Carolina Rosen

by Sam everingham

Posted on 2017-05-26 at 06:58:20

Carolina is a 38-year old woman living in Stockholm with her husband and two daughters. Aged 18 Carolina was informed that she lacked a uterus. Therefore in 2012 she and her partner commenced surrogacy in India, leading to the birth of Nova.

Hoping for a second child, a freeze on surrogacy in India meant Carolina and her husband instead commenced with New Life in Tbilsi, Georgia in January 2016. Their baby girl, Nelly was born in January 2017. Carolina will discuss her experiences.


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