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by Sam everingham


Posted on 2018-11-07 at 23:08:06


 

Surrogate Experiences

In the absence of agency support, Australian surrogacy can be tough on the surrogate and her own family, as well as intended parents. Hormones, family demands and endless appointments can affect everyone’s emotions. In this session surrogates share their own experiences of carrying altruistically.

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