Georgia IVF

Georgia IVF mission is to provide patients with health care of the highest caliber in a friendly and professional atmosphere. Patients can rest assured that treatment at the clinic will be kept confidential. The clinic's dedicated English-speaking staff takes pride in ensuring that patients are treated with the utmost respect in an environment that will keep them comfortable and satisfied before, during and after treatment. Georgia IVF clinic boasts the most recent advances in medicine and make every effort to inform, educate and discuss with their patients all possible treatment options. They involve the patients in the decision-making process regarding which technology will be used for their treatment. The clinic operates within flexible hours are happy to accommodate your needs according to what best suits your schedule.

Egg Donors
The clinic has an on line database from which photographs of egg donors can be viewed. If you are a patient wishing to undergo IVF or surrogacy with egg donation, all you need to do is contact the clinic. You will be provided with a password and user name to allow you to access their egg donor database. The donors have been carefully selected and screened to ensure a good clear background and family history of genetic diseases, reproductive health and psychological stability. Donors are healthy non-smoking women between the ages of 21 and 35, many of whom have delivered before. Potential donors are required to have an initial interview with the patient coordinator and then a comprehensive gynecological exam with our physicians.

Sperm Donors
Sperm donors are screened for genetic diseases, given a semen analysis and interviewed about their lifestyles, alcohol or drug usage and number of sexual partners.

Surrogate Mothers
Surrogate mothers offered by the clinic are in a healthy and physically fit condition, over 18 years of age, genetically screened, non-smoking (includes passive smoking) and of a sound mind.
Laws in Georgia
Egg donation, sperm donation and surrogacy has been legal in Georgia since 1997. Surrogate mothers have no parental rights over babies they give birth to for the purpose of gestational surrogacy. The couple or the single mother is the legal parent of the child born from a surrogate mother. No consent from the surrogate is required. Even if an embryo was donated, the surrogate mother or donor has no parental rights over the child. The child’s birth certificate will be issued immediately (at most 1 day) after birth and the couple or single mother will be registered as the child’s parent on the birth certificate, not the surrogate. The following documents are required for registration of the couple as parents: Surrogacy Agreement made by the couple.

Certificate of Embryo Transfer into the uterus of the Surrogate Mother issued by the IVF clinic
Child’s birth certificate issued by the maternity hospital

The procedure of the issuance of the child’s birth certificate is easy and does not require that you hire a lawyer. After the birth certificate has been issued, the parents will have the right to take their child back to their country at any time.


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Dr. Gia Cagareishvili

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Georgia IVF

T'bilisi, Georgia, Tbilisi, Georgia

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