Warm Hello from Delivering Dreams Ukrainian Surrogacy
March 7, 2018 at 7:31 pm #1080
Delivering Dreams Ukrainian Surrogacy is a surrogacy agency based in NJ and Kyiv, Ukraine. We assist prospective married couples throughout the US as they build their family via gestational surrogacy in Ukraine.
Our founding principal is “Helping you achieve the family of your dreams”, and we are passionately committed to working with you to realize that dream. We have gathered a remarkable team of experts with over 20 years’ experience in surrogacy and third party reproduction to deliver this promise.
Delivering Dreams is owned and operated by Susan Kibler, inspired by her personal struggle and journey with infertility, and her love for Ukraine. She has over 25 years experience in Ukraine and more than 12 years successfully building families. She was motivated to provide the most personalized and responsive service throughout the entire surrogacy process, from application to bringing your newborn home; as well as offering guaranteed fixed-fee pricing and legal protections to minimize uncertainty.
There are no wait times; our surrogates, egg and sperm donors are comprehensively tested and immediately available for matching. Our programs cost significantly less than US programs and have higher than average success rates.
We are a proud member of Resolve (The National Infertility Association) and ASRM (The American Society for Reproductive Medicine).
Whether starting or expanding your family, we welcome you into our family, and are grateful for the opportunity to be part of your journey.March 9, 2018 at 9:45 pm #1083Angel DaleParticipant
So glad to see that the mission to help create families is happening all over the world! So glad to see this on the website!March 15, 2018 at 5:51 am #1119chicagoParticipant
susan you are on a great mission. I can see a crowd of women on forums. They seek help all the time. What should they do.? How may they have a baby? it has become a worldwide issue. Although you are moving on right track. But I want to include a few things in your post. Medication is the second step. The first step should be aware. People don’t know what is happening with their bodies. Even some women don’t know the pregnancy signs. When they suffer than make troubles and began to cry. I think we should clear a point that women do at this time. they should build your stamina strong enough. They emotionally feel awkward and weird sometimes. After failure, they began to blame to the clinic. What’s that.? Think about it.March 15, 2018 at 3:49 pm #1128Felicia SazParticipant
Hey. Thank you so much for this post. It was very informative. I had my son through surrogacy. I went to ukraine for it. It was great. I was really satisfied. They did a great job. I think it is a great cause. This is really helping people. This way, a lot of couples can have babies. Infertility leads to depression in so many cases. Everyone deserves to be a parent. Their infertility shouldn’t be able to stop it. I’m so glad that people are benefitting from this.March 16, 2018 at 12:35 pm #1137kim01Participant
Hey. Hope you are doing good. Some people are not aware of surrogacy. It is a very safe process for those couples who want to have a baby. Couples who are infertile should consider surrogacy. The Ukrainian clinic has professional and experienced doctors. I would recommend the clinic to the information seeking a woman who wants a baby. Surrogacy Success rate is very high. Hope this would work.March 18, 2018 at 9:49 am #1174StormiParticipant
Surrogacy is one of the most significant decisions one will make. Due diligence, homework and research is an important job not to be overlooked. And while budget concerns may exist. It’s important not to let a more reasonably priced agency be the driving force. One must take into consideration the quality of the surrogates at the agency. The support and professionalism of the agency. An agency in good standing with affiliations with top fertility specialists and third party reproductive attorneys adept in national and international laws. For future parents, finding the best surrogacy agency means locating one with official brick and mortar headquarters. A top-shelf agency helps ensure that its surrogates have passed a rigorous medical and psychological screening. All the best with your agency.March 23, 2018 at 7:49 am #1299TrishaParticipant
These days I am seeing many people advertising here. What I have seen in other forums is not what I am seeing here. Actually I was once in some forums and they were removing anyone who was advertising. It feels like you are spamming. But I am not saying this because perhaps I hate your clinic. I know nothing about it. But the advertising should reduce. This is a platform where people just say what there problem is. A place to get help. If we want to search for a clinic we can do taht online. Not in this platform. I have been thro0ugh infertility. And I had my treatment in Ukraine. So actually I do like the country. But we cannot go ion like this. Everyone comes here to advertise for their clinic what do you think would happen. This place would be flogged. But since you have already sent the message. Let it be the last time.March 23, 2018 at 2:39 pm #1306
Well said. You are so right. Research and asking lots of questions is essential. If they are offering services at a lower price, ask why. Make sure you are not getting smoke and mirrors but really answers than make sense. As you say, this is one of the most significant decisions you will make. If an agency is not able to answer these questions before you sign with them, imagine what would happen afterwards.
If the price of an agency is significantly lower than others, it should be a serious red flag. Budget concerns are a consideration. Be sure to examine what the implications might be. Are they cutting corners? Surrogate screening? supervision and support? compensation? Are there costs that are not listed up front?
Also, I would be careful if budget is the top consideration. Our bodies are not predictable machines, and neither are surrogates’ bodies. Pregnancies are not 100% predictable ever. Agencies should also discuss potential situations/complications and their cost implications.
Basically, if you feel at all uncomfortable asking questions and researching, listen to your gut instinct.
And of course – if it is too good to be true…March 23, 2018 at 3:46 pm #1313AkiraParticipant
i had hysterectomy cancer as a result i was infertile for life.
So we moved to europe to find good clinics regarding surrogacy.
Actually we were from Japan.But Japan has banned Surrogacy.So we moved to Europe insearch of surrogacy.So that we can have our own kids.
We consulted a number of clinics but my husband wasn’t satisfied by the clinics.Now we have moved to Ukraine to find good clinics.
We found a clinic here which is very good.We are in contact with the clinic soon we will have an appointment with them.
Please share your experience with me.March 23, 2018 at 6:45 pm #1321
Sorry, I pressed something in the middle of writing to you!
I would suggest considering and agency. They will provide you with an extra layer of protection and make sure there is conflict of interest on behalf of the clinic – for example wanting to cut corners on treatment. Working through an agency should not be much more expensive. The best agencies have agreements with the clinics so they get discounted rates. The agency can add a lot if it is good.
Please be wary of all contracts. Most of them are not up to international standards and the English can be poor. Make sure you have a lawyer checking them very carefully especially as Ukrainian will be the recognized language in court and legal proceedings if there is a misunderstanding.
If you want to be super safe, see if you can find an international surrogacy agency that works with both your home country and Ukraine. Some (like us) conclude contracts in your home jurisdiction and language.
Again, I can’t stress enough that you need to make sure before you do anything that you can legally and in a realistic period of time, get your child home.
Other than that, feel free to bounce the names of any of the clinics you are thinking of and I will share my experience if I have had any.
I hope I have helped. SusanMarch 23, 2018 at 6:52 pm #1322
I think I actually deleted the first and most important part of my reply. Darn technology!
I am so sorry that you have had such a bumpy ride. I really hope Ukraine works for you.
Before you do anything make sure that your clinic has worked with your nationality and where you reside to check if they know how to file all the necessary documents and take all the required steps to get your child home. This is the first thing you need to know. They should know exactly what has to be done, what steps need to be taken, how long it will take and how much it will cost. Some clinics include exit documentation and some do not. Make sure to double check this with a lawyer. Each nationality and country of residency has a completely different time frame and process. I only work with US and UK couples, but they are night and day. You must be sure you have someone taking care of this before you start. Some countries require documentation before the process begins. Some countries require steps not only in Ukraine, but in the home country.
Be sure to check this out very carefully and multiple times.
SMarch 24, 2018 at 8:53 am #1327AnonymousInactive
Thrice i had conceived and thrice i had gone through miscarriages at different stages.
I am married for the second time and i persuaded my husband to go for surrogacy method to have a baby of our own.
We both have some biological substance left which can make our own child in someone’s other womb without having her biological impacts on our child.
The consultant has given us a detail of this issue in every aspect.
So now me and my husband are looking for a surrogate to raise our child in her womb.
We have contacted a clinic for this issue and they are helping us in each and every stage,
I had many complications with my pregnancies in my first marriage everytime i conceived miscarriage happened.
They let us meet with the other couples who are raising babies via surrogacy method too.
The couples feedback is so satisfying about the clinic that we are now ready to go for surrogacy.
The clinic says that the surrogate should be good physically and should be perfectly alright.
The clinic has also its own many surrogates but they are looking the best one for us.
The clinic has a number of surrogates who are willing to raise our child in their womb.
The clinic says that they will go through extensive tests methods to clear all the reports of surrogate so that we don’t have any problems later on.
If someone has experience in this surrogacy please let us know.
ThanksMarch 24, 2018 at 9:30 am #1331NINAParticipant
Hello dear! I hope you and your DH are well.If you are infertile then I can understand your feelings and can in some way help you. This problem can be solved with the help of new methods introduced by scientists for people to have their children. There are some accomplished clinics in Ukraine who have a pretty experienced team for this process. My friend who is infertile had become totally pale and depressed due to the fact that she could never become a mother. She was then told about a clinic in Ukraine. She went to the clinic and met the experts there who explained the procedure to her. They were pretty understanding and helping. They offered their services at an affordable price. She went through surrogacy and now is a mother of a child.Now the couple is living a happy and healthy life. I hope this helps you. I would be happy if this could solve your problem.March 25, 2018 at 2:19 pm #1365Joanne SilviaParticipant
Hello. How are you all? You guys are doing a tremendous job. You’re working on a great cause. I hope you find success. Similarly, I hope a lot of hopefuls can find success in having kids through your clinic. Thank you for this!March 25, 2018 at 4:18 pm #1367riazoyerParticipant
Hey there! Let me tell you story of my friend, After trying to get pregnant for 7 years, she did IUI several times. that alone was so discouraging. the day she has done trying IUI was at the doctor’s office getting inseminated with her husband’s sperm. the smell of the hub’s stuff in the sterile doctor’s office just felt so wrong. She didn’t think she could handle invitro emotionally, physically,… it’s all incredibly draining. She decided then to go through the adoption process, and having been rejected countless times, she was depleted of any energy or desire to pursue the dream of having children. as depressing and defeating as it sounds, it was amazingly liberating to set the dream a flight. the miraculous thing that happened to both of them was that they both simultaneously had peace about moving on and just living. now, 13 years married, they still don’t have children but continue to bare the peace of being content with what they have right in front of them. I do know some people who have struggled with infertility and never conceived, so their story is the norm. I pray your story is different as we have seen with our friends who have also struggled and managed to conceive. Prayers going your way for strength during your break time and clarity when you need to pursue trying again.
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