by Sam everingham
Posted on 2018-02-13 at 22:58:17
Due to ovarian cancer, Julie was not able to use her own eggs or carry a child. She joined Surrogacy UK with her hubby in 2011. Although Julie was on a wait list at Manchester Care for donor eggs, another SUK surrogate offered to donate eggs. Their first egg collection was successful, leading to the birth of a boy via surrogacy in 2014. However none of the remaining embryos survived so their same egg donor did a second egg collection. Their second son was born just before Christmas 2017 with the help of a second surrogate.
The issue of COVID-19 vaccine administration in pregnancy is a really contentious topic. Various professional organizations have offered guidance that has ranged from a strong endorsement of receiving vaccination to a more cautious stance. Evidence is showing that pregnant women are a high-risk category. What this means is if surrogates contract Covid and this develops […]
Each October scores of attendees come together in six different Australian capital cities – singles, couples, gay and heterosexual, some in their twenties, some in their fifties. They share a common goal – to create family with the help of yet unknown angels – donors and surrogates. It is these more complex journeys to parenthood […]
Planned single parenting used to be a trend only seen amongst single women using donor sperm. But in recent years, with the increasing popularity of surrogacy in Australia and abroad, more and more Single Men or Gay Males are opting to bring up children on their own. Surrogacy programs in countries without any surrogacy law […]