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Jane Wilson

by Sam everingham


Posted on 2018-02-22 at 22:34:55


Jane lives in Bristol and joined Surrogacy UK back in 2005. A highly experienced surrogate, she has four children of her own and has undertaken four surrogacy journeys. Jane’s first surrogate journey used her own eggs and nine attempts at insemination over nine months before a baby boy was successfully conceived and born to a straight couple in London in February 2008. Determined to keep helping, her second surrobabe was a girl born to another straight couple from the New Forest in June 2010, conceived on the first attempt through traditional surrogacy. Jane went on to carry a sibling for this family, and birthed in September 2012. Her last surrogacy journey resulted a little boy born in  October 2014 for a couple in Nottinghamshire.

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