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Hannah Smith

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Posted on 2019-09-05 at 23:38:26


Hannah was born with MRKH, a condition which meant she had no womb to carry a child. Neither this, nor being single deterred her from her dream of parenthood. Hannah’s Adelaide cousin offered to carry but SA didnt allow single women to access surrogacy. So began a cross-border journey that ultimately led to the birth of daughter Imara in late June 2019. Hannah will share what she learned along the way and how to cope with the ups and downs.

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