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IVF Redia Guaranteed Programs

Needless to mention, guaranteed IVF and Surrogacy Maternity (SM) programs are quite attractive to intended couples since Assisted Reproductive Treatments (ART) are associated with high levels of uncertainty. Although, advancements in fertility treatments has improved the success rate but guaranteed success is rare. It is a big commitment where many factors need to be considered so as not to create false promises or mislead patients.

We understand how repeated failures in IVF treatments can take an emotional toll on intending parents let alone the financial drainage. Therefore, ISIDA CARE’s guaranteed programs are aimed to ensure couples to have their own baby at the same time making them aware of the offerings and the associated guarantee. As a responsible company, we ensure fulfilling clients’ expectations through mutual sharing of few risk factors.

What 100% refund Guaranteed Programs imply?

Intending couples need to be well aware that our guaranteed IVF and SM programs do ensure pregnancy and child birth but that is not without potential risks and unfavorable situations. Our program includes 3 complete IVF cycles including fresh and frozen embryo transfer, cost of embryo freezing, basic lab tests of PGT/NGS and blastocyst culture and medications. We follow the most advanced lab tests to screen for mosaics and DNA abnormalities likely to hamper implantation and cause miscarriage.

Our procedures have proved to increase the success rate by 20%. After all the assured cycles and transfers, if there is any failure, which is unlikely, we refund the entire cost of the program. The 100% refund guaranteed programs are available for eligible patients aged maximum of 37 years and for all patients regardless of age adopting egg or embryo donation services.

Other benefits of this program include:

Expected Eligibility Criteria

The success of IVF treatments depends a lot on the overall health of the couples. It is, therefore, mandatory to go through a thorough health check.

Things you need to ask while choosing the guaranteed program

  • What are the eligibility criteria?
  • In case of a miscarriage or premature delivery, will the guaranteed program cover the surrogate compensation?
  • Does the program cover all treatment costs arising from premature delivery?
  • Time frame of the program – Can this program be extended for 2-3 years to achieve the desired success?
  • What success options are provided if a patient wants success in 1 or 1 ½ years?
  • Will there be any refund if the baby is born with genetic abnormalities?

Building trust with Guaranteed Programs

ISIDA CARE believes in trust building with patients. The guaranteed programs are created based on this with strict adherence of Ukrainian legislation of ART and surrogacy. All your doubts and queries are welcome to us as we believe clear communication and transparency are crucial in trust-building.

We make sure to clear all doubts related to this program making patients aware of the legal terms and their agreement rights to ensure smooth implementation of the program leaving no room for ambiguity. The good news is that our guaranteed programs are fetching success as couples leave Ukraine smiling with the baby in their arms.

Surrogacy Maternity Programs (SM)

Surrogacy Maternity (SM) programs provided by us are flexible and affordable. We ensure that all our services can be accessible to all childless couples. Whatever may be the program features and benefits, our aim is to provide you full satisfaction in achieving your long cherished dream of parenthood. Each and every step of SM program is crucial and our efficient planning and experience ensure no slips that can be too costly.

We maintain stringent screening and monitoring right from patient assessment (the couples), egg donor and surrogate selection to the entire process involving egg/sperm/embryo donation, IVF procedure and child birth. Our highest level of professionalism and quality care leave no room for complaints.

But we do like to hear your special requirement and are happy to make all arrangements to meet your needs and wants. Years of experience in providing specialized surrogacy programs to childless couples from different parts of the world, ISIDA CARE has won everybody’s trust and confidence. Transparency, honesty, dedication and passion have helped us meet the couples’ expectations beyond their imagination.

Above all, we understand the couple’s mental state while turning to surrogacy as the last resort. We appreciate their courageous decision to embark on an uncertainty-filled journey where we take the responsibility to fetch them the desired success. We also respect and take proper care of both the surrogate and egg donor. We value their extended cooperation for childless couples which is often beyond the financial gains.

Gestational Surrogacy

Gestational surrogacy means the woman will not have any genetic linkage to the baby. The biological material (oocyte) of the surrogate will not be used in the IVF process. The embryos must be created with the sperm and egg of the intending couple or from any donor. The surrogate will only help in development of the fetus in her womb through a full pregnancy term.

Stepwise SM program

It takes pride in offering the best customer service along with outstanding success in surrogacy maternity programs. Success in IVF demands the highest level of expertise and quality check which we ensure from the start.

From the day one, you will experience a great comfort level through our communication which will be maintained till the end. You will come across various members our team helping you out in various processes. A stepwise guidance is given below:

Step 1

Our follow up executive will guide you with detailed information of the overall surrogacy program. He/she will be responsible to arrange for necessary agreements with the egg donor and surrogate after the selection.
Step 1

Step 2

Our medical coordinator will see the entire IVF program coordinating with you, the donor and the surrogate. He/she will be the prime point of contact throughout till the pregnancy is achieved. During the pregnancy, another coordinator will guide the surrogate mother and maintain the communication between you and the surrogate to keep you updated of the latest developments.
Step 2

Step 3

Post childbirth, our care coordinator will help you with further assistance that most new parents need. It is a great support in a foreign land as parents have to arrange for lot of things. Our care coordinator will be with you in the clinic/hospital at the time of delivery and help you in the documentation process necessary to collect the birth certificate. He/she will also coordinate with other agencies in case there is a need for signatures in any legal document.
Step 3

Synopsis of the Programs provided in surrogacy

  • IVF and ICSI
  • Egg donation
  • Combined IVF and Egg donation program
  • Normal surrogacy program without any donor
  • PGD


Cryobanking is a highly demanded service in ART aimed towards preserving fertility. It takes pride in maintaining a vast cryobank of oocytes, embryos, sperms and other reproductive material for further use. During IVF, it is normal to get more than one embryo. But instead of destroying them, these are preserved in cryobank through a process called cryopreservation.

These embryos also help in going for further attempts in implantation in case the first one fails or a couple wishes more children. The frozen embryos can be implanted into a surrogate through another surrogate maternity program.

Benefits Of Cryobanking


Extracting eggs from a donor is fine but is not absolutely risk-free. Ovarian hyper stimulation is one of the potential risks involved in the process. Although a rare occurrence, it can often result in hospitalization and can be fatal as well. Despite taking all protective measures, no one can assure a 100% risk-free egg donation process. Once several eggs are extracted, these can be preserved in cryobanks.


Many couples plan to have child later when they remain too busy with other important commitments. Some may have their fertility threatened owing to chemotherapy and radiation therapy. They can preserve their respective reproductive gametes in cryobank for future use.


ART procedures are costly. No doubt in it. And success is mostly not achieved in a single IVF cycle. Repeated IVF cycles using cryopreserved and thawed embryos cost much less than a ‘fresh’ IVF cycle.


A typical egg donation and surrogacy program combined can run for a year. Cryobank helps in reducing the time through the preservation of retrieved oocytes.


Cryopreservation in cryobanks needs special planning and procedures to increase the efficiency of the purpose. The gametes should be cryopreserved within strictly specified time limits after retrieval or formation. Reproductive outcomes depend a lot on the particular stage of embryo development that is during preservation and at the time of implantation. Blastocysts tend to create better outcomes than the embryo. This is because blastocysts have a greater survival rate than embryos. Blastocyst stage appears 5 days after the embryo formation and has more number of cells, hence the higher survival chance. Each embryo is preserved in a single medium to enhance the efficiency of embryo transfer.


Now comes the most crucial part. There are several processes by which this transfer takes place. If it is done in the natural cycle, it would require monitoring of the growth of the dominant follicle and endometrium lining to determine the day of ovulation.

After ovulation, one has to wait for few days corresponding to the age of the frozen embryo. The embryo is then thawed and transferred to the uterus for conception. The natural process has a big advantage as it does not need any medication.

However, this natural transfer cannot be applicable to all. A modified cycle is initiated with hormone replacement therapy and then the embryo is transferred. In terms of effectiveness, both methods are same, the only difference being in the requirement of hormonal drugs.

The embryos after thawing undergo assisted hatching meant for releasing the embryo from the pellucid zone, the outer membrane which gets hardened owing to freezing. Not only this, assisted hatching improves the chances of fertilization. In most clinics, it is done with laser.

Both the spouses/partners have equal rights on cryopreserved embryos. It can be transferred only with the consent from both of them.


Cryobanking follows specific freezing protocols. The time taken to freeze tissues varies with the cryopreservant used and the nature of cells. Freezing protocols can be either slow or rapid. In the slow mode, the temperature of the reproductive tissue and cryoprotectants are reduced gradually at a specific rate to attain -7C. This rate is further reduced and again raised to attain -135C. Finally, the tissues are dropped into liquid nitrogen at -196C.

Rapid freezing also known as Vitrification is the most advanced cryopreservation technique. It enables a higher survival rate of embryos after thawing since high concentrations but lesser volumes of cryoprotectors are used that take lesser time to freeze. The higher concentration of cryoprotectors prevents the formation of ice crystals around the tissues. Intracellular ice crystals, in most cases, are responsible for causing irreversible cell damage.

The vitrification process ensures the survival rate of frozen embryos or oocytes by 80%. Even after thawing, these oocytes and embryos maintain qualities similar to those created fresh. The oocytes can be fertilized by sperms or the embryos can be implanted to achieve a successful pregnancy.

Donor Recruitment And Selection Database

Recruiting egg donors and surrogate mothers demand stringent screening to ensure success in IVF programs. we take care of these factors at the start so as not to waste your precious time and money but gift you the bundle of joy that you are longing for.

Getting the best fit egg donor or surrogate is a daunting task as many factors need to be considered. Our database consist of handpicked donors passing stringent recruitment tests.


Dr Prem Demo3’s comprehensive databases of egg donors ensure you get quality oocytes with the highest potential of forming viable embryo through IVF. We allow the intending couples to scan through our database for the selection after initial communication.

Donor anonymity regarding egg donation is maintained as per the Ukraine Health Ministry regulations barring a few exceptional cases with international patients and that too after getting consent from the donor. Each donor goes through all the required screening procedure. Our database contains all crucial information regarding their age, height, weight, lifestyle, education, profession, family lineage and previous medical and egg donation histories. Pictures may not be provided to ensure anonymity.


This is important for everybody – the donor herself, the surrogate, the intending couple and the would-be baby. According to Ukraine legislation, a donor should have her own child and provide the birth certificate as a proof. The following criteria are maintained while adding the donor to our database:
  • Age within 18-32 years
  • Standard body weight
  • Confirmation by the GP of her sound health and complication-free pregnancy history.
  • Pediatrician report confirming good health of the donor’s children
  • Confirmation reports that the donor has no previous history of TB
  • Confirmed test reports certifying the donor is free from HIV, Syphilis and other STIs
  • Extensive screening of blood including testing for glucose, CBC, Proloactin, Hepatitis B and C and others.
  • Reports from narcologist and psychologist confirming the donor free from substance addiction and mental disorders.
  • Screening test for Urogenital and pap smear
  • Ovarian scanning with marked visibility of follicles.



Although the marital status of surrogates has no relevance as per Ukraine’s surrogacy law, we do a marital check. Surrogates from a family having a child are expected to be more committed.


A surrogate often needs a substantial period of undivided commitment towards another family. Therefore, she has to undergo psychological screening throughout the term till childbirth. Surrogates are interviewed to make them fully understand the commitment and the associated responsibility. They need to prove their trustworthiness.


After the successful psychological screening, a check for criminal background is done to ensure the hired surrogate does not have any criminal record. This is to ensure the safety of the would-be-parents and the baby.


It is most likely for a surrogate to have a family. Therefore, other members are also interviewed to make sure that the surrogate’s decision for this program is well supported. Under this circumstance, the surrogate will get full cooperation from her family members where her physical and emotional wellbeing would be well taken care of. It makes sure that the surrogate is maintaining established living standards required for the success of this program.


A younger surrogate within twenties is always preferred. But young age may not always ensure the best outcome. Women in twenties tend to lead a more active lifestyle whereas those in thirties tend to be calmer and more responsible. Since the surrogate’s eggs are not used, age need not be an important factor always. We always help in selecting the best candidate factoring in all aspects.


This is beyond any doubt that a surrogate after all preliminary screenings has to undergo medical screenings as suggested by the doctor. These include ultrasound scans to check the endometrium layer good enough to carry a healthy baby and blood tests to check the blood count, hormonal levels and the presence of any virus through sexually transmitted infections.


We offer two vital lab tests Pre-implantation Genetic Diagnosis (PGD) and Pre-genetic Screening PGS for intended couples. Many childless couples opt for this high-precision screening tests mainly to rule out any genetic abnormalities in the embryo created through IVF. Couples having a child with a genetic disorder may consider PGD in IVF.

Many times, a couple intends to have a child of a specific gender to maintain gender balance in the family or to prevent a genetic disorder. However, many countries do not legally permit PGD beyond any serious medical necessity. Ukraine allows PGD regulated by the order of the Ministry of Health.

One thing is to be noted that PGD cannot guarantee 100% genetically healthy embryos. Of 4000 single gene disorders, PGD can help in ruling out the possibility of only a few namely Myotonic Dystrophy, Cystic Fibrosis, Thalassemia, Fragile X and Tay Sachs.



Extracting eggs from a donor is fine but is not absolutely risk-free. Ovarian hyper stimulation is one of the potential risks involved in the process. Although a rare occurrence, it can often result in hospitalization and can be fatal as well. Despite taking all protective measures, no one can assure a 100% risk-free egg donation process. Once several eggs are extracted, these can be preserved in cryobanks.


Many couples plan to have child later when they remain too busy with other important commitments. Some may have their fertility threatened owing to chemotherapy and radiation therapy. They can preserve their respective reproductive gametes in cryobank for future use.


PGD – Couples with a higher risk of carrying specific genetic disease that can be transmitted to the fetus can opt for PGD. Even if both the spouses/partners do not actually have a genetic disease but are its carriers can take this test to rule out the risk of transmission to the embryo.

PGS – Women with a history of miscarriages planning for IVF can take this test. It will help in detecting the chromosomal abnormality in a specific embryo before implantation making a big difference in the success of IVF.

Recommendation for PGS:

  • Women above 38 years of old opting for single embryo transfer
  • Women with more than 2 incidences of miscarriage
  • Women with more than 2 incidences of IVF failure


Fluorescent in situ hybridization (FISH) and Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR) are two common techniques used in PGD. FISH is applied to detect chromosomal abnormalities as in PGS while PCR is applied to detect monogenic disorders. Additionally, single cell genome sequencing is also used in PGD that leads to complete genome sequencing of the embryo.


As mentioned, PGD is a high-precision test demanding the best level of expertise. The success rate of PGD is remarkable as we take careful measures in egg donor selection and in all the associated procedures. The donor has at least one instance of successful egg donation producing more than 10-15 eggs.

We check these criteria so that we can get many embryos for blastocyst culture and create disease-free embryos. However, PGD can only be done in the blastocyst phase where the embryo is just 5 day old. After PGD, the number of embryos may get reduced. Rarely, the intended couple is left with only one healthy embryo instead of several ones and the gender may not be the same as expected.



Experience and expertise matter. Thankfully, Both PGD and PGS need micro-manipulation and none but experienced embryologists can handle this well. The chance of accidental embryo damage during the cell removal process is very low. With our talented specialists in the job, we allow intended couples to be at mental peace during this time.

Hardly one or two cells are removed from the embryo that is yet to go through the development phase. It does not in any way affect the fetus or the baby-to-be. The process may delay the cell division for just a few hours but it will not hamper normal development as cell division gets restored soon.


PGD normally gives 90% accurate results. The remaining 10% may be false negative or positive or no result. Cells originating from the same embryo should have similar chromosomal constituents. In a few cases, there may be some anomaly owing to misdiagnosis.