We need to coordinate your menstrual periods initially, we need to have all your blood work and the screenings which we are requesting in Ukraine to be done and sent to us. We will check all of those. If everything is fine, also we need to have a GP clarification and confirmation that there are no risks for carrying the pregnancy or the contraindications for IVF. If this is all available, we will be able to assist in preparing the stimulation protocol. The protocol will be given to the patient, and if the patient has a treating physician who is ready to assist, we will be in touch with our doctor, our coordinator, and the doctor of the patient, and the patient herself. Four of us are coordinating the whole process, and we need to see how long we can coordinate this.
What can be performed in the facility in the home country, we decide when patients should come to Ukraine, for example, we also had a practice when clinics performed even egg retrievals for the patients, they fertilized their oocytes, they created zygotes, and those were transferred to Ukraine for further pronuclear transfers. When we are talking about a pronuclear transfer, you need to remember the scheme. We need to work with the pronuclear stage embryos to take the pronuclear from one oocyte and to put it into the cytoplasm of the donor oocyte, so this was done with some clinics by sending zygotes to Ukraine.