Surrogacy in Iran

Surrogacy in Iran for Foreigners

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.

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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.

Do you guarantee the birth of the baby?

 

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.

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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.

The Best Infertility and Surrogacy Clinics in Iran

  1. Shiraz Infertility Treatment Center (Dr. Siros Rostami)
  2. Samar fertility Clinic (Dr. Karamati)
  3. Dena Infertility Treatment Center, Shiraz
  4. .Mother and Child fertility clinic in Shiraz
  5. Mom Fertility clinic in Tehran
  6. Ibn Sina Ffertility clinic in Tehran
  7. Sarem Fertility clinic in Tehran
  8. Bahman Hospital Fertility Clinic in Tehran
  9. Arash Hospital fertility Clinic in Tehran
  10. Novin Fertility center in Mashhad
  11. Razavi Fertility clinic in Mashhad
  12. Armaghan Fertility Center in Mashhad

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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Why it’s done

There are many reasons people choose surrogacy:

. Health issues prevent a woman from getting pregnant or carrying a pregnancy to term.

. Infertility issues prevent couples from either getting or staying pregnant, like recurrent miscarriages.

. Same-sex couples wish to have children. This may be two men, but women also find this option attractive because the egg and resulting embryo from one partner can be transferred and carried by the other partner.

. Single people want to have biological children.

Criteria for becoming a surrogate

The qualifications for being a gestational surrogate vary by agency, but they involve things like:

. Age. Candidates must be between the ages of 21 and 45 years old. Again, the specific range varies by location.

. Reproductive background. They also have to have carried at least one pregnancy — without complications — to term but have fewer than five vaginal deliveries and two cesarean sections.

. Lifestyle. Surrogates must live in a supportive home environment, as confirmed by a home study. Drug and alcohol abuse are other considerations.

. Tests. Additionally, potential surrogates must have a mental health screening, a complete physical — including screening for sexually transmitted infections (STIs).

Intended parents have certain requirements to meet as well. These involve:

. Providing complete health histories

. Having physical exams to ensure they can successfully go through in vitro fertilization retrieval cycles.

. Screening for infectious disease

. Testing for certain genetic diseases that could be passed to a child.

Mental health counseling is also recommended to cover things like expectations from surrogacy, addiction, abuse, and other psychological issues.

 

Using a Surrogate

 

Using a Surrogate

A surrogate should get a medical exam to check that she’s likely to have a healthy, full-term pregnancy. The organization suggests she gets tests that check for infectious diseases such as syphilis, gonorrhea, chlamydia, HIV, cytomegalovirus, and hepatitis B and C.

Surrogates should get tests to make sure they have immunity to measles, rubella (German measles), and chickenpox. Also, you may want to ask that she get a medical procedure to visually “map” the uterus, which can help the doctor check her potential to carry a pregnancy. A surrogate mother should have her own doctor during pregnancy rather than use yours.

How to find a surrogate

Some people find a friend or family member who’s willing to serve as a surrogate. Others turn to surrogacy agencies to find a good match. Agencies first screen candidates to ensure they meet the criteria associated with the process. Then they cross-match your own wants/needs to find the best situation for your family.

Does a Surrogate Mother Share DNA with the Baby?

It depends on what type of surrogacy you need. In traditional surrogacy, there is a DNA connection between the child and the surrogate mother, while in gestational surrogacy, there is no genetic or DNA connection between the child and the surrogate mother.

What are the possible risks of using a surrogate mother?

A surrogate mother can experience the same medical complications during pregnancy as other expectant women. Some of these health complications include:

. Gestational diabetes

. Preeclampsia

. Eclampsia

. HELLP syndrome

The surrogate mother will be the only one who can give consent to any medical care decisions that arise during the pregnancy.

There are also potential legal risks, in particular surrounding parental rights when traditional surrogates are used. For gestational surrogacy, you and your partner will be the legal parents after your baby is born, but you’ll need to consult a lawyer in advance to check the laws in your country.

Surrogacy Pros and Cons for Intended Parents

Pros:

Here are just a few of the advantages of surrogacy for intended parents:

. Surrogacy completes families. For those who have struggled with infertility, LGBT couples, and those with medical conditions that make pregnancy unsafe, surrogacy is often the answer to years of unsuccessful attempts to create a family.

. Surrogacy allows for genetic connections. Gestational surrogacy often enables one or both parents to maintain a biological relationship with their child.

. Surrogacy creates relationships. Many intended parents become close with their surrogate and her family during the process, developing meaningful bonds that can last a lifetime.

. Surrogacy involves few surprises. A legally binding contract outlining everyone’s expectations will be negotiated and signed prior to the embryo transfer, so everyone will know exactly what to expect during the surrogacy process. A court order is obtained prior to birth of the child, confirming the intended parents’ legal rights.

. Surrogacy ensures you are involved. Intended parents are often able to be involved in their surrogate’s pregnancy, attending key appointments and being present for important milestones, including the embryo transfer and birth.

. Surrogacy is likely to be successful. Surrogates have a proven track record of carrying healthy pregnancies, which often makes surrogacy more likely to be successful than fertility treatments for intended parents.

Cons:

While there are many surrogacy pros for intended parents, there are also some disadvantages of surrogacy for hopeful parents to consider:

. Surrogacy can be complicated. Gestational surrogacy involves complex medical procedures, and surrogacy laws. Legal processes can be overwhelming at times. It is important to work closely with a trusted professional to ensure the process is completed safely and legally.

. Surrogacy costs can be significant. Because of the number of people and services required to complete a successful surrogacy, surrogacy can be expensive.

. Surrogacy requires you to let go of some control. While intended parents typically enjoy a greater sense of control and involvement than families pursuing adoption, you will need to relinquish some control and trust your surrogate to carry the pregnancy for you.

Legal Requirements for Surrogates

One of the most important requirements in any surrogacy arrangement is the legal contract. Every surrogacy agreement is different depending on your circumstances and your relationship with the intended parents. Your specific legal rights and obligations will be outlined in your contract.

Prior to beginning any medical procedures, you and the intended parents must agree to and sign the contract, which will clearly outline all of the legal aspects of the surrogacy, including:

. Compensation

. Possible risks

. Your responsibilities as the surrogate

. Relinquishment of the child

. And more

In most cases, the intended parents’ attorney will draft the contract. You will then review the contract with you own attorney to ensure that all of your requests have been included. Once all necessary revisions have been made and both parties agree to the terms of the contract, you and the intended parents will sign the paperwork and the contract becomes legally binding. At that point, you can begin receiving payments and prepare for the embryo transfer.

Types of Surrogacy in Iran

The term “surrogacy” is generally used to describe a couple different scenarios.

. A gestational carrier carries a pregnancy for an individual or couple using an egg that is not the carrier’s. The egg may come from either the intended mother or a donor. Likewise, sperm may come from the intended father or a donor. Pregnancy is achieved through in vitro fertilization (IVF).

. A traditional surrogate both donates her own egg and carries a pregnancy for an individual or couple. The pregnancy is usually achieved through intrauterine insemination (IUI) with sperm from the intended father. Donor sperm may also be used.

Gestational carriers are now more common than traditional surrogates. Why is this? Since a traditional surrogate donates her own egg, she is technically also the biological mother of the child.

While this can definitely work out just fine, it can create complex legal and emotional issues.

Surrogacy in Iran Step-by-step

Once you’ve found a surrogate, achieving pregnancy differs depending on what type of surrogate you use.

With gestational carriers, the process looks something like this:

. Choose a surrogate, usually through an agency.

. Create a legal contract and have it reviewed.

. Go through the egg retrieval process (if using intended mother’s eggs) or obtain donor eggs. Create embryos using intended father’s sperm or donor sperm.

. Transfer embryos to the gestational carrier (surrogate) and then — if it sticks — follow the pregnancy. If it doesn’t work out, the intended parents and surrogate may pursue another IVF cycle.

. The child is born, at which time the intended parents obtain full legal custody as outlined in the legal contract.

Traditional surrogates, on the other hand, are also donating their eggs, so IVF is usually not involved in the process.

. Choose a surrogate.

. Create a legal contract and have it reviewed.

. Go through the IUI process using the intended father’s sperm or donor sperm.

. Follow the pregnancy or — if the first cycle doesn’t work out — try again.

. The child is born. The surrogate may need to legally terminate parental rights to the child, and the intended parents may need to complete a stepparent adoption in addition to any legal contract set up in earlier stages of the process.

After Surrogacy in Iran

Unanticipated issues with surrogacy

When planning surrogacy, everything may seem quite straightforward. However, it’s important to note that as with most things in life, there are opportunities for issues to arise and make things tricky.

Some considerations:

. IVF or IUI isn’t a guarantee of pregnancy. Sometimes these procedures don’t work on the first or even subsequent tries. You may need several cycles to achieve pregnancy.

. We don’t mean to be a Debbie Downer here. But another consideration is that even if pregnancy occurs, miscarriages are possible.

. Just as with the traditional pregnancy-to-parenthood path, there is always a chance for health issues with the baby or complications with the surrogate or actual birth.

. Pregnancy with IVF and IUI may result in multiples — twins or triplets.

. While home studies and psychological evaluations are part of the screening process, they can’t guarantee that surrogates won’t engage in behaviors you may consider risky. (On the other hand, most surrogates carry babies out of a desire to bring the joy of parenthood to people who might not experience it otherwise.)

A note to those considering being a surrogate

There are various ways that being a surrogate may make sense in your lifestyle. You may find the money appealing or feel fulfilled giving a couple something they may not be able to achieve without your help.

Still, it’s a big decision. We outline a few things to consider before applying to be a surrogate.

. You’ll need to meet all the minimum requirements — including those regarding age, health status, reproductive history, and psychological status — that may vary by agency.

. You’ll need to be ok with giving up control during the pregnancy. While it’s your body, what happens during the pregnancy isn’t entirely up to you. This involves things like testing that you may not choose for yourself but that the intended parents may wish to undergo.

. You’ll also need to think about the process itself. Getting pregnant via IVF takes a number of procedures and medications. Consider how you’ll feel about taking injectable and oral drugs and hormones.

. You’ll want to consider if your own family is complete. Do you want more children? Understand that with each pregnancy and with advancing age, more risks for complications can arise that might impact your fertility.

. You’ll need to get input from the rest of your family as well. How does your partner feel about surrogacy? What about your children?

There aren’t necessarily right or wrong answers to questions you need to ask yourself — these are just things to consider. Surrogacy can be a wonderful process and gift.

Who is a Good Candidate for Surrogacy in Iran?

. Congenital or acquired absence of uterus: Some women do not congenitally have a uterus. But some people have had their uterus removed due to diseases such as uterine or cervical cancer.

. Abnormal and improper structure of the uterus: Sometimes the uterus is congenitally abnormal and does not allow the fetus to implant. Sometimes the uterus is no longer suitable for pregnancy due to infection, severe adhesions, and large fibroids created during various surgeries.

. Repeated failure of infertility treatments despite proper fetuses: In some cases, couples may fail to conceive after several IVF and ICSI cycles despite good embryo quality.

. Repeated miscarriages for unknown reasons.

. Having diseases that cause high-risk pregnancy: The presence of underlying diseases such as advanced heart failure, diabetes, and kidney failure in the mother makes pregnancy dangerous for her. In addition, some patients, such as those with cancer, need to take medications that can affect the health of the fetus.

What are the Characteristics of a Surrogacy Volunteer?

To increase the chances of a successful pregnancy, a person with a uterus must have certain characteristics and conditions. These conditions are:

. Proper age: The volunteer must be under 35 years old. Because with increasing age, the possibility of embryo implantation in the uterus decreases.

. History of a successful pregnancy: The surrogate mother must have at least one child. This will give you more confidence.

. Physical health: The candidate must be in good physical health. Having diabetes, high blood pressure, heart disease, etc., which can affect the pregnancy process, can remove the volunteer from the list. In addition to addiction, alcohol consumption, sexually transmitted infections also prevent the volunteer from continuing the process.

. Mental health: The surrogate uterus is a psychologically complex issue. Therefore, the candidate should be examined in terms of mental health, marital stability, personality stability, and mental illness. If mental health is not approved, the person will be removed from the list of volunteers.

. Fully familiar with the legal issues of surrogacy: The candidate must be familiar with all aspects and legal issues of this work and read and approve all necessary contracts. One of the most important legal issues in surrogacy is the delivery of the baby to the parents after birth.

What Factors Influence the Success of a Surrogacy Procedure?

The success of an alternative uterine procedure depends more than anything on the quality of the egg. Therefore, the age of the person from whom the eggs are taken is very effective in the success of this method. The rate of miscarriage in 35-year-old mothers is 15%, 35-40 years old 20%, and more than 40 years old up to about 40%.

In addition, the health of the surrogate uterus is critical to the success of the pregnancy. For this reason, a successful pregnancy history is one of the conditions for choosing the right person as a surrogate mother. Another factor that can affect the success of surrogacy is the skill of the treatment center and specialist physician. Therefore, you should be more careful in choosing a medical center and doctor.

Types of Contracts in Surrogacy

In order for the infertile couple and the owner of the uterus to trust each other and to ensure that the parties adhere to their obligations, prior to the transfer of the fetus to the surrogate mother, a contract is made between the infertile couple, the uterus owner, and her spouse. In this contract, the uterus owner undertakes to carry the fetus and give birth to it and deliver it to the couple after birth.

On the other hand, infertile couples have different obligations depending on the type of contract. These obligations depending on the type of contract are:

. Commercial contract: In this type of contract, the infertile couple pays the volunteer an amount of money in exchange for the uterus.

. Friendly contract: In this type of contract, the uterus owner has only an altruistic motive and does not receive any payment from the infertile couple for her obligations. In most cases, the volunteers are close relatives of the infertile couple. In this type of contract, the infertile couple is usually responsible for paying for food and medical care for the person with the uterus. It is recommended to think about all the aspects before concluding the contract and consider a guarantee in the contract for any case you are concerned about.

Types of Surrogacy 

The term “surrogacy” is generally used to describe a couple different scenarios.

. A gestational carrier carries a pregnancy for an individual or couple using an egg that is not the carrier’s. The egg may come from either the intended mother or a donor. Likewise, sperm may come from the intended father or a donor. Pregnancy is achieved through in vitro fertilization (IVF).

. A traditional surrogate both donates her own egg and carries a pregnancy for an individual or couple. The pregnancy is usually achieved through intrauterine insemination (IUI) with sperm from the intended father. Donor sperm may also be used.

Gestational carriers are now more common than traditional surrogates. Why is this? Since a traditional surrogate donates her own egg, she is technically also the biological mother of the child.

While this can definitely work out just fine, it can create complex legal and emotional issues.

The Advantage of Surrogacy in Iran

. Surrogacy helps childless couples achieve their long-standing dream of having a baby, which leads to family survival. This will pave the way for reducing divorce rates and solving the problems of infertile couples.

. The baby produced by this method has all the characteristics of its parents genetically. Therefore, surrogacy is probably the most well-known alternative family-building method to adoption.

. This method helps women who do not have ovulation problems and have other fertility problems to get pregnant.

. Jurisprudentially, a child raised through surrogacy is considered legitimate.

. One of the most important advantages of surrogacy in Iran is its affordable cost.

The Disadvantage of Surrogacy in Iran

. Society has not yet accepted this method, and many people are unaware of it. Therefore, there is no proper social view toward the surrogate mother.

. The surrogate mother and her family, as well as the intended parents, may struggle with many emotional and psychological problems.

. The possibility of financial, legal, and medical abuse in this method has not been ruled out, which is claimed by the expansion of the brokerage market in this area.

The Disadvantage of Surrogacy in Iran

. Society has not yet accepted this method, and many people are unaware of it. As a result, there is not a proper social view toward the person who carries a baby for an infertile couple.

. The surrogate mother and her family, as well as the intended parents, may go through many psychological problems.

. The possibility of legal, financial, and medical abuse in this method has not been ruled out, which is claimed by the expansion of the brokerage market in this area.

Does a Surrogate Mother Share DNA with the Baby?

Depends on the surrogacy method you need. In traditional surrogacy, there is a DNA connection between the child and surrogate mother. In gestational surrogacy, there is not any genetic or DNA connection between the child and surrogate mother.

Process of Surrogacy in Iran

In Iran, surrogacy is done in 8 steps:

. Finding the right fertility center and infertility institute

The first step in surrogacy is choosing a facilitated fertility clinic or a good infertility institute. It is worth mentioning that the fertility clinic only performs the in vitro fertilization of sperm and egg. Still, the infertility institute also bears other responsibilities, such as catching up on the paper works of surrogacy.

. Medical examinations

In the next step, the intended parents and the surrogate mother should take medical and physical tests, most of which are performed by specialists at the clinic or institute.

. Genetic counseling

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

. Getting legal advice

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

. Choosing an egg donor

If the couple needs a donated egg for surrogacy, they can either receive it from the egg bank of the infertility institute or ask for an egg donor. We should mention that the egg donor must undergo clinical screening before donating the egg.

. Choosing a surrogate mother

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

. Medical process

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

. Pregnancy and Birth

About 15 days after transferring the embryo, the surrogate should 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, the baby is handed over to the intended parent as was agreed.

How Long Does the Surrogacy Process Take in Iran?

How Long Does the Surrogacy Process Take in Iran?

 

Surrogacy is a relatively long and complicated procedure, so you should be patient and realistic when choosing this infertility treatment method. The surrogacy process can take approximately 15 to 20 months, from the day you submit the initial application form to find a surrogate mother to the day you hold your baby.

Surrogacy Success Rate

Before the IVF procedure and embryo transfer, several medical evaluations are performed on the gestational surrogate to ensure that her body is ready to receive the embryo. Therefore, when the doctors confirm pregnancy, the chance of having a healthy baby is more than 95%. However, some factors affect the success rate of surrogacy, including:

. The quality of sperm and eggs

. The surrogate’s ability to carry a baby for nine months

. The age of the surrogate and biological parents

. The process of egg fertilization

. In the case of egg donation, the age and health condition of the egg donor.

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Nadia’s successful experience with surrogacy and egg donation in Iran (2022)

Due to a past medical issue, Nadia had a hysterectomy and came to us for surrogacy. We will share her treatment journey in Iran including ultrasound and BHCG test results that indicate a positive pregnancy.

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The Final Word

Why surrogacy cost in Iran is by far lower than in other countries?

The low price of surrogacy in Iran is due to the devaluation of the Iranian currency (Rial) since 2019. While in many countries an infertile couple must pay tens of thousands of dollars and nearly $100,000 in the United States, surrogacy in Iran usually costs less than $10,000.

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Is Iran a suitable destination for surrogacy?

Yes, surrogacy in Iran for foreigners is completely legal. Plus in Iran, the treatment costs are very affordable compared to the other advanced countries, skilled specialists are available, and many other international couples frequently travel in order to get a baby which has made the whole process much smoother due to being practiced before for so many times. 

Why should you choose Iranian Surgery?

Iranian Surgery is the oldest medical tourism center with the most experience in the fertility field for the international clients like: offering the best treatment plan and offering the required services such as visa application, accommodation, medical interpreter and etc. in order to make you worry free so you can fully focus on your treatment and enjoy the beautiful journey of becoming a parent. 

What are the costs of surrogacy in Iran?

The surrogacy services are offered in two cities by Iranian Surgery: the capital of Iran, Tehran and one of the big cities of Iran, Shiraz. There are advanced fertility centers with high success rates in both cities but due to multiple factors, the treatment prices are different depending on which city you choose to go to. Surrogacy prices in Tehran start from 13500$ and surrogacy costs in Shiraz start from 11000$. 

Is surrogacy safe in Iran?

Yes, infertility treatments such as surrogacy and the use of donor eggs for international and Iranian patients is completely allowed by the law in Iran. The Iranian Surgery team will be there to fix your travel and treatment itinerary, apply for your visa, book your hotel, pick you up from the airport, and be there to support you throughout the entire process of your treatment. It takes at least 9 months for you to successfully become a parent. Most couples cannot stay in Iran for that long of a period due to work, the expenses or other reasons, and the Iranian Surgery team will constantly update you and take care of your gestational surrogate and your baby during the pregnancy period. 

What documents do I need for surrogacy in Iran?

Patients are required to bring with themselves: the identification documents of the couple, marriage certificate , previous medical reports, and a sonography of the uterus for receiving surrogacy services or documents relating to the patient’s frequent miscarriage in the past. 

Can I use my own eggs in surrogacy?

Yes, women under 35 years old usually have eggs with good quality and quantity therefore they can use their own eggs. If you are over 35, you need to be tested first to check your ovarian reserve. If patients are over 42 or cannot use their own eggs due to medical factors, by your doctor’s discretion, donor eggs are available for use.

Can I transfer my embryo to a surrogate in Iran?

If you have done IVF before outside of Iran and have frozen embryos available, it is possible to ship them to Iran so they can be transferred to a gestational surrogate’s uterus. Iranian Surgery supports patients throughout the entire course of treatment. 

Is surrogacy legal in Iran?

Yes, surrogacy in Iran is allowed by the law and supported by the government for local and international patients. Due to the procedure being legal and the cost effective of prices, Iran has become a very popular destination for heterosexual couples all over the world who are eligible to receive surrogacy services.

How can I find a surrogate mother in Iran?

Iranian Surgery is the experienced link between couples seeking fertility treatment and the required treatment. Whether you need to find a good fertility clinic, specialist, surrogate or donor eggs, we can provide you services and make the process much smoother.

What are the best surrogacy centers in Iran?

There are few centers in Iran that offer surrogacy services to foreign patients and the reason for this is the lengthy screening process of finding gestational surrogate candidates, and taking care of her during the pregnancy months and also going through the regulations in order to get an exit permit for the child so you can easily bring the baby back home.

But fortunately, Iranian Surgery is one of the few centers that supports you throughout the entire process of finding a surrogate mother, the birth of the baby, and going through the regulations  related to the embassy and airport. We are there for you until the end.

Dr. Jaleh Zolghadri

Dr. Jaleh Zolghadri is a specialist reproductive medicine and Infertility, IVF and recurrent pregnancy loss since 1992 Professional Work Experience 1- Specialist Reproductive Medicine and...

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Dr. Pegah Keramati

. Obstetricians and Gynecologists . Fellowship in infertility and IVF, hysteroscopy, and laparoscopy. . Member of The Iranian Association of Obstetricians and Gynecologists . Member of Shiraz Gynecology...

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Dr. Mojgan Sayadi

Dr. Mozhgan Sayadi, an obstetrics and gynecology specialist, has achieved an impeccable reputation with more than 18 years of experience in the field of...
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Dr. Jale Taheri

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Dr. Khosro Mehr

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Surrogacy in Iran Day-to-Day

Day 1

The Iranian Surgery team will welcome you at the airport and take you to your hotel. Then, you will have your first visit and sonography with your gynecologist, and medication is prescribed.

Day 2

Blood tests and sperm analysis. The woman starts taking ovarian stimulation drugs.

Day 3

Sightseeing tour

Day 6 and 9

Sonography and updating your prescription accordingly.

Day 14

The egg retrieval procedure and getting a sperm sample from the man, then performing IVF/ICSI in the laboratory. The couple may rest at the hotel afterwards.

Day 16

Airport transfer and return of the intended parents to their home country

After determining the number and the quality of the embryos, according to your doctor’s opinion, they will either be transferred to the surrogate mother’s uterus  or be frozen and transferred at an appropriate time later.

14 days after the embryo transfer, a beta test will be performed to detect pregnancy, and if positive, prenatal care will begin.

During the pregnancy, you will receive a complete report on the condition of the surrogate mother and your baby, and all of the ultrasounds and documents will be sent to you.

Surrogacy in Iran

What Is Surrogacy?

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

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

What Are the Different Types of Surrogacy?

The term “surrogacy” is commonly used to describe several different scenarios.

. A gestational carrier carries a pregnancy for an individual or couple using an egg that is not the carrier’s. The egg may come from the intended mother or a donor. Likewise, sperm may come from the intended father or a donor. Pregnancy is achieved through in vitro fertilization (IVF).

. A traditional surrogate both donates her eggs and carries a pregnancy for an individual or couple. The pregnancy is usually achieved through intrauterine insemination (IUI) with the intended father’s sperm. Donor sperm may also be used.

Gestational carriers are now more common than traditional surrogates. Why is this? Since a traditional surrogate donates her egg, she is technically the child’s biological mother. While this can definitely work out just fine, it can create complex legal and emotional issues.

What Is the Surrogacy Process Step-By-Step?

In Iran, surrogacy is done in 8 steps:

. Finding the right fertility center

The first step in surrogacy is choosing a good fertility clinic.

. Medical examinations

The intended parents and the surrogate must undergo medical and physical tests, most of which are performed by clinic specialists.

. Genetic counseling

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

. 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.

. 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 center or request an egg donation. It should be noted that the egg donor must undergo clinical screening before donating eggs.

. Choosing a surrogate

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

. 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.

. Pregnancy and Birth

About fifteen days after the embryo transfer, the surrogate must take a pregnancy test to confirm the pregnancy. If the surrogate becomes pregnant, she will be under the full support of the infertility center team and, of course, the biological parents. Finally, after the birth of the baby, it is delivered to the intended parents according to the agreement.

What Is the Success Rate of Surrogacy?

Before the IVF procedure, several medical evaluations are performed on the surrogate to ensure that her body is ready to receive the embryo. Therefore, when the doctors confirm pregnancy, the chance of having a healthy baby is more than 95%. However, some factors affect the success rate of surrogacy, including:

. Sperm and egg quality.

. The age of the surrogate and biological parents.

. The surrogate’s physical ability to carry a baby for 9 months.

. The process of egg fertilization.

. In the case of egg donation, the age and health condition of the egg donor.

. The clinic equipment and the expertise of the doctor who transfers the embryo.

Who is a Good Candidate for Surrogacy?

. Congenital or acquired absence of uterus: Some women are born without a uterus. However, some people have had their uterus removed due to conditions such as uterine or cervical cancer.

. Abnormal and inappropriate structure of the uterus: Sometimes the uterus is congenitally abnormal and does not allow the fetus to implant. Sometimes, due to severe adhesions, infection and large fibroids created during various surgeries, the uterus is no longer suitable for pregnancy.

. Repeated failure of infertility treatments despite having a suitable embryo: In some cases, couples may fail to conceive after several IVF and ICSI cycles despite good embryo quality.

. Repeated miscarriages for unknown reasons.

. Having diseases that cause high-risk pregnancy: The presence of underlying diseases such as diabetes, advanced heart failure, and kidney failure in the mother makes pregnancy dangerous for her. In addition, some patients, such as those with cancer, need to take medications that can affect the health of the fetus.

Who Is Eligible to Be a Surrogate?

To increase the chances of a successful pregnancy, a person must have certain conditions. These conditions include:

. Proper age: The volunteer must be under 38 years old. Because with increasing age, the possibility of embryo implantation in the uterus decreases.

. Physical health: The candidate must be in good physical health. Having heart disease, high blood pressure, diabetes, etc., which can affect the pregnancy process, can remove the candidate from the list. In addition to alcohol consumption, addiction, and sexually transmitted infections also prevent the volunteer from continuing the process.

. Mental health: The candidate should be examined in terms of personality stability, mental illness mental health, and marital stability. If mental health is not approved, the person will be removed from the list of volunteers.

. History of a successful pregnancy: The surrogate mother must have at least one child. This will give you more confidence.

. Familiarity with the legal issues of surrogacy: The candidate must be familiar with the legal issues of this work and read and approve all necessary contracts. One of the most important legal issues in surrogacy is the delivery of the baby to the parents after birth.

Can You Be a Surrogate After 3 C-Sections?

Although one C-section may not disqualify you from becoming a surrogate, multiple C-sections do. Most clinics only accept surrogates who have had no more than two previous cesarean sections; some will get candidates with three C-sections if the pregnancies are uncomplicated and they pass a mock cycle. However, the exact number of C-sections you can have hasn’t been established yet.

Who Is Not Eligible to Be a Surrogate?

Below are medical conditions that can prevent women from becoming gestational surrogates.

  1. Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS)
  2. Unhealthy BMI
  3. Preeclampsia
  4. Endometriosis
  5. Gestational Diabetes
  6. Other Underlying Health Conditions such as mental illnesses
  7. Multiple C-Sections
  8. Drug Use
  9. Under or over childbearing age (You must be between 21 and 38 years old to qualify as a surrogate.)
  10. No Previous Children

What Is the Ideal Age for a Surrogate Mother?

The suitable age range for a surrogate mother is a minimum of 21 years to a maximum of 38 years.

What Are the Risks of Surrogacy?

There are risks for couples or individuals who use a surrogate. Some of the most common risks include:

. Risks of fertility treatment and medical procedures to the intended parents or carrier.

. There is no guarantee that the pregnancy will be successful.

. Emotional risk of miscarriage, complications, and other health conditions.

. Financial risk associated with IVF, medical procedures, legal rules, and compensation.

. Frustration over lack of control over the carrier, the pregnancy, and other factors.

There are also risks to the surrogate. They should receive the regular prenatal care during pregnancy. The surrogate inherits all the risks of pregnancy complications such as diabetes, high blood pressure, and infection. Carrying another person’s pregnancy can be emotional, time-consuming, and challenging for the surrogate’s spouse or children. While most surrogates are happy to help a couple or individual become parents, they can still become attached to the child after birth.

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Gestational surrogacy is the most common form of surrogacy and the type that we work with here at Iranian Surgery. In this arrangement, the surrogate mother carries a baby who is not biologically related to her. The eggs used in the IVF procedure are provided by another woman, known as the biological or genetic mother. Gestational surrogacy involves the fertilization of the egg outside the surrogate’s body through IVF. Then the embryo is implanted in the surrogate’s uterus. This process ensures that the surrogate’s eggs are not used in the conception of the child, so she is not the biological mother.
In gestational surrogacy, a baby’s DNA comes from its biological parents, half from the mother, and half from the father. Therefore, the placenta is the only blood connection between the surrogate mother and fetus. The surrogate only carries the baby until birth. There will be an emotional connection between the surrogate mother and the fetus, but no biological connection.
Yes. Since in the process of surrogacy, the embryo is transferred to the uterus of the surrogate mother through IVF, the possibility of twins increases if more than one embryo is transferred. In addition, just like a normal pregnancy, the embryo can have a natural split in the uterus, resulting in identical twins. Studies show that IVF can slightly increase the chance of natural embryo splitting.
There are many reasons why people choose surrogacy: . Infertility issues such as frequent miscarriages make couples unable to conceive or stay pregnant. . Health issues prevent women from becoming pregnant or carrying a pregnancy to term. . Same-sex couples want to have children. It can be two men, but women also find this option attractive because one partner’s egg and embryo can be transferred and carried by the other. . Single people want to have biological children.
The success of the surrogacy method depends on many factors, including the quality of the eggs and the age of the person from whom the eggs are taken. The rate of miscarriage in 35-year-old mothers is 15%, 35-40 years old 20%, and over 40 years old up to about 40%. In addition, the health of the surrogate is critical to the success of the pregnancy. For this reason, having a history of successful pregnancy is one of the conditions for choosing the right person as a surrogate mother. Another factor that can be effective in the success of surrogacy is the skill of the treatment center and specialist doctor. Therefore, you should be more careful in choosing a treatment center and doctor.
The possibility of accepting a surrogate 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.
There are two types of surrogacy: gestational and traditional. Gestational surrogacy is a type of surrogacy in which the surrogate mother is not genetically related to the fetus due to not providing the egg used for fertilization. In this type of pregnancy, the eggs of the intended parents or donated eggs are used. The gestational surrogate carries the pregnancy and gives birth to the baby. This is the most common type of surrogacy. In most cases, at least one parent is genetically related to the child, but the carrier is not. This makes the process less complicated legally. Traditional surrogacy is when the carrier of the pregnancy is genetically related to the fetus. Their eggs are used to create pregnancy and they carry and give birth to the baby. And then, as the child’s biological parent, they must surrender parental rights to the intended parent (s). This kind of surrogacy has many legal complications.
. Surrogacy helps childless couples achieve their long-held dream of having a baby, which leads to family survival. This provides the basis for reducing the number of divorces and solving the problems of infertile couples. . This method helps women who do not have ovulation problems and have other fertility problems to get pregnant. . The baby produced by this method has all the characteristics of its parents genetically. Therefore, surrogacy is probably the most well-known family-building alternative to adoption. . Jurisprudentially, a child raised through surrogacy is considered legitimate. . One of the most important advantages of surrogacy is its affordable cost.
. The surrogate and her family, as well as the intended parents, may struggle with many emotional and psychological problems. . The possibility of financial, legal, and medical abuse in this method, which is claimed by the expansion of the brokerage market in this field, is not ruled out. . Society has not yet accepted this method, and many people are unaware of it. Therefore, there is no proper social view towards the surrogate mother.
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29 Responses

  1. Hello,
    I need some information about surrogacy. If you receive my email please reply me back so we proceed further communication.
    Regards
    Nadia

  2. Hi
    I want to be contact. I want to know price for regarding surrogacy. Would you please abswer me?

    1. hello dear dive, for more information about surrogacy in Iran you can contact us on WhatsApp. this is my whatsApp number +989019290946. thank you

  3. I want a second child. One of my children is a Muslim. I like him very much. I am in China. I hope to have a second Muslim child.My address is Lixia District, Jinan City, Shandong Province, China

  4. Salam,

    I am a male 40 years old we have struggled to have a child now we want to take our chances for the surrogacy can you please relate the approximate cost for surrogacy.

    Regards

    1. this procedure (surrogacy) is available by us at the best hospitals and clinics in Iran.
      as for the price you should know if you need IVF with Donor from us alongside with surrogacy the full package would cost 9000USD
      this price is for the start till the end of the procedure meaning from start till baby born.
      if you don’t need a donor or you bring donor from your own country the price will be 7500 to 8000 usd.

      1. Hello my name is maria and i would be interested in the surrogate program with a donated embryo and would like to know if the 9,000 was for that option also do u have a guaranteed surrogate program where u guarantee the baby if its thru a donor embryo if so would it still be the same price i am very interetested in this option and would also like to know what else would be required living in the usa to bring the baby after they are born and thank you in advance

    1. Both altruistic (unpaid) and commercial (paid) surrogacy is completely legal in Iran and foreigners can legally have Iranian surrogate mothers.
      Are you exploring your options for growing your family through surrogacy? Contact our consultant via Whatsapp number +98 922 176 2312 . It’s a free service.

  5. Hello i was interested in knowing more information for the surrogate program using a donor embryo transfer instead of using both egg n sperm donor i would like to know more about the process price and if its possible for an american to do it using an iranian surrogate with a donor embryo and thank you

  6. Hello my name is maria and i would be interested in the surrogate program with a donated embryo and would like to know if the 9,000 was for that option also do u have a guaranteed surrogate program where u guarantee the baby if its thru a donor embryo if so would it still be the same price i am very interetested in this option and would also like to know what else would be required living in the usa to bring the baby after they are born and thank you in advance

    1. Hi Ken
      The average cost of surrogacy in Iran is around $9,000 and the cost of Surrogacy with IVF and egg donation in Iran is around $ 13800 and the average cost of twin surrogacy in Iran is around $15500.
      For more information, please contact our consultant Sama Zandi on WhatsApp at +989221762312 , she will provide you with the information you need.

  7. SURROGACY:- COST OF A GUARANTEED PROCESS FOR A BABY BOY
    Hi there,
    My name is Raj and i am from the UK.
    My wife has conception issues and gone into pre-mature menopause!
    We need a surrogate mother and a donor egg.
    We want to have a baby boy!
    Is the gender selection option available!
    From which countries do you have egg donor? Do you have donor egg from Caucasians women ?
    Please provide me the cost for the above demand and all the procedure that we need to follow!
    Please contact using email and NOT phone.
    Kind regards
    Mr & Mrs Rajj
    England

    1. Dear Rajandra K Seewoosurran

      Iranian Surgery Company performs surrogacy and surrogate mother procedures. Pgd is also available. For more information regarding the cost, you should contact our colleagues in the IVF department, as the price depends on your conditions and needs: +98 922 176 2312. Finally, all our donors are Iranian, and you must be in Iran for one week when you choose your egg donor and three weeks when your child is born.

      With regards

  8. Hi
    We are a British Couple of Bangladeshi origin. We are now in Bangladesh and looking out for a Surrogacy arrangement. We just cam to know about facilities in Iran.
    Would be grateful if you kindly let me know how to proceed about a Surrogacy arrangement in Iran.

    1. Surrogacy in Iran is an option regardless of the country you come from. In fact, all couples from all over the world can come to Iran and have surrogacy. The rules for the departure of a child born in Iran are determined by the embassy of your country. We will share this information with you.
      The surrogacy process does not always have one style, and we need to ask you some questions. Questions like: Are you planning to use your egg, or are you looking for an egg donor? How old is your wife? How many years have you been married? Are the sperms fit to impregnate?
      If you want to use your eggs, you must be in Iran for 20 days so that the eggs are punctured, fertilized, and then the embryo is transferred to a surrogate mother. If you are thinking of egg doner, one week is enough to be in Iran.

    1. Dear Marie

      Please contact our IVF department for more information on WhatsApp:
      +989221762312 as the IVF process is very detailed.

      Thank you for your E-mail
      Iranian Surgery Admission Department of International Patients (ISADIP)

  9. Please can you email me your clinics full details and contact number via what’s app

    We are looking for a surrogate mother and surrogacy I will need an egg donor but can use my husband sperm – I am 52 Need to know know on how we get a surrogate and costs and what clinics can be recommended thanks

    1. Dear Shehneela
      Please get in touch with our infertility department for more information at WhatsApp: +989019290946
      We do have the surrogacy plan with egg donors

      Thank you for your E-mail
      Iranian Surgery Admission Department of International Patients

  10. PLEASE EMAIL ME FOR SURROGACY STEPS. WE HAVE OUR OWN FERTILIZED EMBRYOS AND WOULD LIKE TO KNOW IF YOU HAVE SERVICES TO TRANSFER EMBRYOS INTERNATIONALLY?
    REGARDS

    1. Hello Mustafa
      Thank you for contacting Iranian Surgery

      We offer surrogacy services in Iran. If you already have frozen embryos abroad and want to transfer them to our fertility clinic, you need to check and see what possible ways there are to transport the embryos to us safely with your own responsibility.
      Once the embryos reach us, we will officially start your fertility treatment.
      For more information and free consultation, you can contact our client consultation team on WhatsApp number: 00989019290946

      Sincerely

  11. Hello I am a black woman from UK I had to have a hysterectomy after having many fibroids. However I have my ovaries intact, can my eggs still be used.please. how to test if my eggs are still good.thanks.
    Best regards.

    1. Hello
      Thank you for contacting Iranian Surgery

      Yes it is possible to get a surrogate with donor sperm and your own eggs, but your case needs to be reviewed by our client consultation team so that we can provide you better guidance and information. We provide medical tourism services in Iran. Please contact us on WhatsApp number: 00989019290946

  12. Hi there ,

    I am an Australian interested in surrogacy with egg donor.

    What are the costs?
    How long does it take ?
    Have you performed the same procedure on an Australians in the past(worried about the baby passport post birth)?
    Is it easy to take the child back to australia?

    Thanks,
    Harsha

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29 Responses

  1. Hello,
    I need some information about surrogacy. If you receive my email please reply me back so we proceed further communication.
    Regards
    Nadia

  2. Hi
    I want to be contact. I want to know price for regarding surrogacy. Would you please abswer me?

    1. hello dear dive, for more information about surrogacy in Iran you can contact us on WhatsApp. this is my whatsApp number +989019290946. thank you

  3. I want a second child. One of my children is a Muslim. I like him very much. I am in China. I hope to have a second Muslim child.My address is Lixia District, Jinan City, Shandong Province, China

  4. Salam,

    I am a male 40 years old we have struggled to have a child now we want to take our chances for the surrogacy can you please relate the approximate cost for surrogacy.

    Regards

    1. this procedure (surrogacy) is available by us at the best hospitals and clinics in Iran.
      as for the price you should know if you need IVF with Donor from us alongside with surrogacy the full package would cost 9000USD
      this price is for the start till the end of the procedure meaning from start till baby born.
      if you don’t need a donor or you bring donor from your own country the price will be 7500 to 8000 usd.

      1. Hello my name is maria and i would be interested in the surrogate program with a donated embryo and would like to know if the 9,000 was for that option also do u have a guaranteed surrogate program where u guarantee the baby if its thru a donor embryo if so would it still be the same price i am very interetested in this option and would also like to know what else would be required living in the usa to bring the baby after they are born and thank you in advance

    1. Both altruistic (unpaid) and commercial (paid) surrogacy is completely legal in Iran and foreigners can legally have Iranian surrogate mothers.
      Are you exploring your options for growing your family through surrogacy? Contact our consultant via Whatsapp number +98 922 176 2312 . It’s a free service.

  5. Hello i was interested in knowing more information for the surrogate program using a donor embryo transfer instead of using both egg n sperm donor i would like to know more about the process price and if its possible for an american to do it using an iranian surrogate with a donor embryo and thank you

  6. Hello my name is maria and i would be interested in the surrogate program with a donated embryo and would like to know if the 9,000 was for that option also do u have a guaranteed surrogate program where u guarantee the baby if its thru a donor embryo if so would it still be the same price i am very interetested in this option and would also like to know what else would be required living in the usa to bring the baby after they are born and thank you in advance

    1. Hi Ken
      The average cost of surrogacy in Iran is around $9,000 and the cost of Surrogacy with IVF and egg donation in Iran is around $ 13800 and the average cost of twin surrogacy in Iran is around $15500.
      For more information, please contact our consultant Sama Zandi on WhatsApp at +989221762312 , she will provide you with the information you need.

  7. SURROGACY:- COST OF A GUARANTEED PROCESS FOR A BABY BOY
    Hi there,
    My name is Raj and i am from the UK.
    My wife has conception issues and gone into pre-mature menopause!
    We need a surrogate mother and a donor egg.
    We want to have a baby boy!
    Is the gender selection option available!
    From which countries do you have egg donor? Do you have donor egg from Caucasians women ?
    Please provide me the cost for the above demand and all the procedure that we need to follow!
    Please contact using email and NOT phone.
    Kind regards
    Mr & Mrs Rajj
    England

    1. Dear Rajandra K Seewoosurran

      Iranian Surgery Company performs surrogacy and surrogate mother procedures. Pgd is also available. For more information regarding the cost, you should contact our colleagues in the IVF department, as the price depends on your conditions and needs: +98 922 176 2312. Finally, all our donors are Iranian, and you must be in Iran for one week when you choose your egg donor and three weeks when your child is born.

      With regards

  8. Hi
    We are a British Couple of Bangladeshi origin. We are now in Bangladesh and looking out for a Surrogacy arrangement. We just cam to know about facilities in Iran.
    Would be grateful if you kindly let me know how to proceed about a Surrogacy arrangement in Iran.

    1. Surrogacy in Iran is an option regardless of the country you come from. In fact, all couples from all over the world can come to Iran and have surrogacy. The rules for the departure of a child born in Iran are determined by the embassy of your country. We will share this information with you.
      The surrogacy process does not always have one style, and we need to ask you some questions. Questions like: Are you planning to use your egg, or are you looking for an egg donor? How old is your wife? How many years have you been married? Are the sperms fit to impregnate?
      If you want to use your eggs, you must be in Iran for 20 days so that the eggs are punctured, fertilized, and then the embryo is transferred to a surrogate mother. If you are thinking of egg doner, one week is enough to be in Iran.

    1. Dear Marie

      Please contact our IVF department for more information on WhatsApp:
      +989221762312 as the IVF process is very detailed.

      Thank you for your E-mail
      Iranian Surgery Admission Department of International Patients (ISADIP)

  9. Please can you email me your clinics full details and contact number via what’s app

    We are looking for a surrogate mother and surrogacy I will need an egg donor but can use my husband sperm – I am 52 Need to know know on how we get a surrogate and costs and what clinics can be recommended thanks

    1. Dear Shehneela
      Please get in touch with our infertility department for more information at WhatsApp: +989019290946
      We do have the surrogacy plan with egg donors

      Thank you for your E-mail
      Iranian Surgery Admission Department of International Patients

  10. PLEASE EMAIL ME FOR SURROGACY STEPS. WE HAVE OUR OWN FERTILIZED EMBRYOS AND WOULD LIKE TO KNOW IF YOU HAVE SERVICES TO TRANSFER EMBRYOS INTERNATIONALLY?
    REGARDS

    1. Hello Mustafa
      Thank you for contacting Iranian Surgery

      We offer surrogacy services in Iran. If you already have frozen embryos abroad and want to transfer them to our fertility clinic, you need to check and see what possible ways there are to transport the embryos to us safely with your own responsibility.
      Once the embryos reach us, we will officially start your fertility treatment.
      For more information and free consultation, you can contact our client consultation team on WhatsApp number: 00989019290946

      Sincerely

  11. Hello I am a black woman from UK I had to have a hysterectomy after having many fibroids. However I have my ovaries intact, can my eggs still be used.please. how to test if my eggs are still good.thanks.
    Best regards.

    1. Hello
      Thank you for contacting Iranian Surgery

      Yes it is possible to get a surrogate with donor sperm and your own eggs, but your case needs to be reviewed by our client consultation team so that we can provide you better guidance and information. We provide medical tourism services in Iran. Please contact us on WhatsApp number: 00989019290946

  12. Hi there ,

    I am an Australian interested in surrogacy with egg donor.

    What are the costs?
    How long does it take ?
    Have you performed the same procedure on an Australians in the past(worried about the baby passport post birth)?
    Is it easy to take the child back to australia?

    Thanks,
    Harsha

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