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    Hi, everybody! I need your help. I suffer from a tough PCOS, but want to become a mummy very much. Several months ago I underwent anti-muller test which revealed a low ovarian reserve. My gyny recommends me not to try IVF and go straight to egg donation program. At present my husband and I live in Germany, where egg donation is forbidden. Of course, we can go to the UK and try egg donation there, but we decided to go Ukraine, where egg donation is more available, anonymous and conducted on a commercial basis.
    We’ve decided to contact Biotexcom. It’s a reproductive clinic, which is situated in the capital city, Kiev.
    We liked the way we were met at the airport and treated afterwards. However, when we came to the clinic for the first time to meet its representatives, we were a little bit shocked.
    The clinic is tiny. Narrow and small halls and too overcrowded…
    I wonder, if the clinic is really small, why do they take so many patients? We spent hours staying in the queue in order to speak with the clinic’s representatives.
    In addition, I saw many couples with newly born babies. Why don’t the clinic owners open a separate office where couple with small children would come??? I don’t think it’s right to make them come to overcrowded clinic where you can meet people from over the world. You never know whether a person who is near your baby healthy or not. I saw how a man was coughing constantly and a couple with a newly born baby was staying near him. It was really disgusting!!!!
    The staff of this clinic is really awful. The administrator at the reception desk is extremely unfriendly. She doesn’t know how to treat her clients. The first day we came to the clinic, she answered us in a loud unfriendly voice. When we tried to get some additional derails, she asked us to contact our program manager and started to speak with another couple.
    The same can be said about the clinic’s doctor. She looks very confident and you want to trust her, but she speaks with you very formally. Frankly speaking, I don’t like such attitude. I would like to get a warmer reception.
    We’ve decided not to sign up a contract yet, because we didn’t like the building where the clinic was situated and the way we were treated there. However, the clinic was overcrowded with patients, and I saw loads of couples with small children. Can it be a good sign? Or maybe, it’s better to go somewhere else where the staff is friendlier???
    P.S. Maybe, there is someone here who has visited Ukrainian reproductive clinics, especially I’m interested in Biotexcom. Would you please share your experience with me???



    Hi, Megan2016. Really sorry for you having such bad experience with that clinic. Just quit them and find a more comfortable place. At least, you may check their success ratings. If they are ok. Then this clinic is rather effective, and it’s the main reason why they have so many patients. You may also try to google some information about them.



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    Hi, ladies! Nice to meet you! Thanks for your messages. I did do my homework before contacting the clinic. I did visited quite a lot of fertility forums and found quite a lot of favorable feedbacks about this clinic. One lady even wrote that they’ve helped a 66-year-old woman to conceive. It was fantastic! When we visited Kiev, there were quite a lot of things we liked about the clinic, but I really disliked the fact that they made us wait in the queue.



    Hi, Megan2016. The clinic seems to be a professional one. If they managed to help a 66-year-old woman get pregnant, that can do the same with you. But how are they going to find an egg donor for you? I don’t think it’s quite possible to do this. Even twins have differences. I wish you good luck!



    Yes, it’s quite difficult to find a woman who would resemble me greatly, but I don’t need this. I want a baby! I want to get pregnant! When we visited the clinic for the first time, we left them a short description of the woman who would suit us as a donor. The clinic’s manager told us that they would use a special software to find a donor from their database. If we sign up a contract. We would be able to see the donor’s 3D photo.



    Hi, ladies. I decided to write here cause I also plan to go to Ukraine soon. I want to find a good fertility clinic there. I suffer from a tough PCOS, and my gyny recommends me to try a donor egg. Here, in the UK, we can’t find a cheap clinic so we also want to try our luck in Ukraine. So is it really safe to go there? Please, share your feedbacks about this country with me.



    Hi, musicwoman. Nice to meet you, dear! We were in Ukraine several months ago. All in all, it was ok. We were in Kiev, the capital city of Ukraine. It turned to be very peaceful city. We didn’t have to look for an apartmrnt as the clinic provided us with a comfortable flat not far from the city center. They also provided us with free meals and transportation services. They even provided us with the services of the English-speaking interpreter. It was so handy, as followed us nearly everywhere and we didn’t have to overcome a language barrier.



    It’s really great that the clinic have provided you with the apartment, free meals and transportation services. I think we should ask our program manager whether they could give us the same things. Dear, did they charge any additional fees for these services? Some fertility clinics like to charge additional fees from their clients. My close friend used to cycle in Spain. The clinic was OK, but they asked them to do quite a lot of additional services. As a result, they had to pay quite a lot for their egg donation program.



    I don’t think the clinic will charge any additional fees from us. We’re going to sign up a contract with them. According to this contract, the clinic will charge only a fixed sum of money. It will be divided into several installments as we’re going to book several shots. The payments will be made either in cash or via a bank transfer. For us, it’s really very handy. The only thing, the clinic may fine or terminate your program in case we don’t do certain tests on time. What do you think about it?



    I think it’s quite reasonable that the clinic may terminate the program when the patient violates the doctor’s advice. The success of any medical procedure depends mostly on the patient’s health. If you don’t do the tests on time, the doctor won’t be able to determine whether you’re healthy enough to conceive and carry a child. So I don’t think there are any problems when patients who don’t follow the doctor’s advice are fined. Dear,what kind of eggs will you use for your ED program? Will it be frozen or fresh ones?
    P.S. As far as I know, fresh eggs are more effective than frozen ones. Am I right?



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    We plan to use fresh eggs. When we sign up a contract with the clinic and choose a donor, the fertility specialist will study my menstrual cycle and determine the date of embryos transfer. We will have to visit the clinic on this date. My hubby’s sperm will be picked up and used to fertilize the donor’s eggs. Then three embryos will be transferred into my uterus. After that, I’ll have to take hormone medicines nearly two weeks. Then the first pregnancy test should be done. If the result is positive, I’ll have to take medicines up to the twelfth week of pregnancy.



    Megan, thanks for your feedback about that clinic. It’s nice that they offer fresh eggs. As far as I know, frosties are also ok. My close friend conceived with the help of frozen eggs. As far as I know, you should do a number of tests before your egg donation program starts. Am I right, hun?
    P.S. What tests did you do?



    Even if you’re going to do a simple IVF, you have to do some tests. It’s a real must as the fertility specialist should investigate your health and decided whether you’re healthy enough to take part in the program. I did some blood tests, hormone tests, and ultrasound checks. My hubby did a sperm test. We also consulted a GP when we visited the clinic for the first time.
    P.S. I think you may ask your fertility specialist to give a list of tests. You may also google some information about it on the internet as the official website of the clinic we’ve got interested in contained a full list of medical tests we had to do.

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