surrogate motherhood center offers some of the most exceptional and diverse candidates. We offer a discreet environment in a one-on-one manner and genuinely take the time to get to know each of our prospective parents and surrogate mothers.
What We Do?
Parenthood is a life changing and eternally rewarding experience. We offer a wide range of options to fulfill your dreams of parenthood. With the most well-equipped, state of the art infertility treatment available and highly experienced experts in the field; we have been able to assist couples from all over the world.
What Makes Us Different?
"New Life Ukraine" is an internationally recognized Surrogacy center. We work closely with each of our clients, future parents and egg donors alike, to make the process as seamless as possible. We operate with only the highest degree of sensitivity and confidentiality. Physicians all over the country refer their patients to us because they trust our services. We look forward to having the opportunity to assist you.
Why "New Life Ukraine"?
Thank you for considering "New Life Ukraine" to guide you to your dreams of parenthood. We understand how confusing and stressful the Surrogacy process can be, and it is our goal to make your journey as simple and enjoyable as possible.
We understand that you have already traveled a very difficult and painful road before making the decision to become parents through surrogacy and egg donation. With that in mind, "New Life Ukraine" committed to treating you with courtesy, respect, and compassion. We are here to help put an end to the heartache you have already endured and make the rest of your journey to parenthood enjoyable and worry free. We maintain the highest standards and practices in the surrogacy while still providing personalized attention for each and every case.
Our team of dedicated coordinators are here for you 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. All of our clients are provided with a direct number to their coordinator. Please feel free to call day or night with any questions, concerns, or even if you just need someone to lean on.
Services That We Offer
The issue of success rates is one of the most emotional and complex subjects for people seeking fertility treatments such as IVF and Gender Selection. While success rates are an important indicator of the performance level of a particular clinic, the numbers themselves can be often be totally misleading or manipulated.
In reality, success is entirely individual and relates only to you and your partner. You are not numbers on a statistics chart but important and unique human beings with individual needs that have to be addressed.
A successful pregnancy outcome is reliant on five main factors:
The sixth factor is the unknown or random aspect we have no control over - nature.
Our medical teams are the most experienced IVF specialists and have helped many couples from many countries including Australia, Europe, UK, India, China ,Japan, Canada and the USA and we will be happy to help you too.
Our Treatment Programs
In vitro fertilization
Many couples and individuals that suffer from infertility are unable to achieve pregnancy after first line therapy such as ovulation induction, intrauterine insemination, or reproductive surgery. For these persons, the unique solution is to use Assisted Reproductive Technologies (ART) and especially IVF - In vitro fertilization and other assisted laboratory techniques designed to improve fertilization. These procedures have excellent success rate but require significant effort and can be expensive. For all of these reasons, advanced treatment options can be stressful. These natural stresses can be minimized if you understand all peculiarities of ART procedures.
Preimplantation Genetic Diagnosis
Preimplantation genetic diagnosis (PGD) is a technique used to identify genetic defects in embryos created through in vitro fertilization (IVF) before transferring them into the uterus. Because only unaffected embryos are transferred to the uterus for implantation, PGD provides an alternative to current post-conception diagnostic procedures, i.e., amniocentesis or chorionic villus sampling, which are frequently followed by pregnancy termination if results are unfavorable.
PGD is performed in conjunction with IVF and is offered to fertile and infertile couples. PGD is recommended when embryos may be affected by a certain genetic condition. Only healthy and normal embryos are transferred into the mother's uterus, thus greatly reducing the risks of adverse outcomes such as miscarriages, pregnancy termination (after positive prenatal diagnosis) or birth defects (physical and/or mental).
The three major categories of chromosomal disorders that PGD may screen for are Aneuploidy, Translocations and Single Gene Defects.
PGD primarily has been applied to women of advanced maternal age, multiple pregnancy losses or multiple failed IVF attempts. The IVF team uses PGD to select embryos with a normal number of chromosomes in order to increase the chances of a normal pregnancy. Some parents may have never achieved a viable pregnancy without using PGD because previous conceptions resulted in aneuploid embryos or chromosomally unbalanced embryos and were spontaneously miscarried.
Intracytoplasmic Sperm Injection
CSI allows couples with very low sperm counts or poor quality sperm (including low motility, abnormally shaped sperm) to achieve fertilization and pregnancy rates equal to traditional IVF. It is also an option for couples who have not achieved fertilization in previous IVF attempts or have low egg number or egg abnormalities.
Once the follicular fluid is removed from the follicle, the eggs are placed into an incubator. The eggs are to be fertilized with sperm later the same day. The male partner will provide a semen sample by masturbation from which the healthiest sperm will be extracted. If no sperm are available in a natural way, your embryologist may schedule a sperm retrieval procedure such as testicular biopsy, microdissection, testicular sperm extraction (TESA) or percutaneous sperm aspirations (PESA) around the time of egg retrieval.
During conventional fertilization approximately 50,000 sperm are placed with each egg in a culture dish and left together overnight to undergo the fertilization process. The ICSI technique is used to fertilize mature eggs directly. Under the microscope, the embryologist picks up the best single sperm and injects it directly into the cytoplasm of the egg using a small glass needle. Until recently, embryos were cultured for three days and then transferred to the uterus and/or cryopreserved (frozen). Now it's recommended to grow the embryos for five or six days until they reach the blastocyst stage. For some couples these blastocysts may have a greater chance of implantation, allowing embryologists to transfer fewer embryos and lower the risk of multiple births while increasing the chance of pregnancy. On day two or three after fertilization, the embryos will be evaluated for blastocyst culture. If there is a sufficient number of dividing embryos they will be placed in a special solution and grown for two or three additional days.
Additional Advanced Technologies
Additional Advanced TechnologiesAssisted Hatching(AH) is a procedure performed prior to transfer in selected cases. An embryo needs to escape or "hatch" from it's protein shell, called the Zona Pellucida, before it can implant in the uterus. In AH, a chemical or a laser can be used to dissolve part of the zone, to facilitate the hatching process later. This technique is often used with prior failed IVF cycles, female age over 38, and with abnormally thick zone.
Percutaneous Epidydimal Sperm Aspiration and Testicular Sperm Extraction (PESA and TESE)
Some men have no sperm in the ejaculate but still produce them in the testicles. This may occur due to a vasectomy, to a congenital obstruction of the sperm ducts leaving the testicles, or to inadequate development of the sperm such that they cannot leave the testicles. In these situations, a urologist can remove sperm by placing a needle into the testis or the tubes that drain it. These procedures are done under anesthesia and can be very effective when combined with ICSI.
Embryos that are not transferred but continue to thrive in the laboratory can be cryopreserved (frozen). We'd recommend freezing for any high quality embryos that survive to the blastocyst stage. These embryos are stored in liquid nitrogen and can be thawed at a later date. While the pregnancy rates with frozen embryos are not as high, the procedures involved in preparing for a frozen embryo transfer are much simpler and less expensive. Freezing only embryos that survive to the blastocyst stage maximizes the chance for success in a thaw cycle.
In many situations, especially when a female patient is in her late 30's and early 40's, infertility may result from a decrease in ovarian function and a consequent fall in egg quality. In the event of a severe compromise in ovarian function, successful pregnancy is very unlikely. A treatment that often offers an excellent chance of success is to use eggs from a donor who is capable of producing good quality eggs. This is a complex treatment option from medical and psychological points of view, but one that provides a very good chance for pregnancy.
Surrogacy is a method of reproduction whereby a woman agrees to become pregnant and deliver a child for a contracted party. She may be the child's genetic mother (the more traditional form of surrogacy), or she may, as a gestational carrier, carry the pregnancy to delivery after having been implanted with an embryo.
In gestational surrogacy, Surrogate Mother (Gestational Carrier) carries a child not genetically related to her. The child might be biologically related to the Intended Parents, in case the Intended Mother donates her eggs and the Intended Father donates his sperm, or to the Egg Donor and to the Intended Father OR to the Sperm Donor and Intended Mother.
Gestational surrogacy is absolutely legal in Ukraine, but it's an option only for officially married couples and single women. No specific permission from any regulatory body is required for that. The prospective surrogate should be 20 - 40 years old. She must be mentally and somatically healthy and have at least one healthy child of her own. Surrogate may have no relation to commissioning parents. The marital status of the surrogate is irrelevant.
In traditional surrogacy, the surrogate is biologically related to the child. The surrogate agrees to donate her own egg and then carries the embryo. Traditional surrogacy is not mentioned in the law, so the child born as the result of artificial insemination pursuant to a traditional surrogacy program is deemed to be the child of the surrogate mother and commissioning biological father. If traditional surrogate is married, her husband would be the legal father of this child. To avoid it the fatherhood of biological father should be established by means of filing a joint statement of the intended biological father and biological ("surrogate") mother of the child in an agency for the registry of acts of civil status. A special agreement as for effectuation of parental rights by parent residing separately from child should be concluded to protect rights of a single biological father.
The surrogate can legally terminate her parental rights immediately after delivery. In this case the commissioning biological father will be considered the only parent of his child.
If biological father in the traditional surrogacy program is married, step-parent adoption will be necessary to get the intended mother's name listed on the child's birth certificate instead of the surrogate's name. So in this case gestational surrogacy + oocyte donation program can be recommended to avoid adoption procedure.
Some hereditary diseases such as haemophilia and certain neuro-muscular diseases develop dramatically in the male, whereas the female is not affected at all or she is just a healthy carrier of the disease. These particular diseases are called " Sex linked diseases".
If we still do not have the genetic tools (probes) to detect a particular disease, we may use sex selection in order to avoid the birth of an unhealthy child.
Sex selection is obtained by performing a Preimplantation Genetic Diagnosis (PGD) on the embryos grown in vitro and then transferring into the uterus only the female embryos.
Sex selection may also be obtained by a laboratory equipment called "Cell Sorter" which is able to separate the male (Y) spermatozoa from the female (X) spermatozoa and then performing an ICSI.
With PGD the chance of error is very small, whereas with the cell sorter it is higher.
Many countries permit sex selection only for medical reasons, whereas others allow sex selection also for non medical reasons, such as family balancing of the sex of the children. Therefore, embryos of only male gender or only female gender will be transferred, depending on the single case.
Long time no speak -I hope that you are ok and everything is ok in your life.
I just like to let you know that we had a baby boy and the mother and baby are healthy and doing well.
I very BIG , massive thank you especially to you, to your team and to the doctors that help us achieve that miracle.
We could not have done it without your help.
kind regards from M. and S. (GB)
This is to inform you that we got a baby girl!!!!!
We will be forever grateful to New Life and specially to our egg donor for helping us achieve our dream of being parents!
Thank you very much!
T. and M. from Spain
Let me tell you that we were very glad of getting to know you and your agency after having such bad experience with other contacts in Ukraine.
From the very first contact with you, we felt to be in good hands and to have a faithful partner.
We want to thank you a lot for your perfect support during the first stage of program.
Kindest regards and best wishes from B&A
We just wanted to let you know that this morning our daughter was born and we are both overcome with joy!
Thank you so much for all of your help.
D and E from UK
Dear Svetlana and Sophie,
We also would like to thank you very much for your service and assistance with our ED. We will recommend our friends on Newlife (if they ask us ).
It was great working with you.
N and O from Israel
Thank you so much Svetlana. You have been the kindest person and very warm. Your job is perfect for you in your nice way to encounter women who are "in need" somehow.
All the best to you, E from Sweden
Dear New Life international team,
Our new baby boy was just born three weeks ago and there are not enough words to describe our happiness and all of you have got part in making it happened!!!
It all started when we met Natasha and Yonni back home who told us all about New Life agency. At the beginning we had a lot of fears but, soon we realized that the agency approach is practical and straight forward (that was a great relief for us in a very emotional process any way).
Along all the way we met professional staff of New life international agency. from the Ukraine team who recommended us the Ed, to Dr. Nana and her team from the IVF clinic which made it happened and off course Tamara and her team who allocated the right SM for us - we could not ask for better one!!
And finally, huge thanks to Ia which were for the last six month communicating with us on a regular basis, coordinating all the pregnancy medical checkup and was there for us whenever needed - Thanks!
A from Israel
Ukraine is one of the few countries to allow international surrogacy, with legislation making it advantageous for foreigners to pursue surrogacy there rather than in their home country.