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Lauren Robertson

by Sam Everingham


Posted on 2022-05-26 at 01:12:49


Lauren is a Melbourne mum who successfully engaged in surrogacy in Canada after experiencing eight embryo transfers and four miscarriages in melbourne, linked to a gene mismatch. She and her partner shipped ten embryos to Canada and were matched with an Alberta surrogate.  The first embryo transfer took and their daughter Evie is nearly four years old.  Lauren talks about the process, the ups and downs and coping with the unexpected

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