by Sam Everingham
Posted on 2019-10-08 at 03:41:07
Having experienced multiple pregnancy loss herself, Iryna felt she couldn’t share her feelings with anybody and had no hope. Then she received a job offer from a big international agency to be a senior manager of surrogacy programs for foreign couples coming to Ukraine. After meeting her first clients, Iryna understood she was not alone and that people had survived much more waiting for their dreams to come true. What impressed and touched Iryna the most was her clients hope, positive thinking and kindness to others, in spite of all their sorrow. That was her inspiration to keep going, helping, learning and, of course, welcoming babies and seeing the happiness of their parents. She now runs her own agency.
______________________________________________________________________________ Preliminary studies from China show no evidence that if a surrogate was infected with Co-Vid-19 she would pass it on to the child she births. Additional Time Off Work for Your Surrogate Some intended parents may want their surrogate to take additional time off work or work from home. The former may incur significant […]
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