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Hello!Last year I had an operation to remove the ovaries.Now I can not have children, and my partner wants to have a baby.We are considering surrogacy, but I don’t know anything about this procedure and whether it will cover my insurance.Who faced this? Which clinic is better to choose?
Annette J L.
Hi!You did not think about passing the procedure of surrogate motherhood in another country?I know that many medical centers offer a variety of services for infertile couples at an affordable price.Read here in more detail: https://ivf-international.com/surrogacy-in-ukraineGood luck to you!
Hello Gloria. Thank you for your post. Choosing the right clinic is an important decision. To make sure you’re making the right decision, you need to consider clinical success rates, convenience and the cost involved, including will your insurance cover this? Do your due diligence. Deciding what works best for you and your partner is important.• Research the doctors at the fertility clinic you’re considering• Prepare a list of questions you wish to ask at your first appointment• It may be wise to meet with several clinics to see whom you feel most comfortable withBCA has several Clinics on file. Simply do a category search, and several clinics will appear: https://www.checkbca.org/find/category/fertility-clinics-8871I hope this information is helpful. Please contact me directly at firstname.lastname@example.org if you need further assistance.
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