Surrogacy in Iran

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Much Does Surrogacy Cost in Iran?

The average cost of surrogacy in Iran in 2023 is around $9000 and the Surrogacy cost in Iran with IVF and egg donation is around $ 14800.

The cost of surrogacy in Iran depends on the type of treatment required and whether this includes IVF, ICSI, or IUI.  In addition, you will be required to pay a fee for the administration, coordination, and support throughout the treatment program.

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Surrogacy cost in Iran: Details

All-Inclusive Surrogacy package in Iran

Surrogacy price in Iran with Complete IVF Package

$13,800

Surrogacy price in Iran (Guaranteed) with Complete IVF Package 

$22,600

Surrogacy price in Iran with Complete IVF Package and Donor Eggs

$14,800

Consultation with the gynecologist, geneticist, embryologist, and urologist; All pre-op tests and ultrasounds; IVF medicine; surrogate mother wage; medication for egg retrieval; egg and sperm retrieval; IVF with ICSI; freezing embryos; surrogate mother’s medicine for embryo transfer; transferring embryos; surrogate mother expenses for 9 months (food, medicine, check-ups); childbirth by cesarean section; Airport transfer; All transfers to/from the hospital; Medical interpreter; Local SIM card; One Sightseeing tour.

Please click here to know the cost of surrogacy in Iran through a comprehensive economical package, including various travel services, visa, hotel reservation, transfer, translation services, etc. You can also change the package according to your personal wishes.

How to pay for surrogacy?

Surrogacy costs are divided into several parts:

  1. The cost of laboratory tests and IVF
  2. Costs of surrogate mother care including food, medicine, medical tests during pregnancy, nursing services, etc.
  3. The money that the surrogate mother received for carrying the baby during her 9-month pregnancy. (Wages of surrogate mother)
  4. Childbirth expenses
  5. Costs of administrative procedures to receive the baby’s identity documents.

Surrogacy is a long process of several months and involves various services, that’s why surrogacy costs are usually high around the world. However, the cost of surrogacy in Iran is much lower than in other countries.

Considering the high costs of surrogacy, if a person wants to pay the costs in installments, we will provide this possibility to the applicants. For more information, please contact us via WhatsApp.

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Plastic surgery in Iran

Novin Infertility Clinic
Novin Infertility Clinic

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Sarem Fertility Clinic
Sarem Fertility Clinic

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Khatam Al-Anbia Hospital
Khatam Al-Anbia Hospital

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Abu Ali Sina Hospital
Abu Ali Sina Hospital

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Noor Eye Hospital
Noor Eye Hospital

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khodadoust Eye Hospital
khodadoust Eye Hospital

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hotels

Almas Novin Hotel
Almas Novin Hotel
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4/5

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Morvarid Hotel
Morvarid Hotel
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3/5

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Razavieh Hotel
Razavieh Hotel
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3/5

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Ghasr International Hotel
Ghasr International Hotel
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4/5

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Darvishi Hotel
Darvishi Hotel
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Shiraz Grand Hotel
Shiraz Grand Hotel
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Rhinoplasty in Iran Day-to-Day

Day 1

Arrival: We meet at the airport, take you to your hotel, and after some rest, the first appointment with your surgeon, X-ray or scans.

Day 2

Arrival: We meet at the airport, take you to your hotel, and after some rest, the first appointment with your surgeon, X-ray or scans.

Day 3

Aftercare and resting time, take your medication and do nose drops.

Day 4

You have all day to yourself (you can go shopping, sightseeing walking, etc)

Day 5

You have all day to yourself (you can go shopping, sightseeing walking, etc)

Day 6

You have all day to yourself (you can go shopping, sightseeing walking, etc)

Day 7

Second visit with the Doctor, removing the stitches and receiving instructions.

Day 8

Departure 

Do you guarantee the birth of the baby?

No one anywhere in the world can guarantee the birth of a baby. We do our best to achieve the highest success result. It should be noted that the success rate of surrogacy is higher than natural birth.
We offer two types of surrogacy packages:

1. A standard package where the costs are calculated for surrogacy and if for any reason the surrogate has a miscarriage during pregnancy, we calculate the costs until then, and by paying a smaller amount that depends on the time of the pregnancy failure, we will do it again with a new surrogate.
2. The guaranteed package, the cost of which is higher than the standard package, but we will do this until you reach your goal of having a baby.

Is surrogacy allowed in Iran and Islam?

Is surrogacy in Iran allowed for foreigners?

Yes, surrogacy is allowed in Iran for foreigners. Most Shia scholars have issued Jurisprudential Decrees (fatwas) that allow surrogacy as a treatment for infertility, but only for legal couples.  The Islamic Consultative Assembly (the Iranian Parliament) approved a law that allowed surrogacy for infertile couples and was approved by the Guardian Council. They consider this practice as transferring an embryo or fetus from one womb to another, which is not forbidden in Shia jurisprudence. Currently, there are around 70 infertility clinics in Iran performing gestational surrogacy. Therefore, sperm donation, egg donation, and surrogacy are allowed in Islam and Iran.

Surrogacy laws in Iran

Surrogacy laws in Iran

All surrogacy arrangements (both commercial and altruistic) are legal and popular. Many couples from the Middle East use surrogacy because of the legal ease in Iran.

If you decide to have a Surrogacy in Iran, reading this article can greatly increase your information about the cost of surrogacy in Iran and help you choose the best city and hospital for surrogacy in Iran.

Does Iranian surgery issue a birth certificate for a baby?

No. The birth certificate of the baby is issued by the hospital where the baby was born. And then this certificate is approved by the Iranian Immigration & Passport Police Office, the National Organization for Civil Registration of Iran, Public Courts, and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
In the next step, we will deliver this certificate to the embassy of the intended parents in Iran. And since then, it is up to their government how to speed up the process. However, Iranian Surgery will be with you and help you during the entire process. Or after entering Iran, parents can give us power of attorney to do this for them and reduce unnecessary bureaucracy.

Surrogate Mother in Iran

Surrogate Mother in Iran

Why is Iran the best place to find a surrogate mother?

There are 7 main reasons that can be mentioned:

  1. Surrogacy in Iran is offered at an affordable cost, Iranian surgeons and specialists offer their world-class medical expertise at a much lower price than their counterparts anywhere else in the world.
  2. We provide round-the-clock monitoring of the surrogate mother during the 9-month period.
  3. through regular checkups before and during pregnancy, we will make sure that the surrogate mother has all the required characteristics and is in good health throughout the pregnancy.
  4. surrogacy is completely legal in Iran. You will receive full legal rights of the child and the surrogate mother will have no legal claim to the baby.
  5. we offer a qualified and competent team of specialists and medical staff who work together to ensure the best results for our clients.
  6. Iran has a high success rate in relation to surrogate mothers.
  7. Since Iran is an Islamic Republic, it has many Muslim surrogate mothers. So, if this is something that is important to you, you can be sure that Iranian Muslim surrogates are willing to help bring your child into this world.
  8. Process of Surrogacy in Iran

    Surrogacy steps in Iran

    Surrogacy is done in 8 steps:

    1. Finding the right fertility center and infertility institute

    The first step in surrogacy is choosing a good fertility clinic or infertility institute It is worth noting that the fertility clinic only performs the in vitro fertilization of sperm and egg. However, the infertility institute also carries out other responsibilities, such as handling surrogacy paperwork.

    2. Medical examinations

    In the next step, the intended parents and the surrogate mother must undergo medical and physical tests, most of which are performed by clinic or institution specialists.

    3. Genetic counseling

    Genetic counseling is one of the most important stages of surrogacy because, during the counseling sessions, genetic diseases and disorders of both parties are identified.

    4. Getting legal advice

    Getting legal advice and being aware of surrogacy regulations and conventions will end most concerns about the legal issues of this method.

    5. Choosing an egg donor

    If the couple needs a donor egg for surrogacy, they can either get it from the egg bank of the infertility institute or request an egg donation. It should be noted that the egg donor must undergo clinical screening before donating eggs.

    6. Choosing a surrogate mother

    At this stage, the couple can find the surrogate mother on their own or choose one of the surrogates offered by the infertility institute. In any case, the gestational surrogate must undergo medical and psychiatric tests and provide the doctor with a complete medical history.

    7. Medical process

    Before starting the surrogacy process, one of the assisted reproduction methods, such as IUI or IVF, should be chosen for egg fertilization. When doctors fertilize the egg, it can be transferred to the surrogate’s uterus.

    8. Pregnancy and Birth

    About 15 days after the embryo transfer, the surrogate must take a pregnancy test to confirm the pregnancy. If the surrogate gets pregnant, she will be fully supported by the team of the infertility institution and, of course, the biological parents. Finally, after the birth of the baby, it is delivered to the intended parents according to the agreement.

Does the age of the surrogate mother matter?

The possibility of accepting a surrogate mother depends on various factors, including her age. If the surrogate has to use her own eggs, additional tests may be needed to assess her egg reserve. Depending on the surrogate’s age and her results, a fertility specialist will be able to discuss the success rate you should expect from your treatment. As with any fertility treatment, the success rate decreases with the age of the egg donor, especially after the age of 35.

Read more about : IVF in Iran

Read more about : Egg Donation in Iran

Surrogacy Doctors and Clinics in Iran

Surrogacy Doctors and Clinics in Iran

For couples struggling with infertility, finding the right fertility and surrogacy clinic can be a daunting task. However, Iran has established itself as a leading destination for couples seeking affordable and high-quality fertility treatment and surrogacy services. With a range of cutting-edge technologies and personalized treatment plans, Iranian clinics have helped countless couples achieve their dream of starting a family. Here, we have compiled a list of the best Iranian fertility and surrogacy clinics that cater to international patients, offering top-notch care, consultations, diagnostic tests, fertility medications, and assisted reproductive technologies. Whether you are looking for in vitro fertilization (IVF), intracytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI), egg donation, sperm donation, or surrogacy services, these clinics have the expertise and experience to help you realize your dreams of parenthood. Just remember, regardless of your choice, the Iranian Surgery team is prepared to take care of all the required steps and act as your faithful companion on your journey to parenthood. So, contact us right away.

Legal and Ethical Challenges of Surrogacy Contracts in Iran

Islamic perspective and moral concerns

Gestational surrogacy is being performed as a treatment for infertility in some well-known medical centers in Tehran and other cities of Iran. While the majority of Muslims in the world are Sunni, the majority of Iranians are Shia. Most Sunni scholars do not allow surrogacy because it involves inserting a man’s sperm into the womb of a woman he is not married to. However, most Shia scholars have issued Jurisprudential Decrees (fatwas) that allow surrogacy as a treatment for infertility, but only for legal couples. They consider this practice as transferring an embryo or fetus from one womb to another, which is not forbidden in Shia jurisprudence. However, there is disagreement on some issues such as kinship and inheritance. The main ethical concern with gestational surrogacy is the monetary relationship between the intended couple and the surrogate mother.

While monetary rewards are practiced in Iran and allowed by religious authorities, it appears to suffer from ethical problems. Our suggestion is that this type of monetary relationship should be modified and limited to the reimbursement of normal expenses. Such modification requires new legislation and religious decrees.

Is the name of the surrogate mentioned in the birth certificate of the baby?

When a baby is born, a birth certificate is issued for the baby, which includes the following information:

Father’s name, mother’s name, child’s place of birth, child’s name, date of birth, and doctor’s name.

The birth certificate is issued with the intended parents’ names and without mentioning the surrogate mother’s name.

What is Surrogacy?

Surrogacy is an arrangement, often supported by a legal agreement, whereby a woman (the surrogate mother) agrees to bear a child for another person or persons, who will become the child’s parent(s) after birth.

People may seek a surrogacy arrangement when pregnancy is medically impossible, when pregnancy risks are too dangerous for the intended mother, or when a single man or a male couple wish to have a child. Surrogacy is considered one of many assisted reproductive technologies.

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