by Sam Everingham
Posted on 2021-08-12 at 00:33:30
Hannah started her surrogacy journey when she was 40 after two natural miscarriages followed by ten failed IVF treatments where she and her husband tried with their own eggs, donor eggs and even a double donor – all negative cycles. Hannah started a search online and joined a Georgian Facebook surrogacy group to get an idea of different agencies and their reviews. She and her husband flew to Georgia in October 2019, signed contracts and left her sperm . Embryos with a Georgian donor were created in December 2019 and first transfer was in January 2020. The first embryo transfer worked and George was born in September 2020 at 37 weeks via c-section.
The Georgian Ministry of Foreign Affairs has confirmed it will be possible to provide permission for foreign citizens to enter Georgia during travel ban provided that their embassy contacts MFA Georgia with the following information: Intended Parents full name, Passport Number and copies of their passports. Name and registration number of the IVF clinic (for New Life […]
Surrogacy is regulated in most Australian states & territories. This means there is no uniform law nationally. Currently, there are no surrogacy laws in the northern territory, Victoria and South Australia have progressed significant reforms recently. Commercial surrogacy is illegal in Australia Only Altruistic surrogacy is permitted and the intended parents have to cover all […]
Giving Food to the hungry; Hope to the needy; Life to a baby Together keeping babies healthy as only breastmilk can. I am excited about being involved with Growing Families. I have already had the privilege of helping many intending mothers prepare for breastfeeding by assisting them induce lactation. It has been wonderful to support […]